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Many Parks Curve Overlook Colorado

Many Parks Curve Overlook in Trail Ridge Road

Many Parks Curve Overlook, is sitting on the edge of a hairpin turn at 9,691 feet elevation, Many Parks Curve on Trail Ridge Road offers stunning panoramic view and an amazing views of Horseshoe Park, Moraine Park, and Estes Park below Mummy Range, the Fall River Pass, Bighorn Mountain, Deer Mountain, and Longs Peak, the highest mountain in Rocky Mountain National Park.

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Unique features of Trail Ridge Road Colorado:

·        Trail Ridge Road is the highest paved road in the US.

·        Trail Ridge Road is a stretch of US Highway 34 that passes through Rocky Mountain National Park, connecting the town of Grand Lake in Grand County and the town of Estes Park in Larimer County, Colorado.

·        Also known as the Beaver Meadow National Scenic Byway, Trail Ridge Road runs from Deer Ridge Junction (US HWY 36 and US HWY 34) on the east side of the park to the Colorado River Trailhead on the western side of the park and snow forces its closure from mid-October to June

·        The two-lane, 48 mile, paved road crosses the Continental Divide at Milner Pass and reaches a maximum elevation of 12,183 feet near Fall River Pass.

·        Trail Ridge Road, the highest continuous road in the United States, was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.

·        Main attraction to stop by on Trail Ridge Road includes, the Holzwarth Historic Site, Farview Curve Overlook, Milner Pass and Lake Poudre, Medicine Bow Curve Overlook, the Alpine Visitor Center, Gore Range Overlook, Lava Cliffs Overlook, Rock Cut Overlook, Forest Canyon Overlook, Rainbow Curve Overlook, and the Hidden Valley Beaver Ponds Boardwalk.


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Many Parks Curve Overlook Trail Ridge Road

Many Parks Curve Overlook, is just above Deer Ridge Junction, is the first scenic viewpoint on Trail Ridge Road when traveling from Estes Park and the eastern Beaver Meadows Entrance Station and the last when traveling from Grand Lake. The parking area is small at the bottom of Many Parks Curve for those traveling downhill and a larger parking area across the street from the top of the vista point for those traveling uphill.

Many Parks Curve is also the end of the line when Trail Ridge Road is closed for the winter, usually sometime in October.

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