A 100 Year Perspective.
Rocky Mountain National Park is an alpine domain as lush as it is intimidating. The grandeur of its mountain peaks, the profusion of wildflowers, and the ubiquity of creeks, cascades, and waterfalls creates a wondrous wilderness. This book offers a unique perspective—a look at the park one hundred years ago and a record of it today. With writing by T. A. Barron and photos by John Fielder, you will discover why this is a place that exists not only on the map, but also in the hearts of so many people.