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Monthly Archives: June 2014

Look, Use the Zoom, Please Don’t Touch

It’s that time again – wild babies are everywhere!  As wonderful as calves and fawns and pups and kits are, Colorado Division of Wildlife (CDW) reminds us not to approach, touch or handle young animals as they are best cared … Continue reading

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New Historic Downtown Estes Park Walking Tour

Beginning on Monday, June 23, and continuing throughout the summer on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays from 8:30am to 10am the newly formed Downtown Docent Corps reveal the hidden past of Estes Park in Historic Downtown Walking Tours.   Tours start … Continue reading

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RMNP Discovery Days

Every Tuesday, beginning on June 24 continuing through August 12 from 9am to 1pm Education Rangers at the Moraine Park Discovery Center explore a unique park theme through hands-on activities, crafts, games, and stories. Weekly themes include birds, predators of the … Continue reading

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101 Years Young – The Historic Park Theatre

Sometimes it’s nice just to sit and relax and be entertained.   Giving new meaning to the term “Dinner and a Movie” The Historic Park Theatre offers a lovely selection of Café Sandwiches, salads, and desserts as well as a … Continue reading

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Go Fish!

With over 350 miles of trails covering over 265,000 acres, RMNP offers numerous fishing opportunities for the casual angler or seasoned expert.   Fish here for all wild trout including Brook, Rainbow, Brown, and Cutthroat including the Greenback.  There are options … Continue reading

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International Migratory Bird Day

Celebrate International Migratory Bird Day (IMBD) in Rocky Mountain National Park by participating in any or all of our weekend events at Beaver Meadows Visitor Center.     On Friday, June 6, at 7:00 p.m. join local producer Nick Molle as he … Continue reading

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Trail Ridge Road – Open for the Season!

The highest continuous paved road in the US climbs to 12,183 feet at the summit and connects Estes Park with Grand Lake.  At 11,796 feet above sea level, the Alpine Visitor Center is the highest in the National Park Service.  … Continue reading

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