Rocky Mountain Peaks and Ranges

No matter how much we write there is no way to name all the peaks, mountain ranges, valleys, cliffs, and glaciers in Colorado and Rocky Mountain National Park. If you’re planning to visit Rocky Mountain National Park, then make sure to check out the Mummy Range in the north end of the park. Also don’t miss snagging a few views of the Never Summer Mountains on the Park’s western border.


10 FAQs About Hiking to the Summit of Longs Peak in RMNP

10 frequently asked questions about Longs Peak – Where is the trailhead? How long does it take? What are the biggest risks? When is the best time to hike? Read More...

Hikers at the top of Deer Mountain Trail. Photo by Gloria Wadzinski

3-Mile Trail to Deer Mountain Peak

There are gorgeous views all the way along the trail and a 300-degree view as your reward for reaching the top. Read More...


Colorado Mountain Peaks & Ranges

With numerous activities, and 300 days of sunshine, Colorado is a mountain lovers dream. Read More...


Hike to the Top of Longs Peak

Dominating the skyline, and topping out at 14,259 feet, Longs Peak is the ultimate adventure for enthusiastic hikers. Read More...

Mummy Range, Rocky Mountain Park

Mountains in Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park has a very violent history. Read More...

Never Summer Mountains (Photo by Kim Phillips)

Never Summer Mountains Formed by Volcano

Discover how the Never Summer Mountains on the west side of Rocky Mountain National Park were formed by a volcano. Read More...