Who's ready to head out of quarantine and into the wilderness?

After a wild 2020, we're ready to camp again in 2021, and Rocky Mountain National Park is excited to have you back. In a press release on January 21, RMNP said that wilderness camping reservations may resume, just not in person: wilderness camping requests will be taken online only beginning March 1 of this year.

You can find the reservation link right here. According to RMNP staff:

 

 Park staff will continue to assess wilderness backcountry site availability this year due to fire impacts from 2020.  There will be less campsite availability this year in areas that were burned or sites that are accessed through burn areas.

Wilderness camping permits really help you to enjoy the wildness of Colorado's backcountry, but definitely requires some beforehand planning. You can head to RMNP's website to learn more about wilderness camping and 2021 reservations.

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