Dredging up this place called my second home, Colorado, a flashback of our tour in the park. Rocky Mountain National Park, is one of the four national parks here in Colorado. So far, this is the first national park we've visited since it's easier to get to and there are some tour companies available for your convenience.

We've visited twice in 2015, during the summer and fall seasons, when they celebrated the 100th year anniversary since it was established on January 26, 1915. 

The park is situated between the towns of Estes Park to the east and Grand Lake to the west. First, during the summer we tried the tour company in Estes Park, riding this vehicle. It was a little bit scary since it was open half way, but we had so much fun.

Trail Ridge Road
The grass is greener during summer.

Along the way, we had an opportunity to take a snap of these wild animals.

Panoramic view of the park at Alpine Visitor Center
And some shots from our fall visit in the park using a different tour company. This time on the west side of the park starting at Berthoud Pass all the way to the Grand Lake.

Lake Grandby

After we spent our lunch in Grand Lake, we headed to the Alpine Visitor Center. 

A view from the top (elevation 12,005 feet) the quaint landscape of the park, overlooking the Alpine Visitor Center and the popular Trail Ridge Road. 

If you have a plan to visit here in Colorado, I would humbly recommend this park to add in your bucket list. 

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