"Just like when it rained ash" Rocky Mountain National Park Warnings Or Dangers Tip by caffeine_induced78
Rocky Mountain National Park Warnings and Dangers: 23 reviews and 16 photos
It's going to be a bad Summer. I will tell you this already. Late April and the winter has been very dry, adding to a series of drought years over Colorado. It gives myself - a child of the western US an uneasy feeling in my stomach when I think about it.
It's going to be like the Summer of 2002 I say. That's the year when a fire close to Denver created ash that started falling on the city, dusting the cars. Things don't look any better for this summer. If you are coming out to Colorado this year and have your heart set on visiting Rocky Mountain NP be prepared for the chance that it might be closed during your stay due to a forest fire.
The only way you could get in is if you are a firefighter. Trust me - you don't want to spend your vacation time searching for hotspots and building firelines for 20 hours a day.
Those men and women are tough in a way few of us know.
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