Rocky Mountain National Park 1957 USGS Map
Brand Muir Way
USGS Topographic Map of Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado from 1957 (Reproduction). It is a quadrant map which shows an area of land and includes a portion of the park.
Rocky Mountain National Park encompasses over 265,000 acres on Colorado's northern Front Range. It was established in 1915 and has been expanded many times over the years. The park has 72 peaks over 12,000 feet with its highest elevation at 14,259 on Longs Peak. It is also home to the popular Trail Ridge Road which reaches a height of 12,183 feet with large stretches over treeline. The park is full of trails, lakes, and rivers for fishing, hiking and backpacking, and of course it is known for its rock climbing.
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