Sunday, September 25, 2022

You no longer need a reservation to visit Rocky Mountain National Park

Those who wish to visit Rocky Mountain National Park during the rest of the fall and winter no longer need a reservation to do so.

12, visitors can simply head to one of the park’s gates and pay an entrance fee to access 415 square miles of forest and alpine tundra. A day pass costs $25 per car or motorcycle.

The park, one of the country’s most trafficked national parks, began requiring time-bound reservations for entry in 2020 to limit the number of people visiting daily during the pandemic. This year the system was restored during the peak months (May 28 to October 11) and the authorities have considered making reservation a permanent requirement.

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Rocky Mountain National Park saw record visits in 2019, welcoming more than 4.6 million people—more than Yellowstone National Park, Yosemite National Park and Zion National Park in the same year, according to the National Park Service. In 2020, this dropped to about 3.3 million people.

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