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Photograph by Stephen Michalchuk, National Geographic Your Shot

16 Breathtaking Rocky Mountain Adventures

See thrilling photos of climbing, hiking, and skiing in North America’s Rocky Mountains.

From towering mountains in Canada’s Banff National Park to the rushing waters of the Rio Grande, picture-perfect vistas in the Rocky Mountain range offer innumerable rewards for bold adventurers. Stretching from Western Canada to New Mexico in the U.S., the mountains are an outdoor playground packed with opportunities for hiking, camping, skiing, climbing, and more. Explore these photographs taken by National Geographic Your Shot photographers, and start planning your next expedition.

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