Type: Coniferous – Evergreen tree with needles and cones
Bark: The bark of the Rocky Mountain Fir is gray and smooth when young. The bark becomes scaly and more rough as the tree ages.
Leaves: The needles are dark blue-green and are around an inch long. They have a blunt tip.
Elevations: 8,000 to 12,000 feet
Height: 60-100 ft