The park offers 359 mi (578 km) of trail to hikers, backpackers and horseback riders. Difficulty levels range from the half mile wheelchair accessible jaunt around Bear Lake to the backbreaking ‘Mummy Kill’, recommended only for those with years of mountaineering experience or a death wish. A few of the most memorable hikes are listed below. ManyContinue reading “Hiking at Rocky Mountain National Park”
There are a huge number of day hikes available in the park, and since many visitors travel only to the most popular geyser basins these trails can provide an opportunity to see the park in a more natural setting.