Only one road crosses Rocky Mountain National Park
: US 34 between Grand Lake and Estes Park, a scenic journey of 47 miles that has a high point of 12,183 feet along Trail Ridge. Other access routes are US 36, Bear Lake Road and state highway 7, which runs south from Estes Park and passes two side roads, to the Longs Peak and Wild Basin trailheads.
For trail descriptions, see the listings for the east
of the park.
Map of Arapaho National Recreation Area
PDF format map of Rocky Mountain National Park
, from the National Park Service (2.1 mb)