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Monthly Archives: July 2015

Night Sky Festival and World Listening Day

Night Sky Festival and World Listening Day – July 16, 17 and 18    Experience the Milky Way in natural darkness in Rocky Mountain National Park with Rangers, educators and guides to help light your way. Three nights of free, family-friendly … Continue reading

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Leave No Trace – Outdoor Ethics

Everything we do, from planning and preparing before we arrive to packing out when we leave, protects and conserves RMNP and has a long-term positive impact just as everything counterintuitive to protection and preservation has long-term negative consequences.   One of the most important concepts of Outdoor … Continue reading

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Old Fall River Road Is Now Open!

Usually open from July 4 – early October, Old Fall River Road, a one-way historic dirt road built between 1913 and 1920, follows the steep slope of Mount Chapin’s south face for 9.4 miles.   Two years after the epic flood of September … Continue reading

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Flowers for Dessert

This handsome Bull is one of our regular visitors. We noticed he has a taste for flowers as he wandered into the flower bed under our sign and efficiently bit the heads off almost all of the newly planted marigolds. … Continue reading

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Rock the Rodeo!

Named the Outstanding Small Rodeo in the nation four years in a row, the Annual Rooftop Rodeo features Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) cowboys competing in saddle bronco riding, steer wrestling, tie-down roping, bareback bronco riding, barrel racing and bull … Continue reading

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