You can tell the Elk at The Rocky Mountain National Park are used to humans; you can get within six feet and they don't even look up at you.
I didn't let myself get too close to these bucks and those hat racks; you never know what they'll do.
Many trails still have snow on them like this six foot drift. Volunteers carved steps up and down each side so hikers can pass.
A dispersed Elk herd settling down for the night. Martha was so excited when we found this upper valley, she said it was better than anything we've seen in the last 8 months. I love it when this happens, as it has on 3 or 4 occasions.