Rocky Mountain National Park

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Rocky Mountain National Park has 355 miles of hiking trails. They range from flat lakeside strolls to steep mountain peak climbs.

Source: National Park Service
Trail length: 355 miles
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  • Posted by JohnH on April 2, 2012
      

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    Reviews of Rocky Mountain National Park



    Reviewed by James Tracy on February 14, 2016

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    One of the best places in Colorado. Up in the motions for amazing views! There are many different trails to follow. I bet it would take a month to hike them all, if not longer.

    Really, it's a must visit. It's fairly popular, so don't expect solitude. The different trails vary in difficulty, so whether you are a new hiker or a veteran, it will have something for you.
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    Reviewed by Sarah Hikes on July 16, 2012

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    This park is a great place for hikers. It's a huge place and there are 6 different regions. You can hike anywhere from the alpine tundra to an open meadow. There are gorgeous views from almost everywhere in the park. Stop by one one of the 5 visitor centers and talk to a ranger to figure out which trails will be best suited for you.
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    Reviewed by Jeff Barber on June 29, 2012

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    Plenty of hiking trails to choose from here and you can drive to see much of the park. However, the views and trails in RMNP aren't all that different from the rest of Colorado - in fact you can find better places to hike in just about every part of the state!
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