Due to nearby fires, Estes Park is open to residents only (with police checking ID's at town entry points), and is still under varying degrees of evacuation orders. Click here for full and up-to-date fire info.

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3 Way to Explore Colorado's Original Playground

In Estes there’s an adventure for everyone, especially in the winter! Go on a solo snowshoe, earn your turns with friends or sled with the entire family. These are just 3 ways to explore the best of winter. Need more convincing? Here are 9 reasons to visit this winter. Now that you’ve been…

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Christmas 2019 in Estes Park

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. With the elk jingle belling… or maybe just hanging out around town, strolling the golf course. But just because the elk aren’t jingle-belling, and don’t have red, light-up noses, doesn’t mean Estes isn’t the perfect Christmas destination and a great way to…

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It’s Our Place Too - #EveryoneOutside

"Jess Sporte draws a lot of attention when she's climbing outdoors. She doesn't mind, but she also wishes it wasn't such a big deal. What's the fuss? Well, Jess is an amputee, living her life with one leg instead of two." A member of the US Paraclimbing Team, Jess and some friends made a trip to…

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A Visitor's Guide to Downtown Estes Park

Estes Park, Colorado, is surrounded by a treasure of natural and scenic wonders. It’s the perfect basecamp for adventure, boasting more than 300 shops that showcase everything from handmade local goods to outdoor gear to good food and drink. It’s become a destination for art-lovers, foodies, and…

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How to Prepare for an Adventure at Altitude

A lot of fun and adventure happens at higher altitudes: Take Estes Park, Colorado, which sits at an elevation of 7,522 feet. It’s located just outside Rocky Mountain National Park, one of the highest national parks in the U.S., where you’ll find Trail Ridge Road, the highest continuous paved road…

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Estes Park’s Tradition of Wellness

In his 53 rd year, F.O. Stanley, co-creator of the Stanley Steamer, got some bad news. The worst news, really. Stanley learned that he had chronic tuberculosis and had just one year to live … if he was lucky. In a last ditch effort to beat this doomy diagnosis, the inventor headed west, in search of…

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