Ever wanted to go out and enjoy yourself outdoors but the weather conditions at the time of the year aren’t favorable? Rocky Mountain National Park has a wide variety of recreational activities that one could engage in specifically suited for different times of the year be it summer or winter.
During the summer one can engage in rock climbing and mountaineering at Lumpy Ridge, Hallett Peak and also using the Keyhole Route one can access Longs Peak which is the highest peak in the Park. Different levels of hikers can also be accommodated as the park has different trails ranging from mountain trails for the experienced hikers to paved paths trails that are easy to navigate.
During winter, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing are allowed but only at the edges of the park as most parts of The Trail Ridge Road are always closed due to heavy snow. Also as the snow season subsides and there is less risk of avalanches, one can climb up one of the higher slopes and engage in snowboarding and Telemark skiing.