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Rocky Mountain National Park Announces that Hazardous Fuels Reduction Projects Planned for the Fall 2023-Winter 2024 Season

Rocky Mountain National Park announces that hazardous fuels reduction projects are planned to take place in strategic locations this fall and winter season within Rocky Mountain National Park on and near Deer Mountain, as well as within the park boundary west of the Allenspark Trailhead.

Rocky Mountain National Park to Host a Weekend of Native Songs and Dances on Friday, September 8 through Sunday, September 10, 2023

Rocky Mountain National Park’s 2023 Indigenous Connections programming continues this Friday, September 8 through Sunday, September 10, 2023 with Native songs and dances performed by the award-winning singer-songwriter, Shelley Morningsong, and professional Native dancer and storyteller, Fabian Fantenelle.

Annual Meadow Closures in Rocky Mountain National Park in Effect Beginning September 1 for Elk Rut Season

Beginning on September 1, annual meadow closures go into effect in Rocky Mountain National Park to prevent the disturbance and harassment of elk during their fall mating season, also known as the elk rut.

Release Of Prospectus for Firewood Sales at Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park staff has announced the Prospectus Release for a business opportunity to provide seasonal firewood sales to eastside campgrounds within the park. The prospectus outlines this business opportunity for selling firewood in the campgrounds, describes the Contract, and provides details on how to submit a responsive proposal.

Recovery Efforts have been Completed in Rocky Mountain National Park for the Body of a 21-Year-Old Female who Took a 300-Foot Fall on the Flying Dutchman Couloir

On the morning of Monday, August 14, recovery efforts were completed in the Flying Dutchman couloir for the body of a 21-year-old female from Severance, Colorado.

Two Separate Incidents Occurred in Rocky Mountain National Park this Weekend

On Saturday afternoon, August 12, a 21-year-old female from Severance, Colorado died after an approximate 300-foot fall. A 25-year-old male from San Angelo, Texas also fell approximately 300 feet and suffered critical injuries. The two individuals fell while descending in the Flying Dutchman couloir. This couloir is located inside Rocky Mountain National Park between Longs Peak and Mount Meeker.

Fatality on Mount Ida Trail in Rocky Mountain National Park

On the afternoon of Monday, July 17, a 51-year-old male from Carencro, Louisiana was found unresponsive a little over one mile from the Mount Ida Trailhead by park visitors hiking in the area.

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