Rocky Mountain National Park and the surrounding area is a great location for hikers. More than 400 miles of trails provide access to remote areas so you can escape the crowds and savor the streams, meadows, and mountain

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Top 10 Easy Hikes in Rocky Mountain National Park

Name Distance (one-way) Elevation Gain Trailhead
Bear Lake .5 20’ Bear Lake
Alberta Falls .8 160’ Glacier Gorge Junction
Emerald Lake (includes Nymph and Dream lakes) 1.8 605’ Bear Lake
Sprague Lake .9 10’ Sprague Lake
The Pool 1.7 245’ Fern Lake
Tundra Communities Trail 1.1 175’ Rock Cut
Lily Lake .8 10’ Lily Lake
Cascade Falls 3.4 300’ North Inlet (west side)
Coyote Valley .5 0’ Coyote Valley (west side)
Adams Falls .3 79’ East Inlet (west side)

A great deal is $40 for an annual RMNP pass.  If you’ll be coming back for more than one week, it makes good sense and helps support the Park.  Buy your pass at any entrance station, online, or by phone at 970-586-1206.

Come hike in Rocky Mountain National Park – get outdoors and enjoy the scenery!  The Park is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.