Crews are working to improve access to and from Rocky Mountain National Park with the Downtown Estes Loop Project.

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Brain Freeze Weekend

Check out the Brain Freeze Weekend, part of the Frozen Dead Guy Days Satellite Events in Estes Park, hosted at Lonigans Saloon. This event aims to freeze attendees' minds with a unique and unforgettable icy experience. Your support is crucial to the success of this event. The Brain Freeze Weekend at…

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9 Reasons to Come to Estes Park This Winter

A mountain getaway to Estes Park offers a myriad of options for a snowy outdoor adventure and the opportunity to spot wildlife wandering through a pristine white landscape. Whether you're looking for a picturesque main street decked out in holiday lights or you simply want to feel that crisp fresh…

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Best Spots to Warm up by the Fire in Estes Park

When you think of “cozy mountain vibes”, does your mind go straight to bundling up by a fire? Ours does. Sometimes the fire is the main attraction and sometimes it’s there to add charm to your dinner – these are a few of our favorite spots to warm up. The Stanley Hotel The Stanley gives you a warm…

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9 Best Winter Hikes Around Estes Park

Winter is a great time to explore Rocky Mountain National Park and the town of Estes Park in Colorado. The trails in and around Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado are great any time of the year, but they are particularly spectacular when coated in sparkling white powder. Winter is a bit…

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5 Perfect Winter Weekend Itineraries in Estes Park

Surrounded by the snow-capped peaks of the Rocky Mountains, Estes Park, Colorado, is arguably at its most beautiful in the winter. Elk wander the golf courses blanketed in white. The picturesque, quaint downtown looks every bit like something you’d see inside of a snow globe. Score great deals in…

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Does Estes Park Close in the Winter?

It’s an honest question we in Estes Park hear frequently. The short answer is no, Estes Park does not close in the winter. Read on to get some clarification – and to find out why you should visit the town of Estes Park this winter. Reason number one why Estes Park does not close in the winter: Estes…

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