Trail Ridge Road is part of U.S. Highway 34 through Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado from Estes Park in the east to Grand Lake in the west. It is the highest continuous motorway in the United States, with more than eight miles lying above 11,000' and a maximum elevation of 12,183 feet.
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Trail Ridge Road, Colorado 9 of 26 Welcome to the highest continually paved road in the U.S.: the Trail Ridge Road winds as high as 12,185 feet through Rocky Mountain National Park. Following a route traced over the Continental Divide by Native Americans for thousands of years, visitors can see elk, deer, and bighorn sheep above the tree line in the dramatic tundra. Stop: The imposing Victorian splendor of the Stanley Hotel, in Estes Park, CO, was Stephen King’s inspiration for The…