Since its construction in 1932, Trail Ridge Road has offered breathtaking views, spectacular wildlife sightings and a variety of natural wonders.
With its highest elevation at 12,183 feet, it is one of the highest paved roads in Colorado. Spanning the 48 miles between Estes Park and Grand Lake, Trail Ridge Road covers a variety of landscapes, from forest to tundra. Watch elk and moose graze peacefully on wild grasses. Behold the majesty of the Rocky Mountains rising up on all sides.
With views, wildlife and plantlife, this natural wonder is the best way to enjoy Colorado at its highest!
– Mia Prahlad, SLJ 100 Communications