A new webcam has been installed at the Alpine Visitor Center in Rocky Mountain National Park. The facility is located at 11,796 feet and is the highest visitor center in the National Park System. It’s on Trail Ridge Road, the highest continuous paved road in the United States.
This webcam faces east, highlighting the park’s alpine tundra, a section of Old Fall River Road, Mount Chiquita, Mount Chapin and Sundance Mountain. The webcam will only be operational during the summer due to extremely high winds in the winter.
The park has three other webcams, which highlight Longs Peak, the Continental Divide and the Kawuneeche Valley.
All four webcams can be accessed from the “More Information” link below.