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A Climber's Guide to Estes Park

Colorado’s Estes Valley has been a hub of rock climbing and mountaineering activity since the 19th century, so it’s no surprise that the area is chock-full of some of America’s most classic routes. Whether you’re looking for big alpine lines, bolted sport climbs, or high-country bouldering, there’s…

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Make the Most of Estes with the Estes Park Pass

Winter in Estes is a hidden gem that we can’t keep to ourselves any longer. There’s so much to do but the Estes Park Backcountry Pass is where we suggest you start. With everything to get you out in the backcountry, or in front of the fire, the pass makes exploring Estes in the winter that much more…

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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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Beat Monday in Estes Park

#BeatMondayEP - it’s a way for you to show off all the rad things worth bragging about at the office on Monday. Climbing, camping, mountain biking, fishing, hiking, backcountry skiing, splitboarding, and anything else you can do in the mountains in and around Estes Park. Use the hashtag…

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5 Fall Itineraries in Estes Park

5 ways to do fall in Estes. Leaf Peeper There are so many ways to see the leaves. Hiking and scenic drives are the most obvious – and for good reason! Check out our 10 favorite trails for leaf-peeping, because the only thing more magical than seeing the golden aspens from afar, is walking through…

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Pitches and Pints: Quinn Brett

Quinn Brett is an experienced Estes Park climber and local. Learn more about her favorite Estes Park climb complete with pro tips and her favorite place to sip on a beer after. Name: Quinn Brett Years Climbing: 25 years!!!!! Favorite Estes Park climb: A diamond shaped chunk of granite, nestled…

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