1. Bag Longs This Year!

    You can see it at sunrise for miles, standing next to irrigated fields of beans and sugar beets on the eastern plains. When the sun strikes the eastern horizon, its rays fall upon a diamond shaped wall scratched into the east facing buttress of the gorgeous Longs Peak. Somewhere up on the mountain, …Read More

  2. Training For Longs Peak

    One of the biggest bucket list items in most Coloradans minds is the northern peak that is visible way out onto the plains, Longs Peak. The most imposing mountain on the Northern Front Range is renowned, not only for its difficulty, but the massive reward of standing atop a western icon. Located in …Read More

  3. Experience the Rockies in the Springtime

    It is officially springtime in the Rockies. That my friend, is one of the most magical times of the year. On any given day, you could be hiking a meadow with a fresh coating of emerging wildflowers and a mile later, need to strap on your snowshoes. The air seems cleaner and the streams run so cold t…Read More

  4. Spring Hiking Tips, Part One

    Spring is on its way! At Rocky Mountain National Park, spring tends to come late; the park can get snow at any time of year due to the elevation! However, there are beautiful signs of spring that start to emerge around mid-March, such as the first of the mountain bluebirds, and the aspen buds. Now i…Read More

  5. Rocky Mountain National Park Facts

    At Kirk’s Mountain Adventures, it is an understatement to say that we love Rocky Mountain National Park. This picturesque national treasure is both our passion and our home. Our Rocky Mountain hiking trips take you through the breathtaking mountain views, fascinating wildlife, and gorgeous bodies …Read More