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Best natural attractions in Rocky Mountain National Park

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Natural attractions in Rocky Mountain National Park

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Sprague Lake , Rocky Mountain National Park
Sprague Lake is a scenic lake in Rocky Mountain National Park, located on the south side of Glacier Creek, about two miles south of the Hollo
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Alberta Falls , Rocky Mountain National Park
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Bear Lake , Rocky Mountain National Park
The second-largest natural freshwater lake in Colorado, Bear Lake has been nicknamed Caribbean of the Rockies because of the piercing turquoi
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Duration: 8 hours
Disconnect for a day and immerse yourself in the beauty and solitude of these majestic mountains in a comfortable van that has panoramic views for miles. Feel small against the vast, all-encompassing, mountains surrounding you as you take in Colorado’s 300 days of sunshine. Our guides are extremely experienced in the mountain environment. Safety is our number one priority, and last minute changes in itinerary may be necessary if we feel there are unsafe conditions. Any tour you take with us will be an unforgetable experience. Highlights- Small group tour - guarantees an intimate experience- Fantastic Views- Passionate guides- Comfortable and safe vans- Wildlife
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Water Body
Lily Lake , Rocky Mountain National Park
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Geologic Formation
Alluvial Fan , Rocky Mountain National Park
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Where to stay in Rocky Mountain National Park

Camping offers one of the best ways to immerse yourself in the nature of Rocky Mountain National Park. The park offers more than 500 individual sites spread out over five developed campgrounds, and wilderness camping expands your options even further. Many visitors stay in the eastside gateway town of Estes Park, where you can choose from lodges, resorts, economy motels, small inns, bed and breakfasts, and cabins. The town features a lake and views of the park's sharp peaks. On the park's western side, a handful of lodges, inns, cabins, and motels are clustered around Grand Lake and Shadow Mountain Lake. You'll also find campgrounds around Lake Granby.
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