ESTES PARK, Colo. (KDVR) — Beautiful spring temperatures entice visitors from across the nation and the world to seek the wonder of Rocky Mountain National Park.
“I can just wear a T-shirt and there’s snow out,” said one visitor from California.
While some are happy to stay in their cars while viewing majestic mountains and astonishing wildlife, others aim to hike on snowy pathways through the forest.
“The contrast between seeing the lake and the snow was so beautiful,” said one enthusiastic hiker visiting from Virginia.
Park officials tell FOX31 that recent storms have left Bear Lake trails with five to six feet of snow. Hikers are advised to come prepared with the right equipment.
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