Fall Colors In RMNP

The autumn season in Rocky Mountain National Park brings an explosion of colors, including bright reds, yellows, and oranges. Inside Rocky Mountain National Park’s vast wilderness, there are more than 900 species of plants, including aspen trees which are especially colorful in the fall.

Prime time for viewing the leaves changing color typically falls between mid-September and early October, depending on the completely undependable Colorado weather. This often coincides with prime elk bugling time, making it one of the best times of the year to plan a visit to Rocky Mountain National Park.


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