Rocky Mountain National Park, breathtaking at any season, really sparkles in October. And it has accessible trails.
Coyote Valley Trail is a mile long trail on the west side of the park. I have not scootered this one, so have to take their word for the accessibility of it.
Path to Sprague Lake
Sprague Lake trail is a ½ mile ride around a man made lake. At
the far end you can see the continental divide. You can also see rainbows if you get there at the right time. You can find this trail located on Bear Lake Road, one mile west of the Park and Ride shuttle bus parking lot.
If you are really lucky, you will find a double rainbow at Sprague.
Lily Lake This hike is spectacular. It’s not at nosebleed altitude, so you can breathe a bit easier as you walk or scooter. Watch for wildflowers in spring and early summer. See a beautiful bridge as you walk the mile hike. Oh, no water lilies here. Ever. Find this trail six miles south of the town of Estes Park on Highway 7. I love the fall season here. Photographers will delight in the golden light at Lily Lake.
Holzwarth Historic Site This is another accessible site on the west side of the park. I have not hiked here, so can’t speak personally, but if you are on the west side of Rocky, explore a historic homestead cabin and 1920's dude ranch located in the beautiful Kawuneeche Valley. This is a 1 mile round trip walk. It’s located 8 miles north of Kawuneeche Visitor Center on Highway 34.
There's no such thing as a bad day in Rocky. This may require another visit to see the wildlife roaming free.