Colorado Rocky Mountains Madison Rogers

Drone footage of the beautiful Colorado Rocky Mountains

Stretching between the United States and Canada, the Rocky Mountain Range rises over 14,000 feet into the sky. Drawing guests from around the world who wish to climb its peaks, study its wildlife or take in its views. National parks in both the US and Canada protect the area so that guests can continue to appreciate its amazing landscape.

Map of Rocky Mountains

Animal Life

The animals found in the Rocky Mountains vary from location to location because of how large it is. There are 66 mammals species that get to call the Rocky Mountains their home. Black bears, coyotes, elk, marmots, mountain lions, bighorn sheep and moose also live in Rocky Mountain National Park.


The Rocky Mountain Range actually represents a series of more than 100 separate mountain ranges, rather than one uninterrupted mountain chain. These ranges stretch through New Mexico, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Utah and Colorado, and also extend into British Columbia and Alberta, Canada. The entire series of mountain ranges measures approximately 3,000 miles.

Rocky Mountain Wilderness

National Parks

Because of the vast expanse covered by the Rocky Mountain Range, it holds several national parks. On the Canadian side, Banff, Kootenay, Yoho and Jasper National Parks protect the landscape and wildlife of the Rocky Mountains. Canada also has three provincial parks, Mount Robson, Mount Assiniboine and Hamber, along the Rockies. On the US side, the Rocky Mountain National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, Glacier National Park and the Royal Gorge Park, among others, all give guests the opportunity to explore the Rockies.

Banff National Park

Jasper National Park

Yellowstone National Park

Glacier National Park


  • Inside Rocky Mountain National Park, there are 5 campgrounds, with 585 campsites.
  • Rocky Mountain National Park averages around 3 million visitors a year.
  • Roughly 355 miles of trails are maintained for hiking within Rocky Mountain National Park.
  • The park contains 450 miles of streams and 156 lakes. Only 48 of the 156 lakes contain trout populations, as cold water temperatures and lack of spawning habitat prevent populations from sustaining in many of the higher elevation lakes.
  • Longs Peak is the tallest mountain in the park, with peak elevation of 14, 259 feet.

My experiences in Wonderful Colorado

I took these photos in Durango Colorado, Sandbeach Lake, Colorado and Rocky Mountain National Park.
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