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About Wireless Coverage in Rocky Mountain National Park:
- There are no cellular sites
within the park, all service
comes from outside park boundaries. Because the main road
through Rocky Mountain National Park reaches an altitude of over 12,000
feet, your wireless phone can easily access these sites from far away.
However, any obstruction, such as a rock
formation or a hill can block that signal.
though Rocky Mountain National Park features a number of high
elevations where wireless service is possible, there are also many
valleys and isolated areas with no wireless access whatsoever.
- One of
the popular features of the park is to climb Long's Peak, at
altitude that exceeds 14,000 feet. The front face of that
mountain can 'see', and therefore access, cellular service in
nearby areas, but the same is not true of the lower or
west-facing areas of the mountain.
can be addtional cell sites within park boundaries that do not show in
public records. The
coverage areas shown (in red) are approximate. Park coverage has been
field checked but has not been updated recently.