Rocky Mountains

The Rocky Mountains are a mountain range in North America that span from the top of the province of British Columbia in Canada all the way down to New Mexico in the southwestern region of the U.S.—over 3,000 miles of mountains in all. Strap on your hiking boots and get that pack ready for more than 300 miles of hiking trails throughout the Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. It’ll be difficult to name the best part about glamping in the Rocky Mountains, often referred to as simply the Rockies. Is it the views? Is it the fresh mountain air? Is it splendid opportunity for alfresco activities of all kinds? You decide while on your trip luxury camping in the Rocky Mountains, whether you choose to take a scenic drive down Trail Ridge Road, hike the Emerald Lake Trail, snowshoe around Bear Lake, marvel in beauty of the Alberta Falls, or glide through the forest of the Wild Basin Area.