This is the second of two posts on Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. Make sure and check out the first part, where I cover some logistics, along with things to do on the popular east side of the park. This post will take you over to the west side on your one-way tour, entering via Estes Park and exiting through Grand Lake. You could also do it the opposite way of course.
Trail Ridge Road
Trail Ridge Road is a famous highway that traverses a high ridge over the Continental Divide. Local American Indian tribe, the Utes & Arapahos, maintained a foot-trail near where the highway now runs. They accessed hunting grounds on the Great Plains, where those big mammals you now see…
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