A city that needs no introduction: Estes Park.
Estes Park is located 70 miles from Denver in Northern Colorado. It is a base for the Rocky Mountain National Park and it lies along the Big Thompson River. Here residents and visitors will find an abundance of activities, many revolving around the local terrain. Estes parks is surrounded by Colorado beauty. Here you will find panoramic Rocky Mountain views, wildlife, and outdoor adventures waiting for you!
The Stanley Hotel is an elegant, world famous hotel that first opened in 1909. Today it is known for its haunted halls if you are looking for a ghost tour or thrills.
Estes Park Shopping features over 300 shops ranging from small boutiques to fine furniture and jewelry inspired from traditions around the world and in Estes Park.
Estes Park Outdoor Activities include hiking, biking, fishing, rock climbing and various other activities.
Estes Park Dining features a unique range of dining options from casual to elegant meals
Rocky Mountain National Park is an expansive park spanning the continental divide, with miles of hiking trails, wildlife and beautiful scenery.
You won't find dining within the National Park but you will find plenty of delicious options in town. Estes Park has a beautiful downtown that is filled with local breweries and distilleries and prime dining.
A vast amount of Estes Park remains untouched as much of it is surrounded by the protected lands of Rocky Mountain National Park and Roosevelt National Forest. Estes Park is a true all-season town. You'll find no shortage of outdoor activity no matter the weather or time of year. From summer to fall enjoy camping, hiking, biking, rock climbing, whitewater rafting, paddle boarding, and sightseeing. Winter brings a different batch of fun with snowshoeing, sledding, and for the brave, ice climbing and backcountry skiing.
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