Crews are working to improve access to and from Rocky Mountain National Park with the Downtown Estes Loop Project.
Isabella Bird put Estes Park on the map. Her audacious feat of summiting Longs Peak, clad in rubber boots and a flowing silk dress, remains etched in history. But her impact extends far beyond that.
Bird is admired for her unwavering determination and her relentless pursuit of breaking societal barriers. She fearlessly challenged the standards of her generation, inspiring countless others to embrace their own passions and defy conventions.
This year marks 150 years since Bird's time in Estes Park and her climb of the iconic peak. Join us as we honor her trailblazing legacy and pay homage to her unwavering spirit of adventure.
Celebrate the legacy of Isabella Bird at The Stanley Hotel. Tickets will be on sale soon.
Focusing on local legend, Isabella Bird, this scenic bus tour will take participants on a historical adventure throughout the Estes Valley and Rocky Mountain National Park. This program will include the impacts of other European homesteading women, including Anna Wolfrom, Ida McCreery, Esther Burnell, Katherin Garetson and Amanda Blocker Byrd. Hosted by the Rocky Mountain Conservancy, weekly and on demand September 11 - November 17. Get Tickets Here.
Performances at the Historic Park Theater. Produced by the Fine Arts Guild of the Rockies.