Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park

Preservation of Rocky Mountain

Leave No Trace

Leave No Trace is a national program that promotes and inspires responsible outdoor recreation and stewardship of America's public lands. The National Park Service is a cooperating partner in this program, along with other federal land management agencies. You can help minimize impacts to the natural resources and social ...

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Preserve the Park

Until 1915, when Congress voted to establish this area as a national park, the area's valleys had been threatened by agricultural development, its wildlife endangered by hunting and its hills, mountains and forests distressed by mining and logging.  It would be wonderful if that simple act had been all that ...

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What You Can Do

As strange as it may seem, not feeding animals in the park greatly protects their welfare. When wild animals become dependent on humans for food, they lose their ability to forage and cease to be part of the balance of nature. The animals lose their ability to fend for ...

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