National Park Journal Magazine - Rocky Mountain Edition

Get the magazine that's all about the Rocky Mountains and journeys to the national park. Filled with tips on where to stay, where to hike, and where to stop on the way.
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Rocky Mountain Journal

National Park Journal Rocky Mountain edition

Get the annual National Park Journal, Rocky Mountain edition to discover six all-time favorite road trips to Rocky Mountain National Park. From Utah’s dazzling deserts, the adobe-lined streets of New Mexico’s charming towns, Wyoming’s authentic outposts and Colorado’s mountain towns, we feature all the amazing places to explore en route to the park, no matter where you begin your adventure. 

Plus our insider’s guide to the park includes our top things to do in Rocky Mountain National Park in 48 hours. Discover the best hiking trails, campsites and attractions in our magazine. Plus, our wildlife guide will help you discover the best of Rocky’s mammals, including tips on where to find them. 

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We’ve partnered with Zinio to make downloading our magazines easy and affordable. It's as easy as downloading the Zinio app to your Apple or Android phone or tablet, or downloading the desktop viewer onto your computer. Then purchase the magazines you want to view. We produce four annually covering Rocky Mountain, Grand Canyon, Yellowstone and Yosemite national parks.

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Buy Four Digital Magazines in One

It’s also available electronically as part of a four-magazine National Park Journal subscription covering Grand Canyon, Rocky Mountain, Yellowstone and Yosemite national parks on Kindle, Nook and iPad. Find it on or the Apple app store. 

Buy the Paper Magazine

The National Park Journal, Rocky Mountain edition is available for sale on newsstands across the country, including Barnes and Nobles bookstores.

We are working on putting the magazine on Amazon right now. We can't wait to hit the Amazon newsstand.



Rocky Mountain National Park Flooding

The rain in Rocky Mountain National Park and the surrounding areas just keeps coming. And with flood warnings in effect all along the Front Range, Rocky Mountain National Park has been closed to all recreational use.