The Rocky Mountain National Park is inspired by the great mountains of America's central region. The Rocky Mountains feature exaggerated peaks and snow-capped mountains, resulting in the green, grey, and blue of the blanket. It's made from 100% virgin wool and was crafted in Pendleton's historic mill in the Pacific Northwest.
Rocky Mountain National Park is one of the country's most drastic parks. It was officially inducted into the National Park System in 1915 by President Woodrow Wilson, and includes notable landmarks like Grand Lake, Wild Basin, Chasm Falls, and Milner Pass.