Trail Ridge Road, Rocky Mountain
Deer Ridge Junction
From the Beaver Meadows entrance, the road runs by way of Deer Ridge to the Many Parks Curve.At Deer Ridge Junction, there is a trailhead for a six mile round trip hike up Deer Mountain, climbing 1,083 feet to views of the park.
Forest Canyon Overlook
Forest Canyon Overlook is a viewpoint on a wooded gorge carved out by the Big Thompson River.
From the Rock Cut, some miles northwest of Forest Canyon Overlook, there is a magnificent view of the Mummy Range, which strikes in a northeasterly direction, with Ypsilon Mountain (13,514ft/4,119m).
The High Point (12,182ft/3,713m) is, as its name indicates, the highest point on Trail Ridge Road.
Fall River Pass
Fall River Pass is a mountain pass on the Trail Ridge Road and at the end of the Fall River Road. The Alpine Visitor Center, one of five visitor centers for the National Park, is located at the pass.
Beyond the Fall River Pass the Trail Ridge Road turns southwest to cross the Continental Divide at Milner Pass (10,758ft/3,279m).
Beyond Milner Pass the Trail Ridge Road runs down, with many bends, into Phantom Valley, through which flows a source stream of the Colorado River.
Kawuneeche Visitor Center
Never Summer Ranch
Colorado River Trailhead
From the Colorado River Trailhead on the Trail Ridge Road, there is a 7.4 mile round trip hike to the site of Lulu City.
Park Headquarters Visitor Center
The Park Headquarters Visitor Center at Rocky Mountain National Park is located just outside of Estes Park, en route to the Trail Ridge Road.