Colorado’s National Forests and Rocky Mountain National Park offer grand vistas with a variety of life zones and snow-capped mountain ranges towering above 14,000 feet above sea level. 

The Rocky Mountain National Park is a grand showcase of scenic mountain vistas in a variety of eco-zones that range from 8,000 feet to the top of Long’s Peak at 14,259 feet.  Painter Albert Bierstadt began creating paintings that must have looked surreal to the people in the East in the second half of the 1800’s.  Photographers soon followed and have long since made the grandeur of the Rocky Mountains one of their favorite subjects.

Among the many locations to choose from are: 

  • Rocky Mountain National Park
  • Indian Peaks Wilderness Area
    • Diamond Lake
    • Fourth of July Mining Camp
  • Boulder Area
  • Arapahoe National Forest
  • Roosevelt National Forest
  • Southwest Colorado
    • Crested Butte
    • Maroon Lake
    • Kebler Pass
    • Ridgeway
    • Telluride