Rocky Mountain National Park
A refreshened brand for a better chance at communicating the RMNP mission. With unobtrustive design, simplified symbols, and a can-do attitude, the new Rocky Mountain National Park offers an invitation to challenge and an opportunity to educate.
To care for, protect, manage, improve, understand and interpret park resources and to provide for a high-quality visitor experience.
Trailheads function as both a trailhead and shelter. The front facing side has a map of the trail made of plexi glass so that it can removed/adjusted as the trail changes and adapts.
The other side features regulations, hazard warnings, park alerts, and wilderness information, all of which is removable so that park stays as up to date as possible. The inside acts as a shelter with an inspirational quote from Enos MIlls.
The hiking aspect offers a map of the trail, as a guided compass and detailed directions. While hiking users are able to track miles and time to store your progress, as well as share stories with the RMNP community, and keep trails better up to date.
The hiking tab offers a map of the trail, a guided compass, and detailed directions. While hiking, users are able to track miles and time to store progress, as well as share stories with the RMNP community. RMNP can also keep trails better up to date, send weather warnings, etc.
Alerts can be turned off/on as much as the hiker would like to be notified. With a simple buzz, a fun fact about a historical landmark, wildlife, weather, or nature will be available.
If a friend is hiking alone, approved users are can check up on them without fearing for their safety. Hikers are also able to alert RMNP of their hike to avoid getting lost or injuries.