hike the park

take in the scenery with the pros

Known for it's majestic mountains, gorgeous lakes, alpine meadows filled with wildflowers and breathtaking waterfalls, a hike through Rocky Mountain National Park is a truly unforgettable experience.

Make extraordinary memories while safely exploring the scenic high peaks of the Continental Divide with our principal guide service partner, Wildland Trekking, on a guided day hike today!

DAY HIKES INCLUDE: A professional guide, transportation from your hotel in Estes Park, National Park Entrance Fee, natural and cultural history interpretation, use of a backpack and trekking poles, snacks and a picnic lunch. Register online or call at 800-715-HIKE (4453).

Making sure you have a great experience is of utmost importance to all of us at the Estes Park Mountain Shop. We want you to be in awe of the majestic mountains, try something new or safely explore an old passion in a new land, and feel the rush of excitement wash over you as you plan your Rocky Mountain adventure. As such we confidently recommend Wildland Trekking for your hiking needs - as an experienced and premier provider in the industry, book your next hiking tour with confidence!

WHY WILDLAND WAS STARTED AND WHAT THEY STAND FOR

MORE THAN A DOZEN REASONS TO CHOOSE WILDLAND TREKKING

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highlights of your guided trip

Take in the magic of Rocky Mountain National Park  |  Wide variety of stunning mountain scenery  |  Stunning alpine lakes and meadows filled with wildflowers  |  Chance to see moose, elk, pika and other wildlife  |  Amazing natural history  | Wonderful waterfalls | Exceptional Certified Guides

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