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Rocky Mountain National Park and Estes Park Tour from Denver
$129.00 per adult
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Rocky Mountain National Park in Summer Tour from Denver
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Old Fall River Rd About 3 Mi West of the Fall River Entrance Station, Rocky Mountain National Park, CO
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Discover Rocky Mountain National Park from Denver or Boulder
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Discover Rocky Mountain National Park from Denver or Boulder

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Explore the Rocky Mountain National Park on this all-day trip from Denver or Boulder. Discover the rugged scenery of the Colorado mountains as you weave through small towns and travel over alpine passes. Be on the lookout for wildlife such as elk, black bears, and moose. Inside the park, you’ll have the chance to take short hikes or simply relax.
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Cheryl J wrote a review Aug 2020
Silver Cliff, Colorado228 contributions21 helpful votes
Interesting to see all the boulders that were washed down by the flood some years ago. Kids love to clime on them. Lots of cute little chipmunks running around.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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fv1989 wrote a review Jul 2020
Windsor, Colorado16,836 contributions95 helpful votes
RMNP just posted a press release that major trail work at the Alluvial Fan and Horseshoe Falls will require closing this area beginning on July 27 through September 24, 2020. This area will be closed on weekdays and weekends. Materials and equipment will take up most of the parking on the west side, and the east side parking lot will be closed. The west side parking area will be further limited in September due to an exclosure fence project. This is such a popular area. The planning and trail work has been ongoing and is needed to repair damage and replace trails and the bridge that were destroyed in the September 2013 flood. It is amazing to realize that such a beautiful area was created by and reshaped by devastating floods in 1982 and 2013. I still feel the area was even more beautiful before the 2013 flood. It will be interesting to see the changes when all the trail work is complete. The Google map location shown for the Alluvial Fan area on this TA listing is in the wrong place. I have reported and tried to get that corrected to no avail.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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chelsealynne wrote a review Jun 2020
Pensacola, Florida850 contributions264 helpful votes
This was a very short hike to a lovely waterfall. Simply beautiful! The trail wasn’t busy at all late afternoon. My mom and I preferred this to Adams Falls.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Justin I wrote a review Jun 2020
Omaha, Nebraska81 contributions5 helpful votes
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Great waterfall with a very short hike from the east parking lot. The kids loved climbing over the rocks and begged to go back! The photos don’t do the falls justice. Go see it with your own eyes! It’s pretty awesome!
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Date of experience: June 2020
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MelissaL0715 wrote a review Mar 2020
Tampa, Florida575 contributions127 helpful votes
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We visited these falls while on our “winter in the park” tour. We parked and only had a 5-7 minute walk to visit the falls. Beautiful photo ops along the way and the walk was quite simple. Not difficult if you are not a hiker. Definitely worth a stop if you were going through Rocky Mountains National Park.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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