Exploring Rocky Mountain National Park and Estes Park

Hello Adventure’s and welcome back to another post. While Taylor’s best friend Kenli and her family were visiting us in Colorado, we had plenty of fun and exciting adventures. Taylor my lovely little sister will go into more detail about her and Kenli’s friendship on her blog, Compass Required . Kenli and her parents John and Wendi, stayed with us for a few days to share our adventures in Colorado. We spent the first day just catching up and spending time together. Then we went on a rafting down the upper Colorado river. A special thanks to Mad Adventures for a very fun rafting trip. I have a few photos of that adventure, but we didn’t want to lose our phones in the river so we left them behind.

Here’s a photo of the seven of us before we went rafting. Taylor and I were the only ones who got soaked. Because we both willingly (semi willingly in my case) fell off the raft. Tay and I also jumped off a cliff so that was part of the reason we were soaked.
Later that same day we went hiking to Adam’s Falls, but we went a hiked onto another trail that I don’t really remember the name of.
My mom secretly took this photo of Tay, my Dad and I while hiking.


Here’s a photo of Adams falls.
While on the hike we walked into this beautiful meadow with this amazing view.
Here’s a photo of us at the Rocky Mountain National park sign.
While about halfway three the park to meet John and Wendi for their last day in Colorado before heading home. My family, Kenli and I saw a large group of Elk.
Here’s a photo my mom took of all of us while looking at the elk.

Here’s a photo that Wendi was kind enough to take of my Dad and I while we were all hiking at Lumpy Ridge in Estes Park.
Here’s a close up photo of a bull elk my mom took while in Rocky Mountain National park.

Comment down below your favorite National park you have ever visited. I didn’t take as many photos as I would have liked but I spent most of my time with my family and friends just enjoying my time with them. Until the next adventure,

Love, Payton

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