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Rocky Mountain National Park from Trail Ridge Road
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How is Rocky Mountain National Park Connected to Greeley?

The next History Brown Bag will be on Thursday, March 27th, at which University of Northern Colorado History Professor Dr. Michael Welsh will speak about the Environmental History of Rocky Mountain National Park and its Connections to Greeley.

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Rocky Mountain National Park Will Reopen This Saturday [Oct. 10, 2013]

Rocky Mountain National Park has been shut down because of the federal governments shutdown, but today Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper announced the park will reopen tomorrow. The good news is the park will be open, the not-so-good news is that it will have to be paid for by Colorado taxpayers.

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Photo courtesy of Sheriff Justin Smith
Photo courtesy of Sheriff Justin Smith
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Government Shutdown Closes One of the 2 Roads into Estes Park

Rocky Mountain National Park has closed Trail Ridge Road after Congress failed to fund the federal government

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Snow Is Deep On Trail Ridge Road

Crews are working to open Trail Ridge Road for the summer tourism season.

As of last week, there was 16 feet of snow at Upper Hidden Valley; 17.5 feet at Rainbow Curve and 18.5 feet just west of Rock Cut.

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Rocky Mountain National Park
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Rocky Mountain National Park – Colorado Trip Advice [Guide]

Massive mountain peaks are what Rocky Mountain National Park is known for, but alpine flowers, clear lakes, mountain rivers and streams, and impressive forests are all part of the magic. The amazing wildlife is one of the biggest reasons that over 3 million people visit the park every year.

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Watch This Bear Rolling in the Snow in Rocky Mountain National Park [Video]

The black bear was spotted at Cub Lake.

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Why Do We Treat Animals Better Than Humans? Good Question! [VIDEO]

I ran across this article this morning on Facebook and it made me think of this whole "welfare" and "food stamp" issue in a much different light. I hope you'll read my story but the moral of it is Be The Bear.!

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Wildfire Buring Near Estes Park In Rocky Mountain National Park (Fern Lake Fire)

A new wildfire is spewing smoke in Rocky Mountain National Park, near Estes Park, Colorado. According to the Coloradoan, air support was called to help contain the fire this afternoon.

At 6pm, Rocky Mountain National Park tweeted that the fire has grown to over 300 acres and is heading north toward the Ute trail.

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Rocky Mountain National Park Lifts Fire Ban

Rain really is a good thing for more reasons than one. One of those reasons is we can now go camping and responsibly use a campfire again in Rocky Mountain National Park. The park banned all campfires last month because of the threat of wildfires in Colorado, but as of yesterday lifted part of that ban.

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My Free Day in Rocky Mountain National Park [Picture Gallery]

Too often I take for granted that we live in one of the most beautiful places in the world. Saturday was a perfect, stunning, sunshiny day! I was standing on Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park next to a gentleman from Mississippi who said, "This is breathtaking. It's a once in a lifetime experience!" I didn't have the heart to tell him that I lived just a little over an hour away.

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Keyboard of the Winds in Rocky Mountain National Park
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Rocky Mountain National Park Free This Weekend – National Park Week

One of the greatest things about living in Colorado is our national parks. Taking a day to drive up through Estes Park and hitting Rocky Mountain National Park is not only a treat for your all your senses, it can actually fill your soul. You can get into Rocky Mountain National Park this weekend for free!  Grab the gang and head up the mountain and see what I am talking about. I will be bugling in Estes this weekend. Listen for my call.

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Todd in Rocky Mountain National Park
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Why Don’t We Visit Estes Park More?

Estes Park is just about an hour or so away for most of us! So why don't we visit more?  It is one of the most beautiful spots on earth, but my wife and I (Todd Harding) only go when when have visitors from out of town!

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