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Pyrrhuloxia male
ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK


SUMMER PHOTO TOUR


July 17-22, 2016

$2,495

Deposit: $500

Airport: Denver, Colorado (DEN)

**See itinerary below.

Why Take This Photo Tour With Us?

* This has been our home for more than 3 decades. Few photographers know the park as well as we do.
* Plenty of time on both sides of the park, giving participants the opportunity to experience both distinctly different landscapes.
* Participants will have good opportunities for both wildlife and scenery.
* We take care of the driving, the meals and the lodging.

There’s are some good reasons Rocky Mountain National Park is one of the most popular parks in America. The scenery is jaw-droopingly impressive, the wildlife is abundant and it’s only a 90-minute drive from a major airport. The highest through road in the Northern Hemisphere provides access to a landscape normally accessible only to mountain climbers and long distance hikers. Regardless of whether you enjoy shooting scenery, flowers or wildlife, Rocky Mountain National Park should be at the top of your list of summer shooting locations.
Bobwhite male
Cardinale male bathing
Our time will be split between the east side of the park and the west, giving us a chance to capture the best the park has to offer, to take advantage of wildlife, flowers and special light whenever and wherever we find them.
Green jay pair
Crested caracaras
Mexican groundsquirrel
Roadrunner
ITINERARY:
Day 1: Pick up at Denver International Airport. Drive to Rocky. Lodging on the east side of the park for the first 3 nights. Instructional presentation of what we’ll be photographing. Photograph alpine scenery, flowers, elk. Dinner.
Day 2 & 3: Photograph early, breakfast, break in the middle of the day. Participant critique/sharing and rest/recharge time. Visit downtown Estes Park. Photograph in the afternoon. Dinner after sunset.
Day 4: Photograph early, breakfast, pack up and drive over Trail Ridge to our next lodging in Grand Lake. Hopefully moose. Visit downtown Grand Lake. Afternoon shoot. Dinner.
Day 5: Photograph early, breakfast. More moose. Afternoon shoot. Dinner.
Day 6: Pack up and leave early, returning over Trail Ridge Road, photographing along the way. Breakfast. Return to airport.


+ Breakfast, dinner, snacks, water, lodging, critique and instruction as needed included.