Mountain Lion Caught On Tape In Rocky Mountain National ParkA sighting of a lifetime was caught on tape this morning in Rocky Mountain National Park, when a mountain lion stalked after a pair of coyotes.
BLM Considers Drilling Leases Near Rocky Mountain National ParkThe Bureau of Land Management is considering leasing nearly 28,000 acres of land for oil and gas drilling in the Granby area near the western entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park.
Visitor Misbehavior Abounds As U.S. Parks Agency Turns 100As National Parks celebrate 100 years, respect among visitors with wild animals is falling, including in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Smashed Windows, Purses Stolen From Vehicles At Rocky Mountain National ParkTwo vehicles were broken into while parked at Rocky Mountain National Park last weekend. Now park rangers hope someone saw the suspects.
Which National Parks Are Free In Colorado This WeekendThe National Park Service is celebrating its 100th birthday with a gift to you.
Coloradan Captures Great Video Of Moose Walking By CampsiteSome campers at Rocky Mountain National Park had a close encounter with Colorado wildlife over the weekend.
Rocky Mountain National Park To Repair Dam At Popular LakeCrews will repair and upgrade an aging dam at a popular lake in Rocky Mountain National Park next year.
Rocky Mountain National Park Asks You To Help Friends BehaveRocky Mountain National Park has released a list of tips for well-behaving guests to share with their poorly mannered friends.
Rocky Mountain National Park Underscores Campfire BanAmid high fire danger, officials at Rocky Mountain National Park are reminding visitors that campfires are banned in most of the park.
Rocky Mountain National Park's Old Fall River Road ReopensA scenic road that served as the original motor route into Rocky Mountain National Park's alpine tundra is set to reopen for vehicle use.
Woman Who Defaced Rocks At Rocky Mountain National Park Learns SentenceA woman found guilty in a rash of vandalism at national parks throughout the western United States has been sentenced.
Woman Pleads Guilty To Defacing Rocks At Rocky Mountain National Park, 6 OthersA San Diego woman who painted and drew on treasured natural rock formations at national parks across the West and shared her work on social media pleaded guilty Monday to defacing government property.

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