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Estes Park Thanksgiving – Amazing & Delicious!

You are most welcome to cook up a feast in one of our beautiful Suites or enjoy a delicious and abundant Thanksgiving Buffet and have more time to get out and play!   Aspen Lodge Resort & Spa features organic, vegan, … Continue reading

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Nov. 4, 2014 – The official end of summer

“High winds and freezing temperatures with blowing and drifting snow at high altitude make snow clearing operations and driving conditions extremely hazardous.”   Trail Ridge Road is now in “winter trail status” which means:   Through travel on Trail Ridge … Continue reading

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Tinsel Tavern Tour … light up your holidays

Dress in your holiday best and jump on the Elkhorn Express for the Tinsel Tavern Tour! Starting at the kick-off party, enjoy live entertainment, appetizers and merriment before stepping onto the Elkhorn Express Free Trolley and visit a line-up of favorite Estes … Continue reading

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Do you love Beer?

Check out the 2nd Annual Fall Back Beer Festival – A symphony of deliciousness for beer lovers and home brewers, featuring 100 different beers from over 30 Colorado breweries poured by their makers, and, in honor of Learn to Homebrew … Continue reading

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Beautiful Music

Each Sunday afternoon from October 2014 through April 2015, The Estes Park Winter Music Festival provides a wonderful variety of musicians and beautiful music in an informal setting. Enjoy chorale, classic chamber, bluegrass, Celtic, Latin and more!   Music Festival … Continue reading

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Corpse Bride or Zombie?

Halloween in Estes Park is true family fun at its very best. EVERYONE is encouraged to dress up, trick-or-treat, get out, and play!   From 5p-9p Downtown will be auto-free and pedestrian safe as everyone is welcomed with treats, tricks and … Continue reading

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Have you ever seen Elk play?

Did you know they are great swimmers?   One sunny afternoon at Mary’s Lake I watched a small harem of about a dozen females and their dozen or so offspring run like excited kids down the side of the hill … Continue reading

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