Estes Park Mask Mandate

Estes Park Mask Mandate

Face coverings are required in all public indoor spaces for all individuals ages 3 years and older regardless of vaccination status, per Larimer County Public Health Order.

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Estes Park Hometown Heroes

Reprinted from the August, 2021, edition of HIKE ROCKY online magazine Hometown Hero by Cindy Elkins, HIKE ROCKY magazine Community Correspondent Wilderness preservation and accessibility are at the core of Eric Johnson's values. As a native Estes Park man, his interests in the outdoors from…

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10 Reasons to Visit Estes Park this Fall

Autumn in Estes Park is when everything falls into place. Your rock shoes will stick a little better, the trails are in ideal condition for mountain biking, trail running, or hiking, and the trout are biting. It's peak season for your favorite activities but not for the crowds if you can play hooky…

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A Different Way Up Old Fall River Road

Don’t drive Old Fall River Road. Old Fall River Road, Trail Ridge Road’s unpaved sister, is closed to vehicle traffic early October through late June. With no cars to limit your view or slow you down, the twists, turns and arguably, the views, are better from good ol’ OFRR. The road itself is dirt…

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Pick your perfect coffee shop

These shops are more than just coffee. There are 10 coffee shops in our little mountain town. What sets each apart is not the selection of specialty lattes or the type of roast used (each and every cup is delicious) but the shop itself. Read on to find out how, and to decide which one you’ll visit…

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9 Reasons to Come to Estes Park This Winter

When you think of your winter mountain getaway, do you want myriad options for snowy outdoor adventure like snowshoeing, cross-country, backcountry skiing, ice climbing, tubing, and sledding? Are you looking for a historic, picturesque main street with dozens of boutique shops, restaurants, and…

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For the Estes Park Whiskey Lover

Whiskey has a way of warming up the belly. There's a time for frozen margaritas and a time for whiskey, and Estes Park knows that the time for whiskey is in the winter. Estes Park hosts its own whiskey distillery, a festival celebrating whiskey, and even showshoe tours that lead to a whiskey sized…

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