Webcams from Rocky Mountain NP to Pikes Peak

53 thoughts on “Webcams from Rocky Mountain NP to Pikes Peak”

  1. Great news! Have really been missing my daily visit with the Alpine VCtr cam– forgot about CDOT views, and thanks for researching these new options!

    1. Trying to make this page a one-stop shopping list for everyone. Afraid I might be overdoing it, but I’m sort of committed now.

      One of the ranges on the western slope got snow on all its peaks last week. Trying not to get too excited. After all, it’s still August.

  2. Would love to see “LIVE” video streaming of the Aerial Tram in Estes Park instead of a still picture that refreshes ever 5 seconds. It says sound on that one too and there is not sound.

    1. Glad you like it. But I warn you, webcams can be addictive! Not a day goes by that I don’t check one or more of these webcams to see what’s going on elsewhere, usually in the mountains. And they’re always changing, depending on the weather or time of day.

  3. Just so you know, I bookmarked this post.

    As a kid I loved Red Rocks. I often visit the cam so I can see a land I love. I still have family, Estes Park actually, in CO. My Conifer and Evergreen peeps moved to warmer year round pastures. Thanks for the bookmarks!

    Oh, as a thanks…here ya go, my ‘new’ home town’s cams. First is our surf cam. I sea kayak, surf by Boogie Board, Beach, and sail..all things that are challenging on the high plains and front range. Trust me, I tried. As a kid I used to jump off the cliffs into the chutes of the South Platte. The equivalent here is illegally jumping off the piers when the surf is up.

    And this is our NOAA cam. We cannot live without NOAA and the Coast Guard. Maybe you can catch a Freighter in one.

    It’s beautiful and very different from my beloved front range…but I don’t get altitude sickness here.

    1. I’m delighted I could provide you with some “visits” back to Colorado. Your Muskegon views remind me of my years in Oswego, NY, on Lake Ontario. Quite the experience for me, with surf, ocean-going ships, water I couldn’t see across (I’m from Oklahoma originally), lake effect snow in the winter, etc. Yes, definitely very different from the Front Range.

      (BTW, love your screen name.)

      1. I see now that dunelight is your blog name. (I’ve been browsing over there.) It really is all about the light, isn’t it?

        Fortunately the snow here is only occasional and doesn’t stick around for long. Upper NY it was deep and stayed deep all winter. At least that’s how I remember it.

      2. Yep, that’s exactly what happened. Some people were even in shorts. But shoveling this last snow was really hard work. Keeping warm was easy once the wind stopped.

    1. It is gorgeous, isn’t it!? Bear in mind our time difference — you won’t see much when it’s dark here. Also, most of the cameras face west, so earlier in the day is better.

... and that's my two cents