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100-Year Floods in Colorado

Water levels in the Rocky Mountain National Park region continue to rise as record-breaking rain falls in the region. Rocky Mountain National Park remains open, with some road closures within the park.
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UPDATE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13:

The park and Trail Ridge Road are open, though many of the park's trails and campgrounds remain closed. Learn more here

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UPDATE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13:

Rocky Mountain National Park is CLOSED to all recreational use. This includes backcountry, all trails, all picnic areas and campgrounds. Campers have been relocated outside of the park.

Residents in nearby Boulder, Colorado attempt to save an apartment building from flooding. 

Water levels in the Rocky Mountain National Park region continue to rise as record-breaking rain falls in the region. What experts are calling a 100-year flood has knocked out roads, entire houses, and more. Rocky Mountain National Park remains open, with some road closures within the park. Park officials are urging travelers to use caution, seek high ground, and only travel on roads when absolutely necessary.

Closed Roads in the park as of Friday, September 30:

-US 34 from Fall River Entrance to Deer Ridge Junction

-Old Fall River Road

-Bear Lake Road at the intersection to Moraine Park Visitor Center and Moraine Park Campground Road

-Cub Lake/Fern Lake Road at the Moraine Park Camground junction

-Wild Basin Road at Sandbeach Trail

-Twin Sisters Road from Highway 7

All campgrounds on the East side of the park are closed, and the backcountry office is canceling overnight permits for the east side of the park.

Trail Ridge Road is currently open, but park officials are warning there is the possibility of closures, and the road is littered with debris.

For updated road and park information in the park call 970-586-1206

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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.

Trail Ridge Road sign saying open for the season

When is Trail Ridge Road Open?

The road connects east & west sides of the park and is open from the end of May through October, weather permitting. It is closed in winter because of snow.