Happy 100th Birthday: Rocky Mountain National Park

“It is good to have an end to journey toward; but it is the journey that matters, in the end.” -Ernest Hemingway


This week marks the 100th anniversary of the spectacular Rocky Mountain Park in Colorado. Only an hour up from our house, we head up there as often as possible, which usually amounts to about twice a month. In any month, the park is astounding, but it is particularly peaceful this time of year, when the snow begins to pile up and the trails become white ribbons cutting through the forest, fields and alpine tundra. Here, in honor of the park, I have thrown together a few photos from each season.

Bear Lake

Ute Trail, alpine tundra

Beaver Meadows

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Horseshoe Park

Fern Lake Trail

Moraine Park

Fern Lake Trail

Dream Lake
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Bear Lake Road
Long’s Peak Trail
RM3 (1 of 1)
Winter view from Deer Mountain



7 thoughts on “Happy 100th Birthday: Rocky Mountain National Park

  1. Amazing once again! I love looking forward to another one of your blogposts everyday. It’s everything my wanderlust desires 🙂 it must be so amazing to live near places like that.

    1. Thank you so much for your kind words-I really do appreciate hearing that! Yes, Colorado is truly amazing and I feel blessed to live here.

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