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RMNP – Reopened Trail Update – Excellent!

On Wednesday, September 25, three trails and areas of Rocky Mountain National Park on the east side that were impacted by the flood are reopening for public use.   Hidden Valley nature trail loop, picnic area, parking and restrooms are … Continue reading

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Boulder Brook is Ready to Open…

But the Town Hasn’t Fixed the Plumbing!   Boulder Brook sustained minimal damage during the recent floods. We’ve removed mud, re-graded the parking lot, and plan to re-open on will be open again for business starting Tuesday, October 15.  We’ll … Continue reading

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Great News!

The town of Estes Park is now open and welcoming visitors!   As of today, September 18th, Rocky Mountain National Park has begun to reopen.  As conditions improve, additional roads, trails and facilities will open.  The following is a summary of … Continue reading

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Have you ever heard an Elk bugle?

Up until yesterday, I had heard only the odd trumpet-like sound of a matriarch guiding her herd across highway 34. That was in the dead of winter when the Elk pretty much have the run of the town and travel … Continue reading

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Thank you –

To all our friends and to everyone who has called or written to check on us, your good wishes and compassion are appreciated. We are very fortunate to have been spared structural damage, and property damage is relatively small in comparison to some.  … Continue reading

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Flood Update

As you may have seen in recent news coverage, northern Colorado has received an extraordinary amount of rainfall in the last week. Flooding is widespread. The Town of Estes Park has experienced flooding on both the Fall River and the … Continue reading

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Historic Tour Celebrates Estes and RMNP

On September 14th board the bus for the Tenth Annual Historic Tour of Rocky Mountain National Park and Estes Park presented by the Estes Park Friends & Foundation. Guests will visit six famous Historic landmarks and stop and learn about … Continue reading

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