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Monthly Archives: October 2013

U.S. 36 Reopens on Monday, November 4th at Noon!

Thanks to the amazing work of our crews and to the Air and Army National Guard from Colorado, Kansas, Montana, and Utah the highway will reopen to ALL motorists more than three weeks ahead of the Dec. 1 target date. … Continue reading

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Dress it up and show it off for Halloween!

Thursday, October 31st is Halloween, so there’s still time to decorate your coat, pick a costume that fits over your down jacket or be a Southpark kid and make a costume of your outerwear and winter gear! Whatever you choose, with or … Continue reading

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Give Wildlife a “Brake”

It’s time to slow down and really watch for wildlife on the roads.  While the Elk Rut is starting to wind down but the herds are still wandering  browsing and bugling and the Deer rut is just beginning. During the … Continue reading

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Estes Park Music Festival – Winter Series 2014-2014

The Estes Park Music Festival in its 38th year, is once again pleased to  present the 2013-2014 Winter Music Series, November through April. The provides listeners with a rare opportunity to experience an informal program  designed to broaden understanding of and … Continue reading

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2013 Holiday Season in Estes Park – Welcome!

We have made amazing recovery inroads since the September 2013 Flood. More than 90% of our businesses are open, and more reopen every day! Rocky Mountain National Park is open and gorgeous this time of year. The Elk and Deer … Continue reading

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Getting to Estes Park is Easier than You Think!

The route to Estes Park has changed, as construction crews work diligently to rebuild flood-impacted roads. Until they open, there are two ways to get here – both take you along the stunning Peak to Peak Scenic Byway!   From … Continue reading

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Estes Park Halloween

Thursday, October 31st is Halloween, so there’s still time to decorate your coat, pick a costume that fits over your down jacket or be a Southpark kid and make a costume of your outerwear and winter gear! Whatever you choose, with or … Continue reading

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