Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park offers a great variety of options for Backcountry skiing - mellow glades and meadows, high alpine traverses, and steep spring time descents are all available. Plus it is a short 1:15 drive from Boulder, avoiding I-70 traffic!


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Guide travel costs on a case by case basis

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Example Objectives/Trips: 

  • Intro to touring techniques and familiarize yourself with your gear while we chase powder or corn at Hidden Valley

  • Arc turns down Andrew’s Glacier on this 3000’ tour topping out on the Continental Divide

  • Chase powder on the north facing Dream Lake Chutes - 700’, 40 degree tree chutes

  • Ski any numerous steep couloir such as the Dragon Tail Couloir, Lambslide Couloir, Notchtop Couloir, or Mchenry’s notch couloir.

  • Ski from the summit of Long’s Peak the tallest peak in the front range


Getting there:

Rocky Mountain National Park is a short 1:15 drive from Boulder, and 1:45 from Denver. You will need a rental car to get to and from RMNP and it makes travel around the region much easier.


Accommodation :

I recommend you find accommodation in Denver, Boulder, or Estes Park (if you want to avoid the commute). There are numerous options and I can provide recommendations based on your budget and desires.