The Colorado National Monument in the Grand Valley now offers the option to purchase entrance passes online under a National Park Service pilot program.
“At Colorado National Monument, we continually strive to improve services to our visitors and the public. With the launch of this electronic pass, we are entering into a new era of convenience. Visitors now have choices in how and when they purchase passes to visit the monument,” said Ken Mabery, superintendent of the Colorado National Monument.
Seven-day and annual passes may be purchased at the Web site at www.yourpassnow.com. Passes can be printed or put on a mobile device. The passes can be used on the date of purchase or at a specified future date.
In coming months, the National Park Service plans to offer online entrance pass sales at parks in California, Florida, Maine and North Dakota.