Although very frustrating to the traveler and adventure seeker this month, it didn’t take too long for Rocky Mountain
National Park to open
back up amidst the government shut down.
It’s a good thing too, because fall is one of the prime seasons to
observe some of the many wildlife that’s abundant in the park. This time of year is when many animals move to lower
elevations to prepare for those cold winter months. In October, you’ll be sure to see and hear the
amazing elk as they gather in low meadows and bulls bugle as they form harems
of cows. If you’ve never witnessed this extraordinary
site, you should definitely take a trip out.
You can drive to the west entrance of the park through Grand County’s
own Grand Lake and maybe even catch some last
minute colors surrounding the area’s lakes.
It’s only about 45 minutes from down town Winter Park. Get outside and play!
Author:Lisa Leclair Waldorf Phone: 970-531-1608 Dated: October 14th 2013 Views: 1,953 About Lisa: Realtor Since: 1999
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