Rocky Mountain National Park Alpine Lakes Loop Hike


$149 for REI Members

$169 for non-members

7 spots left


  • Fitness level 3 Moderate
  • Minimum age 14
  • Group size 8 people

Beloved by locals and admired by adventurers nationwide, Rocky Mountain National Park offers pristine wilderness, invigorating hiking and limitless beauty. On this loop hike to Lake Haiyaha, we'll bask in the majestic views of spectacular high peaks while keeping an eye out for the critters that call this area home. The hike to the lake is surrounded by ancient limber pine and giant granite boulders. As we reach the crystal clear water of Lake Haiyaha we'll be offered spectacular views of Hallett and Otis Peaks, each over 12,000'. Along the way, we'll share some hiking tips and offer insight into the region's history and ecosystem. This hike is perfect for anyone with sturdy hiking boots and a bit of fitness, as you'll need to feel comfortable walking on uneven terrain at about 10,000' for about 7 miles. We love this hike, and are pretty sure you will too!

  • Hike under grand views of the high alpine peaks of the Rocky Mountains
  • See the crystal clear, blue water of Lake Haiyaha
  • Learn tips and tricks to make hiking at 10,000' more comfortable

What to bring with you


Participants must obtain a park entrance pass. If you have any questions regarding park fees please contact us at or by phone at 877-819-3809. More information can be found by following the link below.

Map image of Rocky Mountain National Park: Bear Lake Trailhead

More directions and information

From Denver via Boulder/Hwy 36 Distance: I-25 north to Exit 217/US Hwy 36 west through Boulder. Continue to follow US-36 W for 20.2 mi. Continue straight onto E Elkhorn Ave for 0.4 mi. Turn left onto US-36 W/Moraine Ave. In 3.8 mi Turn left onto Bear Lake Rd. In 9.4 mi, The Trailhead will be at the end of the Road. If you have any questions or issues, please contact us @ 877-819-3809, or