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Living History

MacGregor Ranch Museum and Maude’s Mercantile – Founded in 1873, MacGregor Ranch is both the last remaining working cattle ranch in Estes Park and one of the few sites operating as both a working ranch and youth education center in … Continue reading

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Raft!

We are fortunate to enjoy the expertise and wide variety of adventures offered by three excellent rafting companies, each of which provides fabulous fun, wonderful experience, and something unique.     The folks at Mountain Whitewater are very passionate about their business … Continue reading

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June Centennial Celebration Classes

Rocky Mountain Conservancy, right across the street from Boulder Brook, is an amazing resource for everyone.  Appropriate and engaging classes for Families, kids, and professionals seeking qualifying credit will find a superb variety of fun, interesting, and educational classes and adventures.  Here is … Continue reading

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Run!

Estes Park is training, running and racing paradise. With thin air and high elevation, the challenge for runners intensifies, as does the thrill. The breathtaking mountain views and alpine inspiration keep spirits high, even during the longest of races. Whether … Continue reading

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Summer Theater in Grand Lake

Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre opens their fifth summer season on June 12 and June 13 with the stage version of the Bradford Robes novel “42nd Street” in which an aspiring chorus girl ‘saves the play.’   On June 19 and 20, get creepy and know … Continue reading

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Climb and Hike with Professional Mountain Guides

Join the Professional Mountain Guides at Colorado Mountain School for an exceptional guided outdoor experience.  No matter your age, background, or fitness level, there’s a perfect hike or climb for you!  You can experience Rock Climbing, Mountaineering, Guide Training, Avalanche … Continue reading

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Spring Wildlife Advice from CPW

Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds us to be aware of ourselves, our behavior and our proximity to wild animals and their newborns.  We love them and they are amazing and incredibly delicate and beautiful. We quite naturally desire to connect … Continue reading

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