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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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Boulder Brook is OPEN and ready to welcome you!

We are excited to welcome guests back to Boulder Brook and Estes Park. We are clean and shiny and aside from a bit of outdoor river-related repairs, we are open for business starting Tuesday, October 15.  The office is open … Continue reading

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Elk Viewing Safety

Each fall, thousands of visitors are drawn to Estes Park to watch herds of elk gather in the valley for their mating season, or “rut.” With this popular activity comes the responsibility for everyone to be safe and respect these … Continue reading

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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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