Oct. 11, 2019: For your convenience, offline cameras have been moved to the bottom of the page.
Sept. 13, 2019: Just added, the Wild Basin cam. It’s beautiful, full color, despite the almost b/w screenshots, captured on a cloudy day.
Aug.12, 2019: Note the updated Boulder Flatiron cam, below. It now streams live and rotates every 20 seconds to show different views around Boulder.
Update, Aug. 14, 2018: I’ve removed several webcams that appear to have gone dormant. If they come back on line, I’ll list them again. Meanwhile, travelers headed to Pikes Peak may find they cannot drive all the way to the summit this summer because construction on a new summit complex has severely curtailed parking. Free shuttle service is being provided.
These are my favorite Colorado webcams from Estes Park, Rocky Mountain National Park, Ward, Nederland, Boulder, Denver, and Pikes Peak. They are my way of previewing the scenery, weather, traffic, or foliage if I’m planning a trip … or if I just want to revisit the places I love without leaving home.
Some of these cameras are live streaming and the others update at various intervals. All carry date/time stamps so you can see how recent the images are.
If you know of a great webcam in this area that I’ve missed, please let me know. Thanks!
Click photos for slideshows or captions for current camera views
WEBCAMS IN ESTES PARK (update intervals vary) (Links to cameras are in the captions.)
ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK (National Park Service webcams) (Links to cameras are in the captions.)
ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK, WILD BASIN (Allenspark webcam) (Links to cameras are in the captions.)
CDOT WEBCAMS NEAR ESTES AND SOUTH ALONG THE PEAK-TO-PEAK HIGHWAY (for more views click any camera icon on CDOT’s map; CDOT cameras are often offline) (Links to cameras are in the captions.)
SOUTH OF ESTES PARK (Links to cameras are in the captions.)
OFFLINE (These cameras are currently unavailable but may return in the future)
(*Camera used with permission)
National Park Service (includes local roads inside park: call 970-586-1222 for recorded message)
Colorado Department of Transportation (best for current highway conditions; click its blue/white “i” for legend)
If you are approaching Estes Park from the south on Hwy 7 and are headed to the park, I strongly suggest you take Marys Lake Road (map) to avoid the congestion in downtown Estes.