A new webcam at the Rocky Mountains National Park means that anyone can see yet another one of the many fantastic views the mountain range has to offer.
The Rocky Mountains are spread over an area of more than 3,000 miles, from British Columbia in western Canada, all the way to New Mexico in the south-western of the US. The ranges’ peak at Mount Elbert reaches 4,400 metres high.
The webcam has been installed at the Alpine Visitor Center. The centre is 3,595 metres up – that makes it the highest visitor centre of all US National Park visitor centres. It provides a view Mount Chiquita, Mount Chapin, and part of the Old Fall River Road.
The new webcam is added to the three other Rocky Mountains webcams already available. The older webcams already showed Kawuneeche Valley, Continental Divide, and Longs Peak.
You can check out all the Rocky Mountains webcams here.