Rocky Mountain National Park – Medicine Bow Curve

Medicine Bow Curve was just a quick stop at the side of the Trail Ridge Road and a short walk. Fun fact– Trail Ridge Road is the highest continuous road in the U.S. and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.

We were heading further into the park and going up in elevation– 11,460 feet at that point. From here, there were great views of the Medicine Bow Mountain Range, now known as Never Summer Mountains. It might not be clear in the pictures but it was very windy!

I’m not sure how long the trail went on, but I walked a total of roughly 0.7 miles (out-and-back).


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