10 fun facts about Rocky Mountain National Park

Area - 415 sq miles (1,075 square kilometers) Rocky Mountain National Park is the largest National Park in the state of Colorado.

In 2022, Rocky Mountain National Park was the 4th most visited National Park in the US. Visitors - 4.3 million

Trail Ridge Road, the highest continuous paved road in North America, crosses the Rocky Mountain National Park.

Coyote, American Black bear, Bighorn sheep, Beaver, Elk, Puma are some of the large mammals in the National Park.

Established  January 26, 1915

Rocky Mountain National Park provides a safe home to over 270 species of local and migratory birds.

There are no Grizzly bears in Rocky Mountain National Park.

Highest mountain inside the National park Longs Peak - 14,259 ft (4,346 meters)

A large portion of the National Park is above 10,000 ft (3,050 meters).

Famous Hikes Bear Lake Hike Alberta Falls Trail Alpine Ridge Trail Emerald Lake Trail Flattop Mountain Trail

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