Yelp Review for the week – Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park, CO

This week we are going to see Yelp reviews of Rocky Mountain National Park, situated at 1000 Hwy 36, Estes Park, CO 80517. This living showcase of the grandeur of the Rocky Mountains, with elevations ranging from 8,000 feet in the wet, grassy valleys to 14,259 feet at the weather-ravaged top of Longs Peak, provides visitors with opportunities for countless breathtaking experiences and adventures.

Few of the top reviews are given below:

Jenna from Astoria, Queens, NY says, “I was totally blown away by Rocky Mountain National Park when I came here during a recent trip to the Denver area. It was quite a drive from the city, but it was so worth it. We started out in Estes Park and checked in with the visitor center, who provided us with maps and directed us to the visitor center for the park itself. It was a short but beautiful drive from Estes Park, and we were greeted by really helpful staff at the Beaver Mountain Visitor Center. Because it was so late in the season, there was limited hiking and trail access, but we were able to drive around the park and check out the sights from some of the pull-off points along the way. The views were incomparable, and I loved walking around near the boulders and waterfalls of the Aluvian Fan. Admission to the park is typically pretty steep, but we came here during a free weekend — bonus! I can imagine that the hiking here must be absolutely incredible and look forward to returning sometime during the summer or early fall to really get the most out of the experience.”

Ted from Denver, CO says, “Beautiful park! Probably third on my list of America’s Greatest Idea’s, after Yosemite and Yellowstone. Rocky Mountain National Park is just a magical place. I recommend taking old Falls Road up to the pass. Its one way, you can only go up, dirt, (we did see sedans on it) with plenty of places to pull over and check out the stream that the road follows or gaze up at the towering mountains. There are lots of people here but it is a national park, so just be prepared for that. This is of the best places to go if you want to get out in Nature with little to no planning. Just pull into one of the ranger stations and let them know what you would like to see and how strenuous hike you can do and they will give you several options. All of which will be magnificent. If there are a couple of you going make sure to switch who has to drive half way because you really can’t appreciate the park AND watch the road.”

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