Estes Park is known for its abundant wildlife, where elk stroll through the village streets, bighorn sheep observe the world below from rocky cliffs and marmots scurry across the tundra. What is…Continue Reading
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.
As spring gently arrives in Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park, the sweet sounds of birds chirping throughout the day return the mountains. Grab your binoculars and head out to these birding hot spots suggested by our guest blogger, the Rocky Mountain Conservancy:…Continue Reading
It is not uncommon to see a flock of people with binoculars staring at the sky along the trails in Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park. Our pristine, high-elevation habitat is home to more than 280 bird species, everything from hummingbirds and red tailed hawks to flycatchers, vireos…Continue Reading