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Monthly Archives: July 2016

Wildlife Viewing

  Rocky Mountain National Park visitors have a passion for viewing wild animals, especially the big ones. With an elk herd numbering between 600 to 800 in the winter, about 350 bighorn sheep, numerous mule deer and a small population … Continue reading

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Rafting!

We are fortunate to enjoy the expertise and adventure offered by three excellent rafting companies, each of which provides fabulous fun, adventure, and something unique.   Raft on Colorado’s Best River, Cache La Poudre River with Mountain Whitewater Descents where … Continue reading

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Adventure Awaits!

Right across the street, on the hill where the Big Horn Sheep graze and nap in the shade of the pines, is a wealth of knowledge, adventure, learning and creativity that sources a panorama of unique, educational and fun adult, … Continue reading

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Downtown Estes Park History Walking Tours

In 1905, Abner Sprague was hired by Cornelius Bond and the Estes Park Town Company to plat the town. Within weeks, lots along the street named “Elkhorn” were taken up and new businesses were planted. Over the course of 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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