KUSA - The National Park Service has released new images of flooding damage in Rocky Mountain National Park.
RECENT COLORADO FLOODING STORIES
The park remains closed as rangers do damage assessments but it is clear many of the park's most popular trails, meadows and streams have been hit hard. Work will need to be done on Glacier Creek along the old section of Bear Lake Road, the Lawn Lake Trail Junction, and the west side Alluvial Fan.
Besides flooding, large landslides have covered some roads and cut off campgrounds. One of the biggest slides is on the west side of the Twin Sisters. The Park Service says falling trees continue to be a major hazard.
The Park Service has posted a photo album to give park-goers a better idea of the damage. They have not indicated when the Park might be able to re-open.
RMNP Flood Damage photo album
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