Estes Park, CO, United States Accommodations

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The SpaceLight pours in from the large windows on 3 sides of this guesthouse. One guest described it as a delightful cocoon in which everything they needed was right there. Guest AccessGuests have access to a new private entrance with new attached platform deck. Guests also have access to a shaded patio with outdoor seating, gas grill, and shared common backyard area. Interaction with GuestsWe are a friendly but busy family. :) We do our best to be sensitive to the personalities of our guests...offering friendly conversation as welcomed. The NeighborhoodThe shared backyard space is quiet, private and secluded from the rest of the neighborhood. A variety of wildlife frequents our neighborhood and passes through our yard. Getting AroundOur location is so convenient to the many joys of Estes Park. The EP Visitor Center is 1/2 mile away where there is a free RMNP shuttle during the main visiting season, the EP History Museum is just around the corner, beautiful Lake Estes is just 2-3 blocks away for walking/biking the 4 mile path or fly fishing its many great spots. During the summer months, we are a pleasant short walk to the Farmers Market located downtown. Just a few blocks from the Estes Park Free Trolley held at the Fairgrounds. On the other side of the fairgrounds is Stanley Park which is a great open space park with a playground, skatepark, tennis courts, basketball court, outdoor yoga, and indoor public swimming pool. Other Things to NoteLocal single origin coffee sample
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The SpaceWelcome To AlpenHut Located On The Romantic Edge Of Estes Park & Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado USA. The term 'HUT' has long been adopted by Rocky Mountain Climbers and Backpackers to refer to a solid and permanent structure offering refuge from the wilderness. These vary from simple 'bothies' - which are little more than very basic shelters; to Mountain Huts which are FAR MORE LUXURIOUS and can even include amenities such as Jetted Hot Tubs Like This One Does... ALPENHUT AMENITIES INCLUDE: A ROMANTIC BED Comfortable Queen Size Bed With Night Stands & Sitting Bear Reading Lamps Alpenhut's 10.5" profile Trinidad model bed has Visco Elastic Memory Foam that offers superior pressure relief that can dramatically diminish tossing and turning for a more restful sleep pattern. Covered with a beautifully detailed quilted knit cover with a corded edge and coordinating knit sides for breathability. Stretch knit fibers are designed to work with the memory foam layers to optimize its contouring properties. The top layer features Memory Foam that conforms to the contours of your body. Tossing and turning are dramatically diminished and disrupted sleep patterns greatly eliminated. Two layers of Comfort Foam eliminate uncomfortable pressure points and adjusts itself based on your own body temperature and weight. Individually wrapped coil innersprings move independently and reduce the sensation of movement on a bed therefore providing contouring comfort and support for an undisturbed night Bed Features: • Helps relieve pressure and reduce back pain • Memory foam reduces pressure points between shoulders, neck and back • Aids in increasing circulation which can provide a deeper and more restful sleep :-) Duraflame Electric Fireplace For Warmth &/Or Ambiance ; ) Library With Excellent Rocky Mountain Book Selection Rocky Mountain Style Art & Decor Smart HD TV With Premier DIRECTV Satellite Service AN EFFICIENCY KITCHEN Sink With Dish Drying Rack Efficiency Size Refrigerator Plenty Of Shelf Cabinet Space A Two Burner Electric Range Top Cooking Utensils Microwave Oven Coffee Maker Coffee Press Pots & Pans Silverware Tea Kettle Toaster PRIVATE BATHROOM Rocky Mountain Style Fittings & Fixtures FULL SIZE Shower With Shower Massage Towels & Washcloths Oak Vanity & Sink Throne OUTSIDE ALPENHUT Private Swing Seat Private Jetted Hot Hot Tub Private Off Street Parking Space Private Yard Space Bird Feeders Wild Flowers Wildlife & Views Guest AccessThe Hut And All It Provides, The Private Fenced In Grounds, The Private Outside Seating Area, The Private Outside Hot Tub & Your Own Private Parking Spot. Interaction with GuestsAs Much Or As Little As Our Guests Require ~ We Are There For You If You Need Us ;-) The NeighborhoodAbout Estes Park & Rocky Mountain National Park Estes Park is a town in Larimer County, Colorado, United States. A popular summer resort and the location of the headquarters for Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park lies along the Big Thompson River. Estes Park had a population of 5,858 at the 2010 census. History The town is named after Missouri native Joel Estes, who founded the community in 1859. The town's outskirts include The Stanley Hotel. An example of Edwardian opulence, the 1909 building had Stephen King as a guest, inspiring him to change the locale for his novel The Shining from an amusement park to the Stanley's fictional stand-in, the Overlook Hotel. Estes Park was also the site of the organization of the Credit Union National Association, an important milestone in the history of American credit unions. Trail Ridge Road, the highest continuous highway in the United States, runs from Estes Park westward through Rocky Mountain National Park, reaching Grand Lake over the continental divide. Geography Estes Park sits at an elevation of 7,522 feet on the front range of the Rocky Mountains at the eastern entrance of the Rocky Mountain National Park. Its north, south and east extremities border the Roosevelt National Forest. Lumpy Ridge lies immediately north of Estes Park. According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 5.9 square miles (15 km2), of which 5.8 square miles (15 km2) is land and 0.1 square miles ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)%) is water. Three million tourists visit Rocky Mountain National Park each year; most use Estes Park as their base. Transportation The main airport serving Estes Park is Denver International Airport, located 75 miles southeast. Highways US 34 is an east-west highway that runs from Granby, Colorado to Berwyn, Illinois. In Colorado, it connects Estes Park to Loveland, Interstate 25, Greeley and Interstate 76 US 36 begins at the nearby Rocky Mountain National Park, running to Uhrichsville, Ohio, passing through Kansas, Missouri, Illinois and Indiana. State Highway 7 begins at the junction of US 36 and N St. Vrain Avenue in Estes Park and runs to Boulder, Lafayette and Brighton. Its northwestern segment is part of the Peak-to-Peak Scenic Byway. About Rocky Mountain National Park Rocky Mountain National Park is located in the north-central region of the U.S. state of Colorado. It features majestic mountain views, a variety of wildlife, varied climates and environments—from wooded forests to mountain tundra—and easy access to back-country trails and campsites. The park is located northwest of Boulder, Colorado, in the Rockies, and includes the Continental Divide and the headwaters of the Colorado River. The park has five visitor centers. The park headquarters, Beaver Meadows Visitor Center (An easy 12 minute walk from Alpenhaven), is a National Historic Landmark, designed by the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture at Taliesin West. The park may be accessed by three roads: U.S. Highway 34, 36, and State Highway 7. Highway 7 enters the park for less than a mile, where it provides access to the Lily Lake Visitor Center which is closed indefinitely. Farther south, spurs from route 7 lead to campgrounds and trail heads around Longs Peak and Wild Basin. Highway 36 enters the park on the east side, where it terminates after a few miles at Highway 34. Highway 34, known as Trail Ridge Road through the park, runs from the town of Estes Park on the east to Grand Lake on the southwest. The road reaches an elevation of 12,183 feet (3,713 m), and is closed by snow in winter. The California Zephyr serves Granby (near the west entrance of the park) by rail from Denver, crossing the Continental Divide through the Moffat Tunnel well south of the park. The park's website suggests Granby as an appropriate rail terminus for visitors, although it lies a good sixteen miles from the park without public transportation connections. The park is surrounded by Roosevelt National Forest on the north and east, Routt National Forest on the northwest, and Arapaho National Forest on the southwest. Geography Rocky Mountain National Park encompasses 265,761 acres (415.25 sq mi; (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)) of land in Colorado's northern Front Range. The park is split by the Continental Divide, which gives the eastern and western portions of the park a different character. The east side of the park tends to be drier, with heavily glaciated peaks and cirques. The west side of the park is wetter and more lush, with deep forests dominating. The park contains 359 miles (578 km) of trails, 150 lakes, and 450 miles (720 km) of streams. The park contains over 60 named peaks higher than 12,000 feet (3,700 m), and over one fourth of the park resides above tree line. The highest point of the park is Longs Peak, which rises to 14,259 feet (4,346 m; surveys before 2002 show 14,255 feet (4,345 m) above sea level. Longs Peak is the only fourteen thousand foot peak in the park. Several small glaciers and permanent snowfields are found in the high mountain cirques, including Andrews Glacier, Sprague Glacier, Tyndall Glacier, Taylor Glacier, Rowe Glacier, Mills Glacier, and Moomaw Glacier. Popular Areas The park is dominated by Longs Peak, which is visible from many vantage points, and has an elevation of 14,259 feet (4,346 m). Each year thousands of people attempt to scale it. The easiest route is the Keyhole Route, impassable to regular hikers in all but the hottest summer months due to snow and ice. This eight-mile (13 km) one-way climb has an elevation gain of 4,850 ft (1,480 m). The vast east face, including the area known as The Diamond, is home to many classic big wall rock climbing routes. Not All Leave Longs Peak Safe & Alive! There is a stone gazebo at the Keyhole formation with a plaque memorializing Agnes Vaille, a well-known climber in the 1920s. In January 1925, Vaille fell 100 ft (30 m) while descending the North Face. Vaille survived the fall with minor injuries, but was unable to walk. Her climbing partner, professional mountaineering guide Walter Kiener, went for help; but when rescuers arrived, Vaille had died of fatigue and hypothermia. Bear Lake, in the heart of the park, is a popular destination and trailhead. The lake lies below Hallett Peak and the Continental Divide. Several trails start from the lake, ranging from easy strolls to strenuous hikes. Bear Lake Road is open year round, though it may close temporarily due to bad weather. Trail Ridge Road connects the town of Estes Park in the east with Grand Lake in the west. The road reaches an altitude of 12,183 feet (3,713 m), with long stretches above tree line. Following Trail Ridge Road upward for 1,000 feet is akin to driving 600 miles north from the park in reference to changes in climate and vegetation. It passes the Alpine Visitors' Center, a popular destination, and crosses the Continental Divide at Milner Pass. Numerous short interpretive trails and pullouts along the road serve to educate the visitor on the history, geography, and ecology of the park. The southern area of the park is Wild Basin, a wild and remote region. Several trails cross the area and backpacking it is popular. The Mummy Range is a short mountain range in the north of the park. The Mummies tend to be gentler and more forested than the other peaks in the park, though some slopes are rugged and heavily glaciated, particularly around Ypsilon Mountain and Mummy Mountain. The snow-capped Never Summer Mountains are found in the west side of the park. Here the south-trending Continental Divide takes a brief sharp northward loop, which creates an interesting reverse scenario, where the Pacific Basin is on the east side of the divide and the Atlantic Basin on the west. The mountains themselves, the result of volcanic activity, are craggy and, more often than not, covered in deep snow. This area saw the most extensive mining in the park, and trails lead past old mines and ghost towns. Paradise Park is hidden in the peaks above Grand Lake. This rugged and wild area has no trails penetrating it. Rocky Mountain National Park History Evidence has shown that Native Americans have visited the area of the park for the last 10,000 years. Their influence in the region was limited, however, and their visits often transitory. The Ute Tribe visited the west side of the park, particularly around Grand Lake. The Arapaho visited and hunted in the Estes Park region. The Long Expedition, led by Stephen H. Long, for whom Longs Peak was named, visited the area in 1820, though they never entered the mountains. Joel Estes and his son stumbled across the meadows that eventually became Estes Park in 1859 while on a hunting expedition. He moved his family there in 1860 and raised cattle. He stayed only until 1866, forced out by long, harsh winters. In the next years, settlers and homesteaders staked their claims in the Estes Park region. Tourists, particularly those interested in climbing the high peaks of the region, appeared after this time. In 1880 a small mining rush began in the Never Summer Mountains. The mining town of Lulu City was established with great fanfare and promotion by the media, particularly by Fort Collins newspapers. The ore mined, however, was low grade; by 1883 the rush went bust, and most of the residents moved on. A satellite town, Dutchtown, was abandoned by 1884. Enos Mills, then a 14 year old boy, moved to Estes Park in 1884. He explored the mountains of the area and wrote many books and articles describing the region. He later supported the creation of Rocky Mountain National Park, and he split his time between the mountains he loved and the cities of the eastern United States, where he lobbied for the legislation to create the park. The legislation was drafted by James Grafton Rogers, a Denver lawyer and avid outdoorsman. Mills' original proposal for park boundaries went from Wyoming all the way down to the Mount Evans area, including areas such as the Indian Peaks Wilderness. Much of the land was favored for mining, logging, and other operations, however, so the proposed park was reduced to an area approximating the current park borders. The bill passed Congress and was signed by President Woodrow Wilson on January 26, 1915. A formal dedication ceremony was held on September 4, 1915 in Horseshoe Park. The park has expanded over the years, with the largest parcel — the Never Summer Range — added in 1929. The 1920s saw a boom in building lodges and roads in the park, culminating with the construction of Trail Ridge Road between 1929 and 1933. The Civilian Conservation Corps handled several building projects during the Great Depression and remnants of their camps can be found in the park today. Rocky Mountain National Park Activities On the Colorado River trail inside Rocky Mountain National Park Most visitors to the park drive over the famous Trail Ridge Road, but other scenic roads include Fall River Road and Bear Lake Road. Many visitors hike and backpack. The park contains a network of 349 miles (562 km) of trail and dozens of designated backcountry camp sites. Trails range from easy to strenuous. Many routes are off-trail and the hiker must be careful to leave no trace of their passage. Horseback riding is permitted on most trails. Some trails which are closed to horse traffic allow llamas as pack animals, because their smaller size and softer feet have a lower impact on trail erosion. Rock climbing and mountaineering have increased in recent years. Longs Peak, Hallett Peak and Lumpy Ridge, among others, are famous rock climbing areas. Many of the highest peaks have technical ice and rock routes on them, ranging from short scrambles to long multi-pitch climbs. In the winter, when the trails are covered in snow, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are popular. Backcountry-style Alpine, Alpine Touring and Telemark skiing can be found on the higher slopes. Fishing is found in the many lakes and streams in the park. Camping is allowed at several designated campgrounds. Sites of interest Bear Lake Chasm Lake Fall River Pass Grand Lake Milner Pass Mount Meeker Sprague Lake Trail Ridge Road Longs Peak Wild Basin ANNUAL ESTES PARK, COLORADO EVENTS... The Estes Park Duck Race Kicks Things Off May 3rd 2014 Heritage Festival - late August, first held in 2004 and now very much an annual event in Estes Park, transporting people back in time with a range of historical activities, such as wagons at the MacGregor Ranch, or a ride on a restored and fully-operational Stanley Steamer car John Denver Tribute Concert - mid- / late August, at Stanley Park's Rodeo Arena Fairgrounds, watched by large crowds each year Longs Peak Scottish / Irish Highland Festival - early September, datingback more than 30 years and generally known locally as simply the 'Scotfest', featuring huge marching bands with bagpipes, the Estes Tattoo, the Longs Peak Concert, and lots of kilts and sporrans! Based on the Estes Park Festival Field and also at the Municipal Building on Elkhorn Avenue Estes Park Film Festival - mid-September, attracting many international and local filmmakers, with screenings of all categories at the Park Theater, at the Stanley Hotel and also at the Lake Shore Lodge Autumn Gold - late September, a festival of live blues and folk music, hot food and cold beer, celebrating the arrival of the fall colors Elk Fest - early October, when visitors to Estes Park are able to observe local Elk during their rutting season. The Elk Festival also incorporates story telling, archery and other outdoor activities Holiday Parades - late November / early December, with Yuletide festivities, carnival processions of winter floats, and various seasonal choir concerts... COME JOIN IN THE FUN ! Getting AroundStep Out Your Front Door & 'Take A Walk On The Wild Side' Because Rocky Mountain National Park Is Only About A One Minute Walk Away (if that !) & Only About A 12 Minute Walk To The Beaver Meadows Visitor Center & The Free (Summer Time) Park Shuttle. Or You Can Hop Into Your Car & Head East For Only 2.5 Miles (Or About A 12 Minute Drive Depending On Elk Conditions ; ) & Find Yourself In Beautiful Downtown Estes Park, Offering Some Of The Best Entertainment, Shopping, Fine Dining, Wildlife Watching & Stunning Mountain Views To Be Found Anywhere In The World... Free Shuttle Buses ~ All aboard! The simplest and most stress-free way to steer through Estes Park is via the free shuttle system. The new downtown trolley and shuttle bus routes allow you to park the car, bus or RV at one of the major hubs and be on your way. You no longer need to listen to the GPS ‘recalculate' or to all five back-seat drivers offering advice on where to park. The five town shuttle routes and the Rocky Mountain National Park hiker shuttle are easy to navigate and will get you just about anywhere you want to go. Shuttle operates June 21 - September 7, 2014. Additional summer 2014 Estes Park Shuttle info coming soon. Rocky Mountain National Park Shuttles The Rocky Mountain National Park shuttles operate from late May through early October and offer hikers and day-trippers easy access to the most frequented areas of the park. Entry fees do apply and park passes are available for purchase at the Estes Park Visitor Center and the Rocky Mountain National Park Visitor Center. Due to construction on Bear Lake Rd., there may be delays for routes within the park. RMNP Shuttle Routes: Hiker Shuttle Express Route: Hourly from 6:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.; on the half-hour from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Operates along Moraine Ave./Hwy. 36 and Highway 7 Stops: Estes Park Visitor Center, Rocky Mountain National Park Beaver Meadows Visitor Center (A SHORT 10 MINUTE WALK FROM ALPENHUT and Rocky Mountain National Park Moraine Park Visitor Center) Moraine Park Route: Every 20 minutes from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Operates between Moraine Park Visitor Center and the Fern Lake area Stops: Moraine Park Visitor Center, Moraine Park Campground, C Loop, Cub Lake Trailhead and Fern Lake Bus Stop (near the Fern Lake Trailhead) Moraine Park Route: Every 15 minutes (construction permitting) from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Operates along Bear Lake Road Stops: Moraine Park Visitor Center, Hallowell Park, Bear Lake Road Park & Ride, Bierstadt Lake Trailhead, Glacier Gorge Trailhead and Bear Lake... Other Things to Note. About Estes Park & Rocky Mountain National Park Estes Park is a town in Larimer County, Colorado, United States. A popular summer resort and the location of the headquarters for Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park lies along the Big Thompson River. Estes Park had a population of 5,858 at the 2010 census. History The town is named after Missouri native Joel Estes, who founded the community in 1859. The town's outskirts include The Stanley Hotel. An example of Edwardian opulence, the 1909 building had Stephen King as a guest, inspiring him to change the locale for his novel The Shining from an amusement park to the Stanley's fictional stand-in, the Overlook Hotel. Estes Park was also the site of the organization of the Credit Union National Association, an important milestone in the history of American credit unions. Trail Ridge Road, the highest continuous highway in the United States, runs from Estes Park westward through Rocky Mountain National Park, reaching Grand Lake over the continental divide. Geography Estes Park sits at an elevation of 7,522 feet on the front range of the Rocky Mountains at the eastern entrance of the Rocky Mountain National Park. Its north, south and east extremities border the Roosevelt National Forest. Lumpy Ridge lies immediately north of Estes Park. According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 5.9 square miles (15 km2), of which 5.8 square miles (15 km2) is land and 0.1 square miles ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)%) is water. Three million tourists visit Rocky Mountain National Park each year; most use Estes Park as their base. Transportation The main airport serving Estes Park is Denver International Airport, located 75 miles southeast. Highways US 34 is an east-west highway that runs from Granby, Colorado to Berwyn, Illinois. In Colorado, it connects Estes Park to Loveland, Interstate 25, Greeley and Interstate 76 US 36 begins at the nearby Rocky Mountain National Park, running to Uhrichsville, Ohio, passing through Kansas, Missouri, Illinois and Indiana. State Highway 7 begins at the junction of US 36 and N St. Vrain Avenue in Estes Park and runs to Boulder, Lafayette and Brighton. Its northwestern segment is part of the Peak-to-Peak Scenic Byway. About Rocky Mountain National Park Rocky Mountain National Park is located in the north-central region of the U.S. state of Colorado. It features majestic mountain views, a variety of wildlife, varied climates and environments—from wooded forests to mountain tundra—and easy access to back-country trails and campsites. The park is located northwest of Boulder, Colorado, in the Rockies, and includes the Continental Divide and the headwaters of the Colorado River. The park has five visitor centers. The park headquarters, Beaver Meadows Visitor Center (An easy 12 minute walk from Alpenhaven), is a National Historic Landmark, designed by the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture at Taliesin West. The park may be accessed by three roads: U.S. Highway 34, 36, and State Highway 7. Highway 7 enters the park for less than a mile, where it provides access to the Lily Lake Visitor Center which is closed indefinitely. Farther south, spurs from route 7 lead to campgrounds and trail heads around Longs Peak and Wild Basin. Highway 36 enters the park on the east side, where it terminates after a few miles at Highway 34. Highway 34, known as Trail Ridge Road through the park, runs from the town of Estes Park on the east to Grand Lake on the southwest. The road reaches an elevation of 12,183 feet (3,713 m), and is closed by snow in winter. The California Zephyr serves Granby (near the west entrance of the park) by rail from Denver, crossing the Continental Divide through the Moffat Tunnel well south of the park. The park's website suggests Granby as an appropriate rail terminus for visitors, although it lies a good sixteen miles from the park without public transportation connections. The park is surrounded by Roosevelt National Forest on the north and east, Routt National Forest on the northwest, and Arapaho National Forest on the southwest. Geography Rocky Mountain National Park encompasses 265,761 acres (415.25 sq mi; (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)) of land in Colorado's northern Front Range. The park is split by the Continental Divide, which gives the eastern and western portions of the park a different character. The east side of the park tends to be drier, with heavily glaciated peaks and cirques. The west side of the park is wetter and more lush, with deep forests dominating. The park contains 359 miles (578 km) of trails, 150 lakes, and 450 miles (720 km) of streams. The park contains over 60 named peaks higher than 12,000 feet (3,700 m), and over one fourth of the park resides above tree line. The highest point of the park is Longs Peak, which rises to 14,259 feet (4,346 m; surveys before 2002 show 14,255 feet (4,345 m) above sea level. Longs Peak is the only fourteen thousand foot peak in the park. Several small glaciers and permanent snowfields are found in the high mountain cirques, including Andrews Glacier, Sprague Glacier, Tyndall Glacier, Taylor Glacier, Rowe Glacier, Mills Glacier, and Moomaw Glacier. Popular Areas The park is dominated by Longs Peak, which is visible from many vantage points, and has an elevation of 14,259 feet (4,346 m). Each year thousands of people attempt to scale it. The easiest route is the Keyhole Route, impassable to regular hikers in all but the hottest summer months due to snow and ice. This eight-mile (13 km) one-way climb has an elevation gain of 4,850 ft (1,480 m). The vast east face, including the area known as The Diamond, is home to many classic big wall rock climbing routes. Not All Leave Longs Peak Safe & Alive! There is a stone gazebo at the Keyhole formation with a plaque memorializing Agnes Vaille, a well-known climber in the 1920s. In January 1925, Vaille fell 100 ft (30 m) while descending the North Face. Vaille survived the fall with minor injuries, but was unable to walk. Her climbing partner, professional mountaineering guide Walter Kiener, went for help; but when rescuers arrived, Vaille had died of fatigue and hypothermia. Bear Lake, in the heart of the park, is a popular destination and trailhead. The lake lies below Hallett Peak and the Continental Divide. Several trails start from the lake, ranging from easy strolls to strenuous hikes. Bear Lake Road is open year round, though it may close temporarily due to bad weather. Trail Ridge Road connects the town of Estes Park in the east with Grand Lake in the west. The road reaches an altitude of 12,183 feet (3,713 m), with long stretches above tree line. Following Trail Ridge Road upward for 1,000 feet is akin to driving 600 miles north from the park in reference to changes in climate and vegetation. It passes the Alpine Visitors' Center, a popular destination, and crosses the Continental Divide at Milner Pass. Numerous short interpretive trails and pullouts along the road serve to educate the visitor on the history, geography, and ecology of the park. The southern area of the park is Wild Basin, a wild and remote region. Several trails cross the area and backpacking it is popular. The Mummy Range is a short mountain range in the north of the park. The Mummies tend to be gentler and more forested than the other peaks in the park, though some slopes are rugged and heavily glaciated, particularly around Ypsilon Mountain and Mummy Mountain. The snow-capped Never Summer Mountains are found in the west side of the park. Here the south-trending Continental Divide takes a brief sharp northward loop, which creates an interesting reverse scenario, where the Pacific Basin is on the east side of the divide and the Atlantic Basin on the west. The mountains themselves, the result of volcanic activity, are craggy and, more often than not, covered in deep snow. This area saw the most extensive mining in the park, and trails lead past old mines and ghost towns. Paradise Park is hidden in the peaks above Grand Lake. This rugged and wild area has no trails penetrating it. Rocky Mountain National Park History Evidence has shown that Native Americans have visited the area of the park for the last 10,000 years. Their influence in the region was limited, however, and their visits often transitory. The Ute Tribe visited the west side of the park, particularly around Grand Lake. The Arapaho visited and hunted in the Estes Park region. The Long Expedition, led by Stephen H. Long, for whom Longs Peak was named, visited the area in 1820, though they never entered the mountains. Joel Estes and his son stumbled across the meadows that eventually became Estes Park in 1859 while on a hunting expedition. He moved his family there in 1860 and raised cattle. He stayed only until 1866, forced out by long, harsh winters. In the next years, settlers and homesteaders staked their claims in the Estes Park region. Tourists, particularly those interested in climbing the high peaks of the region, appeared after this time. In 1880 a small mining rush began in the Never Summer Mountains. The mining town of Lulu City was established with great fanfare and promotion by the media, particularly by Fort Collins newspapers. The ore mined, however, was low grade; by 1883 the rush went bust, and most of the residents moved on. A satellite town, Dutchtown, was abandoned by 1884. Enos Mills, then a 14 year old boy, moved to Estes Park in 1884. He explored the mountains of the area and wrote many books and articles describing the region. He later supported the creation of Rocky Mountain National Park, and he split his time between the mountains he loved and the cities of the eastern United States, where he lobbied for the legislation to create the park. The legislation was drafted by James Grafton Rogers, a Denver lawyer and avid outdoorsman. Mills' original proposal for park boundaries went from Wyoming all the way down to the Mount Evans area, including areas such as the Indian Peaks Wilderness. Much of the land was favored for mining, logging, and other operations, however, so the proposed park was reduced to an area approximating the current park borders. The bill passed Congress and was signed by President Woodrow Wilson on January 26, 1915. A formal dedication ceremony was held on September 4, 1915 in Horseshoe Park. The park has expanded over the years, with the largest parcel — the Never Summer Range — added in 1929. The 1920s saw a boom in building lodges and roads in the park, culminating with the construction of Trail Ridge Road between 1929 and 1933. The Civilian Conservation Corps handled several building projects during the Great Depression and remnants of their camps can be found in the park today. Rocky Mountain National Park Activities On the Colorado River trail inside Rocky Mountain National Park Most visitors to the park drive over the famous Trail Ridge Road, but other scenic roads include Fall River Road and Bear Lake Road. Many visitors hike and backpack. The park contains a network of 349 miles (562 km) of trail and dozens of designated backcountry camp sites. Trails range from easy to strenuous. Many routes are off-trail and the hiker must be careful to leave no trace of their passage. Horseback riding is permitted on most trails. Some trails which are closed to horse traffic allow llamas as pack animals, because their smaller size and softer feet have a lower impact on trail erosion. Rock climbing and mountaineering have increased in recent years. Longs Peak, Hallett Peak and Lumpy Ridge, among others, are famous rock climbing areas. Many of the highest peaks have technical ice and rock routes on them, ranging from short scrambles to long multi-pitch climbs. In the winter, when the trails are covered in snow, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are popular. Backcountry-style Alpine, Alpine Touring and Telemark skiing can be found on the higher slopes. Fishing is found in the many lakes and streams in the park. Camping is allowed at several designated campgrounds. Sites of interest Bear Lake Chasm Lake Fall River Pass Grand Lake Milner Pass Mount Meeker Sprague Lake Trail Ridge Road Longs Peak Wild Basin ANNUAL ESTES PARK, COLORADO EVENTS... The Estes Park Duck Race Kicks Things Off May 3rd 2014 Heritage Festival - late August, first held in 2004 and now very much an annual event in Estes Park, transporting people back in time with a range of historical activities, such as wagons at the MacGregor Ranch, or a ride on a restored and fully-operational Stanley Steamer car John Denver Tribute Concert - mid- / late August, at Stanley Park's Rodeo Arena Fairgrounds, watched by large crowds each year Longs Peak Scottish / Irish Highland Festival - early September, datingback more than 30 years and generally known locally as simply the 'Scotfest', featuring huge marching bands with bagpipes, the Estes Tattoo, the Longs Peak Concert, and lots of kilts and sporrans! Based on the Estes Park Festival Field and also at the Municipal Building on Elkhorn Avenue Estes Park Film Festival - mid-September, attracting many international and local filmmakers, with screenings of all categories at the Park Theater, at the Stanley Hotel and also at the Lake Shore Lodge Autumn Gold - late September, a festival of live blues and folk music, hot food and cold beer, celebrating the arrival of the fall colors Elk Fest - early October, when visitors to Estes Park are able to observe local Elk during their rutting season. The Elk Festival also incorporates story telling, archery and other outdoor activities Holiday Parades - late November / early December, with Yuletide festivities, carnival processions of winter floats, and various seasonal choir concerts... COME JOIN IN THE FUN !
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The SpaceQueen bed in the living area. Kitchen includes a 2-burner stove, mini-fridge and microwave, no oven. Common laundry area is available. No fireplace. No patio/deck. About 600 sq. ft. Maximum occupancy 2. This property has a range of other unit sizes available -- and they're all listed on Air BnB. Some of the photos above may be of the different-sized units. All units are done in the same style at the same time. Unit Amenities · Internet access (fee applicable) · Satellite TV · DVD player · Stereo with CD · Telephone · Washer and dryer (except in studios and 1-bedrooms) · Iron and ironing board · Hairdryer Resort Amenities · Picnic grounds · Outdoor heated pool (seasonal) · Three outdoor hot tubs · Fitness center · On-site laundry · Game room · Coin operated vending machines · Coin operated games · Video rental Resort Overview A beautiful dry climate, 300 days of sunshine per year, stunning mountain vistas, friendly people and a charming downtown. Estes Park is a small town with a lot to love. Music festivals, Christmas parades, art shows and rodeos fill out an active social calendar, and quiet green spaces for picnicking abound. Plus, the town sits at the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park, giving you access to one of the finest parks in the United States. The inspiring peaks and dizzying valleys will lift your spirits and stir your imagination. It's no wonder Estes Park is a favorite year-round destination. Cabin living at Estes Park doesn't mean rustic—you can choose from studio units with small kitchenettes to three-bedroom cabins with full kitchens and gas fireplaces. Plus, your resort is situated on the Big Thompson River, and wildlife surrounds you. Take a walk to the river's edge to fish for trout, or pack a lunch and spread out on the spacious lawns. And don't be surprised if you see and elk or two from your window or porch. Guest AccessAll resort amenities. Interaction with GuestsHost lives off-site. Resort is staffed. The NeighborhoodLocal Activities · Rock Climbing · Golf · Hiking/trail running · Mountain biking · Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing · Museums · Dinner Theater · Miniature Golf · Fly fishing · Horseback Riding · Rocky Mountain National Park · Peak to Peak highway Popular Attractions Rocky Mountain National Park The park boasts more than 359 hiking and horseback trails, and offers endless opportunities for fly fishers, bird watchers and photographers. Colorado Bicycling Adventures Forgot your bike? No worries. Colorado Bicycling Adventures offers mountain and road bike rentals. Off-road, down hill and multi-activity tours are also available. For more information, call ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) mi. Estes Park Museum Learn about Estes Park’s earliest inhabitants—from the Ute, Shoshone and Comanche, to the early explorers in the mid 1800s. See a Stanley Steamer and hear about F.O. Stanley who built the Stanley Hotel—the inspiration for The Shining, Stephen King’s blockbuster horror flick. Open: 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon.-Sat., 1-5 p.m., Sun. (May-Oct.); 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Fri. & Sat., 1-5 p.m., Sun. (Nov.-Apr.). 2.34 mi. Annual Festivals January: Winter Festival, Winter Trail Days February: Trails in The Rockies, Imagine This (kid-oriented), Jazz Festival and Art Walk (one event) May: Remembrance June: Wool Market Festival, Estes Park Marathon, Scandinavian Summer Festival July: 4th of July Festival, Rooftop Rodeo August: Heritage Festival September: John Denver Tribute, Plein Air Rockies, Labor day Arts & Crafts Festival, Scottish/Irish Festival, Film Festival, Autumn Festival October: Elk Festival November: Parade of Lights Getting AroundAirports · Denver (DEN) 77 mi · Fort Collins-Loveland Municipal Airport (FNL) 39.5 mi
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The SpaceAt the Golden Leaf Inn, we want your stay to be a unique experience that meets your needs and desires. In the spirit of creating your individual experience, a full gourmet, complementary breakfast is served at the time you request and may be enjoyed indoors or outdoors as allowed by the weather. We welcome guests to stay in the Long View Room, which is a warm front room, home to original 1922 lighting fixtures and made comfortable by a Queen Sleep Number bed, a settee and antique writing desk. The Long View Room includes a walk-in closet and shares a bathroom with the Romantic Rose room. The Long View Room is one of four beautifully decorated rooms, each of which boasts inspiring mountain views, creative touches and delightful comforts. Please visit (website hidden) for a full description of rooms available at this exquisite bed & breakfast. Guest Access• Living Room: warmed on cool evenings by a wood burning fireplace, the living room is home to a baby grand piano and lush seating and is the perfect place to enjoy coffee and a newspaper or wine and a conversation. • Library: our upstairs library is beautifully furnished with 2 bustle back chairs, a settee and electric fireplace and is a cozy place to steal away with a good book or enjoy our free wifi. • Patios: breathe in the rejuvenating mountain air while reclining in one of our many outdoor seating areas. • Home Theater: relax in the family style home theater basement and watch a movie, tv or choose an activity from our game collection. Interaction with GuestsThe Golden Leaf Inn was created to be an atmosphere of peace and rest where individuals can retreat to reconnect with their dreams and experience wholeness in a deeper way. If social interaction is part of the memory that you wish to produce, we are more than happy to top off our gourmet, complementary breakfast with meaningful and informative conversation. The NeighborhoodWe are settled on 5 acres just a 10 minute was to down town. We are within city limits yet feel like we are out of town. Views are some of the best in town. Getting AroundThere is a side walk to downtown, makes an easy 10 minute stroll. During the summer season there is a free trolley stop just at the bottom of the hill Other Things to NoteAll taxes and fees are included in room rate. A full breakfast is complementary.
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The SpaceKing bed in the master bedroom, a queen or two twin beds in the second bedroom, and a queen sleeper sofa in living area. Fireplace. Washer and dryer. Partial kitchen and no balcony. Maximum occupancy 6. If you'd prefer a full kitchen, please take a look at my Two-Bedroom Deluxe: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/890617 This property has a range of other unit sizes available -- and they're all listed on Air BnB. Some of the photos above may be of the different-sized units. All units are done in the same style at the same time. Resort Overview A beautiful dry climate, 300 days of sunshine per year, stunning mountain vistas, friendly people and a charming downtown. Estes Park is a small town with a lot to love. Music festivals, Christmas parades, art shows and rodeos fill out an active social calendar, and quiet green spaces for picnicking abound. Plus, the town sits at the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park, giving you access to one of the finest parks in the United States. The inspiring peaks and dizzying valleys will lift your spirits and stir your imagination. It's no wonder Estes Park is a favorite year-round destination. Cabin living at Estes Park doesn't mean rustic—you can choose from studio units with small kitchenettes to three-bedroom cabins with full kitchens and gas fireplaces. Plus, your resort is situated on the Big Thompson River, and wildlife surrounds you. Take a walk to the river's edge to fish for trout, or pack a lunch and spread out on the spacious lawns. And don't be surprised if you see and elk or two from your window or porch. Popular Attractions Rocky Mountain National Park The park boasts more than 359 hiking and horseback trails, and offers endless opportunities for fly fishers, bird watchers and photographers. Colorado Bicycling Adventures Forgot your bike? No worries. Colorado Bicycling Adventures offers mountain and road bike rentals. Off-road, down hill and multi-activity tours are also available. For more information, call ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) mi. Estes Park Museum Learn about Estes Park’s earliest inhabitants—from the Ute, Shoshone and Comanche, to the early explorers in the mid 1800s. See a Stanley Steamer and hear about F.O. Stanley who built the Stanley Hotel—the inspiration for The Shining, Stephen King’s blockbuster horror flick. Open: 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon.-Sat., 1-5 p.m., Sun. (May-Oct.); 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Fri. & Sat., 1-5 p.m., Sun. (Nov.-Apr.). 2.34 mi. Annual Festivals January: Winter Festival, Winter Trail Days February: Trails in The Rockies, Imagine This (kid-oriented), Jazz Festival and Art Walk (one event) May: Remembrance June: Wool Market Festival, Estes Park Marathon, Scandinavian Summer Festival July: 4th of July Festival, Rooftop Rodeo August: Heritage Festival September: John Denver Tribute, Plein Air Rockies, Labor day Arts & Crafts Festival, Scottish/Irish Festival, Film Festival, Autumn Festival October: Elk Festival November: Parade of Lights Unit Amenities · Internet access (fee applicable) · Gas fireplace · Satellite TV · DVD player · Stereo with CD · Telephone · Washer and dryer · Iron and ironing board · Hairdryer Resort Amenities · Picnic grounds · Outdoor heated pool (seasonal) · Three outdoor hot tubs · Fitness center · On-site laundry for studios and 1-bedroom units · Game room · Coin operated vending machines · Coin operated games · Video rental Local Activities · Rock Climbing · Golf · Hiking/trail running · Mountain biking · Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing · Museums · Dinner Theater · Miniature Golf · Fly fishing · Horseback Riding · Rocky Mountain National Park · Peak to Peak highway Airports · Denver (DEN) 77 mi · Fort Collins-Loveland Municipal Airport (FNL) 39.5 mi
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The SpaceThe Historic Crags Lodge is everything you would hope to find in a quiet, quaint Colorado retreat. While the lodge retains its historic, rustic charm, it has a modern appeal, as well as most of the amenities you will find anywhere else. Discover, enjoy and fall in love with The Historic Crags Lodge. When you stay here, it is like becoming part of an ongoing family history that began nearly 100 years ago. Discover comfort in our 1 bedroom unit, featuring a queen size bed, sleeper sofa and a well-appointed bathroom. Enjoy the convenience of the kitchen equipped with a mini refrigerator, stove top burners, microwave, coffee maker and many other essentials. Additional in-room amenities include cable television, flat screen TV, DVD/VCR player, wireless internet, telephone, i-Home clock radios, and on-site complimentary laundry facilities. General Room Amenities Alarm Clock Balcony or Patio (some rooms) Ceiling Fans Dining Room Table Flashlight Iron and Ironing Board Queen Bed Safe Sleeper Sofa Telephone Voicemail Wi-Fi (Complimentary) Accommodation Entertainment DVD Player iPod Dock Television: Cable TV Partial Kitchen Blender Coffee Maker Cooking Utensils Dishes Kitchenette Microwave Mini Refrigerator Silverware Toaster Two Burner Stove Top Bathroom Amenities Full Bath Hair Dryer Accommodation Details Maximum Occupancy: 4 Private Occupancy: 2 Guest AccessIn addition to an outdoor pool, The Historic Crags Lodge provides a spa tub and a seasonal outdoor pool. The resort offers a restaurant & a bar/lounge, both on site where guests can eat dinner & unwind with a drink. A computer station is located on site and high-speed wired and wireless Internet access is complimentary. The resort also offers barbecue grills, coffee/tea in the lobby, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. The Historic Crags Lodge is a smoke-free property. The Historic Crags Lodge Services & Amenities Spa tub 24-hour front desk Number of floors - 4 Bar/lounge Barbecue grill(s) Coffee/tea in lobby Complimentary newspapers in lobby Elevator/lift Express check-out Fireplace in lobby Computer station Billiards or pool table Free Wi-Fi Laundry facilities One meeting room Onsite Restaurant Free self parking Smoke-free property Outdoor seasonal pool Television in lobby Wedding services Free wired high-speed Internet Interaction with GuestsStaff is available 24 hours a day to assist you! : ) The NeighborhoodThe beautiful Historic Crags Lodge is located in Estes Park, Colorado, which is known as 'The Gateway to the Rockies'. Aside from the stunning and breathtaking scenery you will experience, you can get quite a sampling of wildlife. The Rockies are known for a great abundance of elk, deer, bighorn sheep, black bear and much more. Though many come to enjoy outdoor adventure activities, simply watching the wildlife can be one of the best ways to enjoy this area. What you can do depends on the time of year you visit. Colorado winters are famous for the best snow for skiing, sledding or snowboarding. Other times of the year you may enjoy rock climbing, fishing, hiking, biking and horseback riding along the guided trails. There are plenty of water activities to enjoy, aside from fishing. You may want to boat, go rafting, enjoy a kayak or canoe, or find a spot to water ski or wakeboard. If you need a break from all of the outdoor activities around The Historic Crags Lodge, take some time to shop, dine or hit the town. The environment here is rich with culture and heritage. You can find plenty of shopping, different restaurants or even fun festivals to kick off the start of each new season. The Historic Crags Lodge is everything you would hope to find in a quiet, quaint Colorado retreat. While the lodge retains its historic, rustic charm, it has a modern appeal, as well as most of the amenities you will find anywhere else. Other Things to NotePrice does not include standard resort fees ($5.00) due/payable at the time of check in.
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The SpaceDiscover comfort in our studio unit, featuring a queen size bed, sleeper sofa and a well-appointed bathroom. Enjoy the convenience of the kitchen equipped with a mini refrigerator, stove top burners, microwave, coffee maker and many other essentials. Additional in-room amenities include cable television, flat screen TV, DVD/VCR player, wireless internet, telephone, i-Home clock radios, and on-site complimentary laundry facilities. General Room Amenities Alarm Clock Ceiling Fans Dining Room Table Flashlight Iron and Ironing Board Queen Bed Safe Telephone Voicemail Wi-Fi (Complimentary) Accommodation Entertainment DVD Player iPod Dock Television: Cable TV Accommodation Details Maximum Occupancy: 2 Private Occupancy: 2 Partial Kitchen Coffee Maker Cooking Utensils Dishes Kitchenette Microwave Mini Refrigerator Silverware Toaster Two Burner Stove Top Bathroom Amenities Full Bath Hair Dryer Guest AccessThe Historic Crags Lodge Services & Amenities Spa tub 24-hour front desk Number of floors - 4 Bar/lounge Barbecue grill(s) Coffee/tea in lobby Complimentary newspapers in lobby Elevator/lift Express check-out Fireplace in lobby Computer station Billiards or pool table Free Wi-Fi Laundry facilities One meeting room Onsite Restaurant Free self parking Smoke-free property Outdoor seasonal pool Television in lobby Wedding services Free wired high-speed Internet In addition to an outdoor pool, The Historic Crags Lodge provides a spa tub and a seasonal outdoor pool. The resort offers a restaurant & a bar/lounge, both on site where guests can eat dinner & unwind with a drink. A computer station is located on site and high-speed wired and wireless Internet access is complimentary. The resort also offers barbecue grills, coffee/tea in the lobby, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. The Historic Crags Lodge is a smoke-free property. Interaction with GuestsStaff is available 24 hours a day to assist you! : ) The NeighborhoodAt The Historic Crags Lodge you'll get a real sense of history combined with the very essence of some of the most spectacular and picturesque panoramas nature has to offer. Ideally located in the heart of Estes Park on the north side of Prospect Mountain, this serene retreat getaway is only 12 miles from the famous Rocky Mountain National Park. The 'Crags' has truly established itself as part of the history of this area, first opening its doors on the fourth of July 1914. This makes The Historic Crags Lodge the third oldest lodge in Estes Park. The founder of the Lodge, Joe Mills, and his brother Enos were largely responsible for establishing the Rocky Mountain National Park. The beautiful Historic Crags Lodge is located in Estes Park, Colorado, which is known as 'The Gateway to the Rockies'. Aside from the stunning and breathtaking scenery you will experience, you can get quite a sampling of wildlife. The Rockies are known for a great abundance of elk, deer, bighorn sheep, black bear and much more. Though many come to enjoy outdoor adventure activities, simply watching the wildlife can be one of the best ways to enjoy this area. What you can do depends on the time of year you visit. Colorado winters are famous for the best snow for skiing, sledding or snowboarding. Other times of the year you may enjoy rock climbing, fishing, hiking, biking and horseback riding along the guided trails. There are plenty of water activities to enjoy, aside from fishing. You may want to boat, go rafting, enjoy a kayak or canoe, or find a spot to water ski or wakeboard. If you need a break from all of the outdoor activities around The Historic Crags Lodge, take some time to shop, dine or hit the town. The environment here is rich with culture and heritage. You can find plenty of shopping, different restaurants or even fun festivals to kick off the start of each new season. The Historic Crags Lodge is everything you would hope to find in a quiet, quaint Colorado retreat. While the lodge retains its historic, rustic charm, it has a modern appeal, as well as most of the amenities you will find anywhere else. Discover, enjoy and fall in love with The Historic Crags Lodge. When you stay here, it is like becoming part of an ongoing family history that began nearly 100 years ago. Other Things to NotePrice does not include standard resort fees ($5.00) due/payable at the time of check in.
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The SpaceKing bed in the master bedroom, a queen bed in the second bedroom, two twin beds in the third bedroom, and a sleeper sofa in living area. View of the river and jetted tub in master bathroom. Full kitchen, fireplace, and washer/dryer. No air conditioning. Maximum occupancy 8. This property has a range of other unit sizes available -- and they're all listed on Air BnB. Some of the photos above may be of the different-sized units. All units are done in the same style at the same time. Resort Overview A beautiful dry climate, 300 days of sunshine per year, stunning mountain vistas, friendly people and a charming downtown. Estes Park is a small town with a lot to love. Music festivals, Christmas parades, art shows and rodeos fill out an active social calendar, and quiet green spaces for picnicking abound. Plus, the town sits at the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park, giving you access to one of the finest parks in the United States. The inspiring peaks and dizzying valleys will lift your spirits and stir your imagination. It's no wonder Estes Park is a favorite year-round destination. Cabin living at Estes Park doesn't mean rustic—you can choose from studio units with small kitchenettes to three-bedroom cabins with full kitchens and gas fireplaces. Plus, your resort is situated on the Big Thompson River, and wildlife surrounds you. Take a walk to the river's edge to fish for trout, or pack a lunch and spread out on the spacious lawns. And don't be surprised if you see and elk or two from your window or porch. Popular Attractions Rocky Mountain National Park The park boasts more than 359 hiking and horseback trails, and offers endless opportunities for fly fishers, bird watchers and photographers. Colorado Bicycling Adventures Forgot your bike? No worries. Colorado Bicycling Adventures offers mountain and road bike rentals. Off-road, down hill and multi-activity tours are also available. For more information, call ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) mi. Estes Park Museum Learn about Estes Park’s earliest inhabitants—from the Ute, Shoshone and Comanche, to the early explorers in the mid 1800s. See a Stanley Steamer and hear about F.O. Stanley who built the Stanley Hotel—the inspiration for The Shining, Stephen King’s blockbuster horror flick. Open: 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon.-Sat., 1-5 p.m., Sun. (May-Oct.); 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Fri. & Sat., 1-5 p.m., Sun. (Nov.-Apr.). 2.34 mi. Annual Festivals January: Winter Festival, Winter Trail Days February: Trails in The Rockies, Imagine This (kid-oriented), Jazz Festival and Art Walk (one event) May: Remembrance June: Wool Market Festival, Estes Park Marathon, Scandinavian Summer Festival July: 4th of July Festival, Rooftop Rodeo August: Heritage Festival September: John Denver Tribute, Plein Air Rockies, Labor day Arts & Crafts Festival, Scottish/Irish Festival, Film Festival, Autumn Festival October: Elk Festival November: Parade of Lights Unit Amenities · Internet access (fee applicable) · Gas fireplace · Satellite TV · DVD player · Stereo with CD · Telephone · Washer and dryer · Iron and ironing board · Hairdryer Resort Amenities · Picnic grounds · Outdoor heated pool (seasonal) · Three outdoor hot tubs · Fitness center · Game room · Coin operated vending machines · Coin operated games · Video rental Local Activities · Rock Climbing · Golf · Hiking/trail running · Mountain biking · Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing · Museums · Dinner Theater · Miniature Golf · Fly fishing · Horseback Riding · Rocky Mountain National Park · Peak to Peak highway Airports · Denver (DEN) 77 mi · Fort Collins-Loveland Municipal Airport (FNL) 39.5 mi
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The SpaceKing or queen bed in the master bedroom and a queen sleeper sofa in living area. There is a fireplace. Kitchen has 2-burner stove, mini-fridge, and microwave. Common laundry area is available. No air conditioning. Maximum occupancy 4. This property has a range of other unit sizes available -- and they're all listed on Air BnB. Some of the photos above may be of the different-sized units. All units are done in the same style at the same time. Resort Overview A beautiful dry climate, 300 days of sunshine per year, stunning mountain vistas, friendly people and a charming downtown. Estes Park is a small town with a lot to love. Music festivals, Christmas parades, art shows and rodeos fill out an active social calendar, and quiet green spaces for picnicking abound. Plus, the town sits at the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park, giving you access to one of the finest parks in the United States. The inspiring peaks and dizzying valleys will lift your spirits and stir your imagination. It's no wonder Estes Park is a favorite year-round destination. Cabin living at Estes Park doesn't mean rustic—you can choose from studio units with small kitchenettes to three-bedroom cabins with full kitchens and gas fireplaces. Plus, your resort is situated on the Big Thompson River, and wildlife surrounds you. Take a walk to the river's edge to fish for trout, or pack a lunch and spread out on the spacious lawns. And don't be surprised if you see and elk or two from your window or porch. Popular Attractions Rocky Mountain National Park The park boasts more than 359 hiking and horseback trails, and offers endless opportunities for fly fishers, bird watchers and photographers. Colorado Bicycling Adventures Forgot your bike? No worries. Colorado Bicycling Adventures offers mountain and road bike rentals. Off-road, down hill and multi-activity tours are also available. For more information, call ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) mi. Estes Park Museum Learn about Estes Park’s earliest inhabitants—from the Ute, Shoshone and Comanche, to the early explorers in the mid 1800s. See a Stanley Steamer and hear about F.O. Stanley who built the Stanley Hotel—the inspiration for The Shining, Stephen King’s blockbuster horror flick. Open: 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon.-Sat., 1-5 p.m., Sun. (May-Oct.); 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Fri. & Sat., 1-5 p.m., Sun. (Nov.-Apr.). 2.34 mi. Annual Festivals January: Winter Festival, Winter Trail Days February: Trails in The Rockies, Imagine This (kid-oriented), Jazz Festival and Art Walk (one event) May: Remembrance June: Wool Market Festival, Estes Park Marathon, Scandinavian Summer Festival July: 4th of July Festival, Rooftop Rodeo August: Heritage Festival September: John Denver Tribute, Plein Air Rockies, Labor day Arts & Crafts Festival, Scottish/Irish Festival, Film Festival, Autumn Festival October: Elk Festival November: Parade of Lights Unit Amenities · Internet access (fee applicable) · Gas fireplace · Satellite TV · DVD player · Stereo with CD · Telephone · Iron and ironing board · Hairdryer Resort Amenities · Picnic grounds · Outdoor heated pool (seasonal) · Three outdoor hot tubs · Fitness center · On-site laundry · Game room · Coin operated vending machines · Coin operated games · Video rental Local Activities · Rock Climbing · Golf · Hiking/trail running · Mountain biking · Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing · Museums · Dinner Theater · Miniature Golf · Fly fishing · Horseback Riding · Rocky Mountain National Park · Peak to Peak highway Airports · Denver (DEN) 77 mi · Fort Collins-Loveland Municipal Airport (FNL) 39.5 mi
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The SpaceWelcome To Alpenhaven Cabin Located On The Romantic Edge Of Estes Park & Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado USA. Alpenhaven Cabin Description Romantic Alpenhaven Bedroom Comfortable Queen Size Pillow-Top Bed With Night Stands & Tiffany Style Reading Lamps Romantic Mountain Themed Bedding With Ample Pillows Alpenhut's 10.5" profile Trinidad model bed has Visco Elastic Memory Foam that offers superior pressure relief that can dramatically diminish tossing and turning for a more restful sleep pattern. Covered with a beautifully detailed quilted knit cover with a corded edge and coordinating knit sides for breathability. Stretch knit fibers are designed to work with the memory foam layers to optimize its contouring properties. The top layer features Memory Foam that conforms to the contours of your body. Tossing and turning are dramatically diminished and disrupted sleep patterns greatly eliminated. Two layers of Comfort Foam eliminate uncomfortable pressure points and adjusts itself based on your own body temperature and weight. Individually wrapped coil innersprings move independently and reduce the sensation of movement on a bed therefore providing contouring comfort and support for an undisturbed night Bed Features: • Helps relieve pressure and reduce back pain • Memory foam reduces pressure points between shoulders, neck and back • Aids in increasing circulation which can provide a deeper and more restful sleep :-) Duraflame Electric Fireplace For Warmth &/Or Ambiance ; ) Rocky Mountain Style Art & Decor Direct TV on 24' HD TV Closet Comfortable Living Room Library With Good Rocky Mountain Book Selection Large Picture Windows With Stunning Views Foldout Wood Dining Table & Chairs Rocky Mountain Style Art & Decor Rustic Pine Coffee Table Direct TV on 32 HD Smart TV Couch Fully Equipped Kitchen Sink With Dish Drying Rack Plenty Of Cabinet Space Full Size Refrigerator Gas Stove & Oven Cooking Utensils Microwave Oven Coffee Maker Coffee Press Pots & Pans Silverware Tea Kettle Toaster Private Bathroom & Changing Room Rocky Mountain Style Fittings & Fixtures Designer Towels & Washcloths Shower With Massage Built In Armoire Washer & Dryer Oak Vanity Throne Outside Alpenhaven Cottage Private Deck With Table, Chairs & View Romantic Swing Set For Two with View Private Jetted Hot Springs Hot Tub Private Yard Space Private Parking Bird Feeders Wild Flowers Everyday Alpenhaven Wildlife Large Variety Of Wild Birds Humming Birds Chipmunks Mule Deer Squirrels Elk & Occasionally we get visits by Black Bears, Mountain Lions, Bobcats, Coyotes, Badgers & 'Some' Say Rocky Mountain Sasquatches AKA Bigfoot's (Ask Us About 'Giant-Track Mountain')! Free (((WiFi))) Guest AccessAlpenhaven Cabin And All It Provides, The Fenced In Cabin Grounds, The Private Outside Seating Areas, The Private Hot Tub, The Private Gas Grill & Private Parking Interaction with GuestsAs Much Or As Little As Is Required ;-) The NeighborhoodAbout Estes Park & Rocky Mountain National Park Estes Park is a town in Larimer County, Colorado, United States. A popular summer resort and the location of the headquarters for Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park lies along the Big Thompson River. Estes Park had a population of 5,858 at the 2010 census. History The town is named after Missouri native Joel Estes, who founded the community in 1859. The town's outskirts include The Stanley Hotel. An example of Edwardian opulence, the 1909 building had Stephen King as a guest, inspiring him to change the locale for his novel The Shining from an amusement park to the Stanley's fictional stand-in, the Overlook Hotel. Estes Park was also the site of the organization of the Credit Union National Association, an important milestone in the history of American credit unions. Trail Ridge Road, the highest continuous highway in the United States, runs from Estes Park westward through Rocky Mountain National Park, reaching Grand Lake over the continental divide. Geography Estes Park sits at an elevation of 7,522 feet on the front range of the Rocky Mountains at the eastern entrance of the Rocky Mountain National Park. Its location is (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)″W. Its north, south and east extremities border the Roosevelt National Forest. Lumpy Ridge lies immediately north of Estes Park. According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 5.9 square miles (15 km2), of which 5.8 square miles (15 km2) is land and 0.1 square miles ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)%) is water. Three million tourists visit Rocky Mountain National Park each year; most use Estes Park as their base. Transportation The main airport serving Estes Park is Denver International Airport, located 75 miles southeast. Highways US 34 is an east-west highway that runs from Granby, Colorado to Berwyn, Illinois. In Colorado, it connects Estes Park to Loveland, Interstate 25, Greeley and Interstate 76 US 36 begins at the nearby Rocky Mountain National Park, running to Uhrichsville, Ohio, passing through Kansas, Missouri, Illinois and Indiana. State Highway 7 begins at the junction of US 36 and N St. Vrain Avenue in Estes Park and runs to Boulder, Lafayette and Brighton. Its northwestern segment is part of the Peak-to-Peak Scenic Byway. About Rocky Mountain National Park Rocky Mountain National Park is located in the north-central region of the U.S. state of Colorado. It features majestic mountain views, a variety of wildlife, varied climates and environments—from wooded forests to mountain tundra—and easy access to back-country trails and campsites. The park is located northwest of Boulder, Colorado, in the Rockies, and includes the Continental Divide and the headwaters of the Colorado River. The park has five visitor centers. The park headquarters, Beaver Meadows Visitor Center (An easy 12 minute walk from Alpenhaven), is a National Historic Landmark, designed by the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture at Taliesin West. The park may be accessed by three roads: U.S. Highway 34, 36, and State Highway 7. Highway 7 enters the park for less than a mile, where it provides access to the Lily Lake Visitor Center which is closed indefinitely. Farther south, spurs from route 7 lead to campgrounds and trail heads around Longs Peak and Wild Basin. Highway 36 enters the park on the east side, where it terminates after a few miles at Highway 34. Highway 34, known as Trail Ridge Road through the park, runs from the town of Estes Park on the east to Grand Lake on the southwest. The road reaches an elevation of 12,183 feet (3,713 m), and is closed by snow in winter. The California Zephyr serves Granby (near the west entrance of the park) by rail from Denver, crossing the Continental Divide through the Moffat Tunnel well south of the park. The park's website suggests Granby as an appropriate rail terminus for visitors, although it lies a good sixteen miles from the park without public transportation connections. The park is surrounded by Roosevelt National Forest on the north and east, Routt National Forest on the northwest, and Arapaho National Forest on the southwest. Geography Rocky Mountain National Park encompasses 265,761 acres (415.25 sq mi; (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)) of land in Colorado's northern Front Range. The park is split by the Continental Divide, which gives the eastern and western portions of the park a different character. The east side of the park tends to be drier, with heavily glaciated peaks and cirques. The west side of the park is wetter and more lush, with deep forests dominating. The park contains 359 miles (578 km) of trails, 150 lakes, and 450 miles (720 km) of streams. The park contains over 60 named peaks higher than 12,000 feet (3,700 m), and over one fourth of the park resides above tree line. The highest point of the park is Longs Peak, which rises to 14,259 feet (4,346 m; surveys before 2002 show 14,255 feet (4,345 m) above sea level. Longs Peak is the only fourteen thousand foot peak in the park. Several small glaciers and permanent snowfields are found in the high mountain cirques, including Andrews Glacier, Sprague Glacier, Tyndall Glacier, Taylor Glacier, Rowe Glacier, Mills Glacier, and Moomaw Glacier. Popular Areas The park is dominated by Longs Peak, which is visible from many vantage points, and has an elevation of 14,259 feet (4,346 m). Each year thousands of people attempt to scale it. The easiest route is the Keyhole Route, impassable to regular hikers in all but the hottest summer months due to snow and ice. This eight-mile (13 km) one-way climb has an elevation gain of 4,850 ft (1,480 m). The vast east face, including the area known as The Diamond, is home to many classic big wall rock climbing routes. Not All Leave Longs Peak Safe & Alive! There is a stone gazebo at the Keyhole formation with a plaque memorializing Agnes Vaille, a well-known climber in the 1920s. In January 1925, Vaille fell 100 ft (30 m) while descending the North Face. Vaille survived the fall with minor injuries, but was unable to walk. Her climbing partner, professional mountaineering guide Walter Kiener, went for help; but when rescuers arrived, Vaille had died of fatigue and hypothermia. Bear Lake, in the heart of the park, is a popular destination and trailhead. The lake lies below Hallett Peak and the Continental Divide. Several trails start from the lake, ranging from easy strolls to strenuous hikes. Bear Lake Road is open year round, though it may close temporarily due to bad weather. Trail Ridge Road connects the town of Estes Park in the east with Grand Lake in the west. The road reaches an altitude of 12,183 feet (3,713 m), with long stretches above tree line. Following Trail Ridge Road upward for 1,000 feet is akin to driving 600 miles north from the park in reference to changes in climate and vegetation. It passes the Alpine Visitors' Center, a popular destination, and crosses the Continental Divide at Milner Pass. Numerous short interpretive trails and pullouts along the road serve to educate the visitor on the history, geography, and ecology of the park. The southern area of the park is Wild Basin, a wild and remote region. Several trails cross the area and backpacking it is popular. The Mummy Range is a short mountain range in the north of the park. The Mummies tend to be gentler and more forested than the other peaks in the park, though some slopes are rugged and heavily glaciated, particularly around Ypsilon Mountain and Mummy Mountain. The snow-capped Never Summer Mountains are found in the west side of the park. Here the south-trending Continental Divide takes a brief sharp northward loop, which creates an interesting reverse scenario, where the Pacific Basin is on the east side of the divide and the Atlantic Basin on the west. The mountains themselves, the result of volcanic activity, are craggy and, more often than not, covered in deep snow. This area saw the most extensive mining in the park, and trails lead past old mines and ghost towns. Paradise Park is hidden in the peaks above Grand Lake. This rugged and wild area has no trails penetrating it. Rocky Mountain National Park History Evidence has shown that Native Americans have visited the area of the park for the last 10,000 years. Their influence in the region was limited, however, and their visits often transitory. The Ute Tribe visited the west side of the park, particularly around Grand Lake. The Arapaho visited and hunted in the Estes Park region. The Long Expedition, led by Stephen H. Long, for whom Longs Peak was named, visited the area in 1820, though they never entered the mountains. Joel Estes and his son stumbled across the meadows that eventually became Estes Park in 1859 while on a hunting expedition. He moved his family there in 1860 and raised cattle. He stayed only until 1866, forced out by long, harsh winters. In the next years, settlers and homesteaders staked their claims in the Estes Park region. Tourists, particularly those interested in climbing the high peaks of the region, appeared after this time. In 1880 a small mining rush began in the Never Summer Mountains. The mining town of Lulu City was established with great fanfare and promotion by the media, particularly by Fort Collins newspapers. The ore mined, however, was low grade; by 1883 the rush went bust, and most of the residents moved on. A satellite town, Dutchtown, was abandoned by 1884. Enos Mills, then a 14 year old boy, moved to Estes Park in 1884. He explored the mountains of the area and wrote many books and articles describing the region. He later supported the creation of Rocky Mountain National Park, and he split his time between the mountains he loved and the cities of the eastern United States, where he lobbied for the legislation to create the park. The legislation was drafted by James Grafton Rogers, a Denver lawyer and avid outdoorsman. Mills' original proposal for park boundaries went from Wyoming all the way down to the Mount Evans area, including areas such as the Indian Peaks Wilderness. Much of the land was favored for mining, logging, and other operations, however, so the proposed park was reduced to an area approximating the current park borders. The bill passed Congress and was signed by President Woodrow Wilson on January 26, 1915. A formal dedication ceremony was held on September 4, 1915 in Horseshoe Park. The park has expanded over the years, with the largest parcel — the Never Summer Range — added in 1929. The 1920s saw a boom in building lodges and roads in the park, culminating with the construction of Trail Ridge Road between 1929 and 1933. The Civilian Conservation Corps handled several building projects during the Great Depression and remnants of their camps can be found in the park today. Rocky Mountain National Park Activities On the Colorado River trail inside Rocky Mountain National Park Most visitors to the park drive over the famous Trail Ridge Road, but other scenic roads include Fall River Road and Bear Lake Road. Many visitors hike and backpack. The park contains a network of 349 miles (562 km) of trail and dozens of designated backcountry camp sites. Trails range from easy to strenuous. Many routes are off-trail and the hiker must be careful to leave no trace of their passage. Horseback riding is permitted on most trails. Some trails which are closed to horse traffic allow llamas as pack animals, because their smaller size and softer feet have a lower impact on trail erosion. Rock climbing and mountaineering have increased in recent years. Longs Peak, Hallett Peak and Lumpy Ridge, among others, are famous rock climbing areas. Many of the highest peaks have technical ice and rock routes on them, ranging from short scrambles to long multi-pitch climbs. In the winter, when the trails are covered in snow, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are popular. Backcountry-style Alpine, Alpine Touring and Telemark skiing can be found on the higher slopes. Fishing is found in the many lakes and streams in the park. Camping is allowed at several designated campgrounds. Sites of interest Bear Lake Chasm Lake Fall River Pass Grand Lake Milner Pass Mount Meeker Sprague Lake Trail Ridge Road Longs Peak Wild Basin Getting AroundStep Out Your Front Door & 'Take A Walk On The Wild Side' Because Rocky Mountain National Park Is Only About A One Minute Walk Away (if that !) & Only About A 12 Minute Walk To The Beaver Meadows Visitor Center & The Free (Summer Time Only) Park Shuttle. Or You Can Hop Into Your Car & Head East For Only 2.5 Miles (Or About A 12 Minute Drive Depending On Elk Conditions ; ) & Find Yourself In Beautiful Downtown Estes Park, Offering Some Of The Best Entertainment, Shopping, Fine Dining, Wildlife Watching & Stunning Mountain Views To Be Found Anywhere In The World... Free Shuttle Buses ~ All aboard! The simplest and most stress-free way to steer through Estes Park is via the free shuttle system. The new downtown trolley and shuttle bus routes allow you to park the car, bus or RV at one of the major hubs and be on your way. You no longer need to listen to the GPS ‘recalculate' or to all five back-seat drivers offering advice on where to park. The five town shuttle routes and the Rocky Mountain National Park hiker shuttle are easy to navigate and will get you just about anywhere you want to go. Shuttle operates June 21 - September 7, 2014. Rocky Mountain National Park Shuttles The Rocky Mountain National Park shuttles operate from late May through early October and offer hikers and day-trippers easy access to the most frequented areas of the park. Entry fees do apply and park passes are available for purchase at the Estes Park Visitor Center and the Rocky Mountain National Park Visitor Center. Due to construction on Bear Lake Rd., there may be delays for routes within the park. RMNP Shuttle Routes: Hiker Shuttle Express Route: Hourly from 6:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.; on the half-hour from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Operates along Moraine Ave./Hwy. 36 and Highway 7 Stops: Estes Park Visitor Center, Rocky Mountain National Park Beaver Meadows Visitor Center (A SHORT 10 MINUTE WALK FROM ALPENHAVEN COTTAGE) and Rocky Mountain National Park Moraine Park Visitor Center Moraine Park Route: Every 20 minutes from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Operates between Moraine Park Visitor Center and the Fern Lake area Stops: Moraine Park Visitor Center, Moraine Park Campground, C Loop, Cub Lake Trailhead and Fern Lake Bus Stop (near the Fern Lake Trailhead) Moraine Park Route: Every 15 minutes (construction permitting) from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Operates along Bear Lake Road Stops: Moraine Park Visitor Center, Hallowell Park, Bear Lake Road Park & Ride, Bierstadt Lake Trailhead, Glacier Gorge Trailhead and Bear Lake Other Things to NoteANNUAL ESTES PARK, COLORADO EVENTS... The Estes Park Duck Race Kicks Things Off May 3rd 2014 Heritage Festival - late August, first held in 2004 and now very much an annual event in Estes Park, transporting people back in time with a range of historical activities, such as wagons at the MacGregor Ranch, or a ride on a restored and fully-operational Stanley Steamer car John Denver Tribute Concert - mid- / late August, at Stanley Park's Rodeo Arena Fairgrounds, watched by large crowds each year Longs Peak Scottish / Irish Highland Festival - early September, datingback more than 30 years and generally known locally as simply the 'Scotfest', featuring huge marching bands with bagpipes, the Estes Tattoo, the Longs Peak Concert, and lots of kilts and sporrans! Based on the Estes Park Festival Field and also at the Municipal Building on Elkhorn Avenue Estes Park Film Festival - mid-September, attracting many international and local filmmakers, with screenings of all categories at the Park Theater, at the Stanley Hotel and also at the Lake Shore Lodge Autumn Gold - late September, a festival of live blues and folk music, hot food and cold beer, celebrating the arrival of the fall colors Elk Fest - early October, when visitors to Estes Park are able to observe local Elk during their rutting season. The Elk Festival also incorporates story telling, archery and other outdoor activities Holiday Parades - late November / early December, with Yuletide festivities, carnival processions of winter floats, and various seasonal choir concerts... COME JOIN IN THE FUN !
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The SpaceKing bed in the master bedroom, a queen bed or two twin beds in the second bedroom, two twin beds in the third bedroom, and a queen sleeper sofa in living area. Full kitchen, fireplace, and washer/dryer. No air conditioning. Maximum occupancy 8. This property has a range of other unit sizes available -- and they're all listed on Air BnB. Some of the photos above may be of the different-sized units. All units are done in the same style at the same time. Resort Overview A beautiful dry climate, 300 days of sunshine per year, stunning mountain vistas, friendly people and a charming downtown. Estes Park is a small town with a lot to love. Music festivals, Christmas parades, art shows and rodeos fill out an active social calendar, and quiet green spaces for picnicking abound. Plus, the town sits at the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park, giving you access to one of the finest parks in the United States. The inspiring peaks and dizzying valleys will lift your spirits and stir your imagination. It's no wonder Estes Park is a favorite year-round destination. Cabin living at Estes Park doesn't mean rustic—you can choose from studio units with small kitchenettes to three-bedroom cabins with full kitchens and gas fireplaces. Plus, your resort is situated on the Big Thompson River, and wildlife surrounds you. Take a walk to the river's edge to fish for trout, or pack a lunch and spread out on the spacious lawns. And don't be surprised if you see and elk or two from your window or porch. Popular Attractions Rocky Mountain National Park The park boasts more than 359 hiking and horseback trails, and offers endless opportunities for fly fishers, bird watchers and photographers. Colorado Bicycling Adventures Forgot your bike? No worries. Colorado Bicycling Adventures offers mountain and road bike rentals. Off-road, down hill and multi-activity tours are also available. For more information, call ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) mi. Estes Park Museum Learn about Estes Park’s earliest inhabitants—from the Ute, Shoshone and Comanche, to the early explorers in the mid 1800s. See a Stanley Steamer and hear about F.O. Stanley who built the Stanley Hotel—the inspiration for The Shining, Stephen King’s blockbuster horror flick. Open: 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon.-Sat., 1-5 p.m., Sun. (May-Oct.); 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Fri. & Sat., 1-5 p.m., Sun. (Nov.-Apr.). 2.34 mi. Annual Festivals January: Winter Festival, Winter Trail Days February: Trails in The Rockies, Imagine This (kid-oriented), Jazz Festival and Art Walk (one event) May: Remembrance June: Wool Market Festival, Estes Park Marathon, Scandinavian Summer Festival July: 4th of July Festival, Rooftop Rodeo August: Heritage Festival September: John Denver Tribute, Plein Air Rockies, Labor day Arts & Crafts Festival, Scottish/Irish Festival, Film Festival, Autumn Festival October: Elk Festival November: Parade of Lights Unit Amenities · Internet access (fee applicable) · Gas fireplace · Satellite TV · DVD player · Stereo with CD · Telephone · Washer and dryer · Iron and ironing board · Hairdryer Resort Amenities · Picnic grounds · Outdoor heated pool (seasonal) · Three outdoor hot tubs · Fitness center · Game room · Coin operated vending machines · Coin operated games · Video rental Local Activities · Rock Climbing · Golf · Hiking/trail running · Mountain biking · Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing · Museums · Dinner Theater · Miniature Golf · Fly fishing · Horseback Riding · Rocky Mountain National Park · Peak to Peak highway Airports · Denver (DEN) 77 mi · Fort Collins-Loveland Municipal Airport (FNL) 39.5 mi
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The SpaceQueen bed in the master bedroom and a queen sleeper sofa in the living area. Common laundry area is available. Kitchen has 2-burner stove, mini-fridge and microwave, but no oven. Maximum occupancy 4. This property has a range of other unit sizes available -- and they're all listed on Air BnB. Some of the photos above may be of the different-sized units. All units are done in the same style at the same time. Resort Overview A beautiful dry climate, 300 days of sunshine per year, stunning mountain vistas, friendly people and a charming downtown. Estes Park is a small town with a lot to love. Music festivals, Christmas parades, art shows and rodeos fill out an active social calendar, and quiet green spaces for picnicking abound. Plus, the town sits at the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park, giving you access to one of the finest parks in the United States. The inspiring peaks and dizzying valleys will lift your spirits and stir your imagination. It's no wonder Estes Park is a favorite year-round destination. Cabin living at Estes Park doesn't mean rustic—you can choose from studio units with small kitchenettes to three-bedroom cabins with full kitchens and gas fireplaces. Plus, your resort is situated on the Big Thompson River, and wildlife surrounds you. Take a walk to the river's edge to fish for trout, or pack a lunch and spread out on the spacious lawns. And don't be surprised if you see and elk or two from your window or porch. Popular Attractions Rocky Mountain National Park The park boasts more than 359 hiking and horseback trails, and offers endless opportunities for fly fishers, bird watchers and photographers. Colorado Bicycling Adventures Forgot your bike? No worries. Colorado Bicycling Adventures offers mountain and road bike rentals. Off-road, down hill and multi-activity tours are also available. For more information, call ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) mi. Estes Park Museum Learn about Estes Park’s earliest inhabitants—from the Ute, Shoshone and Comanche, to the early explorers in the mid 1800s. See a Stanley Steamer and hear about F.O. Stanley who built the Stanley Hotel—the inspiration for The Shining, Stephen King’s blockbuster horror flick. Open: 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon.-Sat., 1-5 p.m., Sun. (May-Oct.); 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Fri. & Sat., 1-5 p.m., Sun. (Nov.-Apr.). 2.34 mi. Annual Festivals January: Winter Festival, Winter Trail Days February: Trails in The Rockies, Imagine This (kid-oriented), Jazz Festival and Art Walk (one event) May: Remembrance June: Wool Market Festival, Estes Park Marathon, Scandinavian Summer Festival July: 4th of July Festival, Rooftop Rodeo August: Heritage Festival September: John Denver Tribute, Plein Air Rockies, Labor day Arts & Crafts Festival, Scottish/Irish Festival, Film Festival, Autumn Festival October: Elk Festival November: Parade of Lights Unit Amenities · Internet access (fee applicable) · Satellite TV · DVD player · Stereo with CD · Telephone · Iron and ironing board · Hairdryer Resort Amenities · Picnic grounds · Outdoor heated pool (seasonal) · Three outdoor hot tubs · Fitness center · On-site laundry · Game room · Coin operated vending machines · Coin operated games · Video rental Local Activities · Rock Climbing · Golf · Hiking/trail running · Mountain biking · Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing · Museums · Dinner Theater · Miniature Golf · Fly fishing · Horseback Riding · Rocky Mountain National Park · Peak to Peak highway Airports · Denver (DEN) 77 mi · Fort Collins-Loveland Municipal Airport (FNL) 39.5 mi
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The SpaceKing bed in the master bedroom, a queen bed or two twin beds in the second bedroom, and a queen sleeper sofa in living area. Full kitchen, fireplace, and washer/dryer. Maximum occupancy 6. Many of the two-bedroom units face either the Rocky Mountain National Park or Prospect Mountains -- both beautiful views. This property has a range of other unit sizes available -- and they're all listed on Air BnB. Some of the photos above may be of the different-sized units. All units are done in the same style at the same time. Resort Overview A beautiful dry climate, 300 days of sunshine per year, stunning mountain vistas, friendly people and a charming downtown. Estes Park is a small town with a lot to love. Music festivals, Christmas parades, art shows and rodeos fill out an active social calendar, and quiet green spaces for picnicking abound. Plus, the town sits at the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park, giving you access to one of the finest parks in the United States. The inspiring peaks and dizzying valleys will lift your spirits and stir your imagination. It's no wonder Estes Park is a favorite year-round destination. Cabin living at Estes Park doesn't mean rustic—you can choose from studio units with small kitchenettes to three-bedroom cabins with full kitchens and gas fireplaces. Plus, your resort is situated on the Big Thompson River, and wildlife surrounds you. Take a walk to the river's edge to fish for trout, or pack a lunch and spread out on the spacious lawns. And don't be surprised if you see and elk or two from your window or porch. Popular Attractions Rocky Mountain National Park The park boasts more than 359 hiking and horseback trails, and offers endless opportunities for fly fishers, bird watchers and photographers. Colorado Bicycling Adventures Forgot your bike? No worries. Colorado Bicycling Adventures offers mountain and road bike rentals. Off-road, down hill and multi-activity tours are also available. For more information, call ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) mi. Estes Park Museum Learn about Estes Park’s earliest inhabitants—from the Ute, Shoshone and Comanche, to the early explorers in the mid 1800s. See a Stanley Steamer and hear about F.O. Stanley who built the Stanley Hotel—the inspiration for The Shining, Stephen King’s blockbuster horror flick. Open: 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon.-Sat., 1-5 p.m., Sun. (May-Oct.); 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Fri. & Sat., 1-5 p.m., Sun. (Nov.-Apr.). 2.34 mi. Annual Festivals January: Winter Festival, Winter Trail Days February: Trails in The Rockies, Imagine This (kid-oriented), Jazz Festival and Art Walk (one event) May: Remembrance June: Wool Market Festival, Estes Park Marathon, Scandinavian Summer Festival July: 4th of July Festival, Rooftop Rodeo August: Heritage Festival September: John Denver Tribute, Plein Air Rockies, Labor day Arts & Crafts Festival, Scottish/Irish Festival, Film Festival, Autumn Festival October: Elk Festival November: Parade of Lights Unit Amenities · Internet access (fee applicable) · Gas fireplace · Satellite TV · DVD player · Stereo with CD · Telephone · Washer and dryer · Iron and ironing board · Hairdryer Resort Amenities · Picnic grounds · Outdoor heated pool (seasonal) · Three outdoor hot tubs · Fitness center · Game room · Coin operated vending machines · Coin operated games · Video rental Local Activities · Rock Climbing · Golf · Hiking/trail running · Mountain biking · Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing · Museums · Dinner Theater · Miniature Golf · Fly fishing · Horseback Riding · Rocky Mountain National Park · Peak to Peak highway Airports · Denver (DEN) 77 mi · Fort Collins-Loveland Municipal Airport (FNL) 39.5 mi Guest AccessGuests have access to all resort amenities.
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The SpaceKing bed in the master bedroom, another king bed in the second bedroom, two full beds in the third bedroom. Three bathrooms, with a jetted tub in master and second bathroom. Full kitchen, fireplace, and washer/dryer. Hot tub on deck. Maximum occupancy 6. This property has a range of other unit sizes available -- and they're all listed on Air BnB. Some of the photos above may be of the different-sized units. All units are done in the same style at the same time. Resort Overview A beautiful dry climate, 300 days of sunshine per year, stunning mountain vistas, friendly people and a charming downtown. Estes Park is a small town with a lot to love. Music festivals, Christmas parades, art shows and rodeos fill out an active social calendar, and quiet green spaces for picnicking abound. Plus, the town sits at the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park, giving you access to one of the finest parks in the United States. The inspiring peaks and dizzying valleys will lift your spirits and stir your imagination. It's no wonder Estes Park is a favorite year-round destination. Cabin living at Estes Park doesn't mean rustic—you can choose from studio units with small kitchenettes to three-bedroom cabins with full kitchens and gas fireplaces. Plus, your resort is situated on the Big Thompson River, and wildlife surrounds you. Take a walk to the river's edge to fish for trout, or pack a lunch and spread out on the spacious lawns. And don't be surprised if you see and elk or two from your window or porch. Popular Attractions Rocky Mountain National Park The park boasts more than 359 hiking and horseback trails, and offers endless opportunities for fly fishers, bird watchers and photographers. Colorado Bicycling Adventures Forgot your bike? No worries. Colorado Bicycling Adventures offers mountain and road bike rentals. Off-road, down hill and multi-activity tours are also available. For more information, call ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) mi. Estes Park Museum Learn about Estes Park’s earliest inhabitants—from the Ute, Shoshone and Comanche, to the early explorers in the mid 1800s. See a Stanley Steamer and hear about F.O. Stanley who built the Stanley Hotel—the inspiration for The Shining, Stephen King’s blockbuster horror flick. Open: 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon.-Sat., 1-5 p.m., Sun. (May-Oct.); 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Fri. & Sat., 1-5 p.m., Sun. (Nov.-Apr.). 2.34 mi. Annual Festivals January: Winter Festival, Winter Trail Days February: Trails in The Rockies, Imagine This (kid-oriented), Jazz Festival and Art Walk (one event) May: Remembrance June: Wool Market Festival, Estes Park Marathon, Scandinavian Summer Festival July: 4th of July Festival, Rooftop Rodeo August: Heritage Festival September: John Denver Tribute, Plein Air Rockies, Labor day Arts & Crafts Festival, Scottish/Irish Festival, Film Festival, Autumn Festival October: Elk Festival November: Parade of Lights Unit Amenities · Internet access (fee applicable) · Gas fireplace · Satellite TV · DVD player · Stereo with CD · Telephone · Washer and dryer · Iron and ironing board · Hairdryer Resort Amenities · Picnic grounds · Outdoor heated pool (seasonal) · Three outdoor hot tubs · Fitness center · Game room · Coin operated vending machines · Coin operated games · Video rental Local Activities · Rock Climbing · Golf · Hiking/trail running · Mountain biking · Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing · Museums · Dinner Theater · Miniature Golf · Fly fishing · Horseback Riding · Rocky Mountain National Park · Peak to Peak highway Airports · Denver (DEN) 77 mi · Fort Collins-Loveland Municipal Airport (FNL) 39.5 mi
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The SpaceDiscover comfort in one of our studio, one- or two-bedroom accommodations featuring a queen size bed, sleeper sofa and a well-appointed bathroom. Enjoy the convenience of the kitchen equipped with a mini refrigerator, stove top burners, microwave, coffee maker and many other essentials. Additional in-room amenities include cable television, flat screen TV, DVD/VCR player, wireless internet, telephone, i-Home clock radios, and on-site complimentary laundry facilities. General Room Amenities- Alarm Clock Balcony or Patio (some rooms) Ceiling Fans Flashlight Iron and Ironing Board Queen Beds (2) Safe Sleeper Sofa Telephone Voicemail Wi-Fi (Complimentary) Partial Kitchen- Blender Coffee Maker Cooking Utensils Dishes Kitchenette Microwave Mini Refrigerator Silverware Toaster Two Burner Stove Top Bathroom Amenities- 2 Full Bathrooms Hair Dryer Accommodation Entertainment- DVD Player Television: Cable TV Accommodation Details- Maximum Occupancy: 6 Private Occupancy: 4 The beautiful Historic Crags Lodge is located in Estes Park, Colorado, which is known as "The Gateway to the Rockies". Aside from the stunning and breathtaking scenery you will experience, you can get quite a sampling of wildlife. The Rockies are known for a great abundance of elk, deer, bighorn sheep, black bear and much more. Though many come to enjoy outdoor adventure activities, simply watching the wildlife can be one of the best ways to enjoy this area. What you can do depends on the time of year you visit. Colorado winters are famous for the best snow for skiing, sledding or snowboarding. Other times of the year you may enjoy rock climbing, fishing, hiking, biking and horseback riding along the guided trails. There are plenty of water activities to enjoy, aside from fishing. You may want to boat, go rafting, enjoy a kayak or canoe, or find a spot to water ski or wakeboard. If you need a break from all of the outdoor activities around The Historic Crags Lodge, take some time to shop, dine or hit the town. The environment here is rich with culture and heritage. You can find plenty of shopping, different restaurants or even fun festivals to kick off the start of each new season. The Historic Crags Lodge is everything you would hope to find in a quiet, quaint Colorado retreat. While the lodge retains its historic, rustic charm, it has a modern appeal, as well as most of the amenities you will find anywhere else. Discover, enjoy and fall in love with The Historic Crags Lodge. When you stay here, it is like becoming part of an ongoing family history that began nearly 100 years ago. Guest AccessOn-Site Services- Laundry Facilities Parking On-Site Wedding Facilities Wi-Fi in Guest Rooms (Complimentary) Wi-Fi in Lobby (charge) Wi-Fi in Lobby (Complimentary) Nearby Services- 5 Miles/8 Kilometers ATM / Banking Bar/Cocktail Lounge Beauty Salon Car Rental Dry Cleaning Gift Shop Grocery Kennel Services- There are local veterinarians, animal boarding, day care, and grooming. Laundry Facilities Massage Services Medical Facilities Meeting Facilities Shuttle Service Spa Supermarket Wedding Facilities Nearby Activities- Aerobics Art Galleries Barbeque Bike Trails Boat Rental Boating/Sailing Bowling Alley Casino Church/Worship Services Cycling/Bike Rental Fishing Fitness Center Fly Fishing Golf Hayrides Hiking Historic Sites Horseback Riding Jeep Tours Lake Land Tours Marina Miniature Golf Mountain Biking Mountain Climbing Movie/DVD Rental Museums Parks Picnic Area Playground Restaurants River Rafting Scooter / Moped Rentals Shopping Skiing - Cross Country Sleigh Rides Snowmobiling Snowshoeing Spa State Park Theaters Theme Parks & Attractions: : Aquarium and Zoo located in Denver. Museums and small amusement parks located in Estes Park, and nearby surrounding cities. Zoo On-Site Activities- Aquarium BBQ Area Pool Table Walking Paths/Track Business Amenities- Business Center Copier Fax Complimentary- Coffee Local Calls Newspaper in Lobby Parking Wi-Fi Swimming- Outdoor Heated Pool Outdoor Hot Tub Pool Details: : Beautifully designed grounds offer picnic tables and BBQ grill, natural gas fire pit, mountain views, open sky and landscapes, redstone walkways and decking, all with breathtaking views of the Rocky Mountains. Interaction with GuestsStaff is available 24 hours a day to assist you! The NeighborhoodAt The Historic Crags Lodge you'll get a real sense of history combined with the very essence of some of the most spectacular and picturesque panoramas nature has to offer. Ideally located in the heart of Estes Park on the north side of Prospect Mountain, this serene retreat getaway is only 12 miles from the famous Rocky Mountain National Park. The "Crags" has truly established itself as part of the history of this area, first opening its doors on the fourth of July 1914. This makes The Historic Crags Lodge the third oldest lodge in Estes Park. The founder of the Lodge, Joe Mills, and his brother Enos were largely responsible for establishing the Rocky Mountain National Park. Getting AroundLocated 90 miles northwest of Denver, Estes Park is located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. The mountain terrain and mild temperatures, with summer highs around 80 degrees Fahrenheit and lows in the 40s, make ideal conditions for such outdoor activities as hiking, biking, rock climbing, camping and wildlife and bird watching. Estes Park is not just one vast wilderness, though. The city is also teeming with a multitude of dining and shopping experiences. Other Things to Note** Price does not include standard resort fees due to the resort, payable/due at time of check in. **
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The SpaceUnit Amenities · Internet access (fee applicable) · Gas fireplace (in some 1- and all 2- and 3-bedroom units) · Satellite TV · DVD player · Stereo with CD · Telephone · Washer and dryer (except in studios and 1-bedrooms) · Iron and ironing board · Hairdryer · Air Conditioning Resort Amenities · Picnic grounds · Outdoor heated pool (seasonal) · Three outdoor hot tubs · Fitness center · On-site laundry for studios and 1-bedroom units · Game room · Coin operated vending machines · Coin operated games · Video rental Local Activities · Rock Climbing · Golf · Hiking/trail running · Mountain biking · Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing · Museums · Dinner Theater · Miniature Golf · Fly fishing · Horseback Riding · Rocky Mountain National Park · Peak to Peak highway The NeighborhoodYour WorldMark Estes Park resort offers a variety of units! Choose from studio units with small kitchenettes to three-bedroom cabins with full kitchens and gas fireplaces. The resort is situated on the Big Thompson River, and you will discover that wildlife surrounds you. Take a walk to the river's edge and fish for trout, or pack a lunch and spread out on the spacious lawns. You might even see an elk or two from your window or porch. And with the beautiful dry climate, 300 days of sunshine per year, stunning mountain vistas, friendly people and a charming downtown, Estes Park is a small town with a lot to love. Plus, the town sits at the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park, providing you with access to one of the finest parks in the United States. The inspiring peaks and valleys will lift your spirits and stir your imagination. It's no wonder Estes Park is a favorite year-round destination. Helpful Hints Two Bedroom Queens are all located on the top floor. Two Bedroom Twins are all located on the ground floor. Popular Attractions Rocky Mountain National Park The park boasts more than 359 hiking and horseback trails, and offers endless opportunities for fly fishers, bird watchers and photographers. New Venture Cycling Forgot your bike? No worries. New Venture Cycling offers mountain and road bike rentals. Off-road, down hill and multi-activity tours are also available. 1.29 mi. Estes Park Museum Learn about Estes Park’s earliest inhabitants—from the Ute, Shoshone and Comanche, to the early explorers in the mid 1800s. See a Stanley Steamer and hear about F.O. Stanley who built the Stanley Hotel—the inspiration for The Shining, Stephen King’s blockbuster horror flick. 2.34 mi. Annual Festivals January: Winter Festival, Winter Trail Days February: Trails in The Rockies, Jazz Festival and Art Walk, Imagine This May: Remembrance June: Wool Market Festival, Estes Park Marathon, Scandinavian Summer Festival July: 4th of July Festival, Rooftop Rodeo August: Heritage Festival September: John Denver Tribute, Plein Air Rockies, Labor day Arts & Crafts Festival, Scottish/Irish Festival, Film Festival, Autumn Festival October: Elk Festival November: Parade of Lights
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Home/Apartment
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The SpaceCURRENTLY ONLY ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS IF THE CHECK-IN DATE IS WITHIN 60 DAYS FROM NOW. JUNE 2016 BOOKINGS; ONLY ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS IF THE CHECK-IN DATE IS WITHIN THE NEXT 5 DAYS. This space features a queen bed in living area, kitchen with stove, mini-fridge and microwave. Washer and dryer are not in unit, however there is a laundry room on site. No private outside area. Maximum occupancy 2. Guest AccessLocated on the Thompson River, this apartment-style hotel features 3 outdoor hot bathtubs. Rooms include kitchen and separate dining area. Lake Estes is a 10-minute drive away. A sitting area with TV and DVD player is available in all apartments at the WorldMark Estes Park. Laundry facilities are included for guest convenience. Free parking is available at the Estes Park WorldMark. A seasonal outdoor pool, fitness center, and picnic area are all on site. The NeighborhoodColorado Bicycling Adventures is a 5-minute drive away. Estes Park Museum is a 10-minute drive from the property. Other Things to NoteResort Amenities · Picnic grounds · Outdoor heated pool (seasonal) · Three outdoor hot tubs · Fitness center · On-site laundry for studios and 1-bedroom units · Game room · Coin operated vending machines · Coin operated games · Video rental Local Activities · Rock Climbing · Golf · Hiking/trail running · Mountain biking · Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing · Museums · Dinner Theater · Miniature Golf · Fly fishing · Horseback Riding · Rocky Mountain National Park · Peak to Peak highway Airports · Denver (DEN) 77 mi · Fort Collins-Loveland Municipal Airport (FNL) 39.5 mi
Hotel
Poor
2328 reviews
140br 4-star Hotel
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Built in 1909, this grand Georgian-style hotel is located in the small resort town of Estes Park, 7500 feet above sea level; Rocky Mountain National Park is 5 miles and Denver is 72 miles away.
Hotel
Excellent
135 reviews
19br 3-star Hotel
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Situated on a river, this resort is within 3 mi (5 km) of Historic Fall River Hydroplant, Fall River Visitor Center, and Performance Park. Mrs. Walsh's Garden and Fall River Entrance Station are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Hotel
14br 3-star Hotel
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Situated on the waterfront, this resort is within 2 mi (3 km) of Historic Fall River Hydroplant, Fall River Visitor Center, and Fall River Entrance Station. Performance Park and Mrs. Walsh's Garden are also within 3 mi (5 km).
b&b
2br b&b
    Our mid-size cabin is perfect for a family get-away or small group of friends traveling together. Two private bedrooms, one with a queen bed and the other offering two twin beds, can easily sleep four guests. The spacious bathroom is complete with an antique claw-foot bathtub for a long, hot soak, or simply close the curtains to enjoy a refreshing shower after a day of hiking. The living room boasts a window seat with a beautiful view of the forest and mountains beyond, while the original native stone wood-burning fireplace will invite you to curl up with a book to relax. A mini fridge will store your beverages or picnic items. Set in the pine & aspen forest, next to the Lily Lake area of Rocky Mountain National Park. Seven miles south of Estes Park, set off Colorado's Scenic Peak to Peak Highway 7
    cabin
    4br cabin
      Brown Cabin was built in 1931 and is filled with wonderful reminders of that era including a large stone fireplace and many period furnishings and art work. This unique large cabin (1850 sq ft) is also updated with new bedding, linens, kitchenware, baseboard heating, and updated appliances. The master suite is a spacious 21 X 11, with a new pillowtop king bed, flat screen TV with DVD player, desk and sitting area. The master also has its own coffee maker and private outside deck with an unobstructed view toward Estes Valley. The living area has a vaulted ceiling, large fireplace, new flat screen TV with DVD and a large picture window with views of Longs Peak and the river. Other beds include: bed 2 – new queen bed, bed 3 – 2 twin beds, bed 4 – queen bed, LR nook- double futon, LR queen sleeper sofa. There is one bath downstairs, and a bath with large shower upstairs by the master bdrm. Washer/dryer available in an outside closet through the fall season. Charcoal grill. Three miles to Rocky Mountain National Park entrance. Special ski packages available including lodging, lift tickets and skis/snowboards! Call for details. Lift tickets & skis as low as $62/day! Can be rented with Mountain Hall or Rose Den for up to 20 people. $50 cleaning fee for stays less than 4 nights More than 8 guests, $10 per person per night, $50 per week Ski with us! Lift tickets/skis at $52 per day 7.7% taxes/fees Holidays same rate as high summer- call or email for quote Just 3 miles to Rocky Mountain National Park entrance or downtown Estes Park. Secluded mountainside location with fantastic views- yet close to everything. Excellent restaurants nearby. Fishing. Golf.
      Home/Apartment
      1br Home/Apartment
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      • Smoking Allowed
      This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
      cabin
      2br cabin
        Come and stay at our fabulous cabin by the river. All new furniture, appliances, and mattresses. See our new pictures. Historic 1920's Riverfront vacation cottage in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. Located just outside downtown Estes Park on the banks of the Big Thompson River. Picturesque surroundings with towering Ponderosa pines, the Canyon, and the Big Thompson river! Decorated tastefully in a seashell and nautical theme, you will enjoy this newly decorated abode. The bathroom is graced with a claw foot tub and shower. A picnic area is provided in front of the cottage beside the river. The Big Thompson River is very wide at this point and there is even a small island in the middle right in front of the property. There is a family of ducks living at this point in the river. It is known to be one of the best fly fishing areas too and you have private entry to the river! Behind the cabin, there is steeper terrain with many rock outcropping, very scenic! A very large rock formation can be found to the right rear of the cabin. Beautiful scenery from every single window. PLEASE BOOK USING ivacationonline. Search using PropertyID 1755 AND USE OUR MONTHLY COUPON SPECIALS !!! OUR REVIEWS are on VRBO for property 90045 Please look in the review section for our extensive REVIEWS !! Come and stay at our fabulous cabin by the river. All new furniture, appliances, and mattresses as of summer 2015! See our new pictures. NO CLEANING FEES- This is a owner operated cabin business. We (the owners) clean the cabins and ensure that the guests get the best experience during their stay. Most cabin owners charge exorbitant cleaning fees and pass these costs to you . We do NOT charge cleaning fees since we want to give the most economical rates to our guests. However, we expect guests to leave the cabin in the same condition they found it. This means that the cabin is left reasonably clean (garbage appropriately disposed, refrigerators and ovens cleaned) and it does not take us more than 3 hours to clean the cabin for the next guests. The cabin is located where bears seek garbage for food. All debris, rubbish and discards are placed in refuse containers outside, with a maximum of 3 large black garbage bags per rentals of a week or less. The maximum of 3 bags and "no loose garbage in garbage container" policy is enforced by Estes Park Waste Management and not by us. Please clip the can shut as bears will open it otherwise. NUMBER OF GUESTS- This cabin can accommodates 4 guests ( 2 adults and 2 children) comfortably (550 sq. ft.). More than 4 guests is illegal as per Estes Park Rental Laws. CALENDAR and AVAILABILITY- The Calendar in the AVAILABILITY TAB above shows the CURRENT availability TO THE MINUTE. YOU DO NOT NEED TO CONFIRM THE AVAILABILITY WITH US. THERE IS NO AIR CONDITIONING in this CABIN. However, this cabin is located by the river and inside the canyon that remain cool even during hot summer days. We have windows that open, and fans that allow guests to enjoy the fresh mountain air. Totals do not include 5.7 % tax + security deposit ($250) This is a non-smoking, no pets facility. IF YOU ARE A SMOKER or a would like to bring a PET please find alternate accommodations. If you SMOKE or BRING a PET, YOU WILL LOOSE YOUR SECURITY DEPOSIT and ALSO be charged additional damage. Spectacular panoramic 360 degree views cannot even be captured fully on film. 10 foot rock formation just behind cottage. Nighttime stars are unparalleled. You have the feeling of literally being surrounded by Rocky Mountains. You have 1.78 acres of secluded space. Close to Rocky Mountain National Park entrance. 5 Minute drive to Rocky Mountain National Park, 5 Minute drive to the Estes Park downtown and 1 minute drive to quiet Mary's Lake Recreation and Picnic area or a 10 minute walk. PLACES TO EAT and THINGS TO DO We would like to provide you with some of our favorite places to eat, and some ideas of things to do. Please keep in mind, Estes Park is not known for it's exceptional cuisine but these are our families favorites. Casual Dining =========== 1. The Other Side, upstairs dining/coffee shop - (phone: hidden) 2. Nicky's, The Garden Room - (phone: hidden) 3. The Sundeck - (phone: hidden) 4. Mary's Lake Lodge, Tavern - (phone: hidden) 'Better' Dining ========= Mary's Lake Lodge, The Chalet - (phone: hidden) Nicky's - The Steakhouse - (phone: hidden) The Other Side - Lakeside dining The Fawn Brook Inn(5 star) in Allenspark - (phone: hidden) (Nationally Acclaimed, 30 minutes away) Things to do: ========== 1. Hike - Do not miss Bear Lake and the hikes up to the three higher lakes. 3.5 hours. Wild Basin, located halfway between Estes Park and Allenspark, has a nice hike by waterfalls 2. Rock Climbing - Colorado Mountain School - (phone: hidden) 3. Whitewater Rafting - Mountain Whitewater Descents - (phone: hidden) Fort Collins Rapid Transit Rafting - (phone: hidden) 4. Boating on Lake Estes Lake Estes Marina - (phone: hidden) 5. Bicycle Rentals Colorado Bicycling Adventures - (phone: hidden) Estes Park Mountain Shop - (phone: hidden) 6. Horseback Riding Tours(see phone book in Cottage for long list) National Park Gateway Stable - (phone: hidden) 7. Allenspark - Nice visit 30 minutes South of Estes Park. Historic all log town, even the postoffice. Don't miss the Nationally award winning restaurant 'The Fawn Brook Inn'. 8. Amusement Parks - Estes Park Ride-a-Kart - (phone: hidden) Tiny Town Miniature Golf - (phone: hidden) Fun City - (phone: hidden) 9. Fishing - There is great Fly Fishing in rivers all around Estes Park 10. Aerial Tramway, Gondola ride with great mountain views! - (phone: hidden) 11. Shop in Town - Fun tourist town with lots of ice cream, fudge and good hiking shoes for sale!
        Hotel
        Excellent
        1 review
        31br 3-star Hotel
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        Situated in Mandalay, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Maha Myat Muni Paya, Yadanarpon Diamond Plaza, and U Bein's Bridge. Maha Gandhayon Kyaung and Man Myanmar Plaza are also within 6 mi (10 km).
        Hotel
        Excellent
        61 reviews
        34br 2-star Hotel
          Situated near the airport, this hotel is 1.2 mi (2 km) from Vincom and 1.7 mi (2.7 km) from Museum of Cham Sculpture. Dragon Bridge and Han River Bridge are also within 2 mi (3 km).
          Other
          Other
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          Excellent Service Suites at Times Square puts you within a 10-minute drive of Merdeka Square and Petaling Street, plus an airport shuttle is available for MYR 100-150 per vehicle. Guests can take a dip in the indoor pool and indulge in spa services. A poolside bar and a fitness center are other highlights, and rooms offer up nice touches like deep soaking tubs and pillow menus.
          Hotel
          Poor
          474 reviews
          58br 3-star Hotel
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          This family-friendly Estes Park hotel is located in the mountains, within 2 mi (3 km) of Lake Estes Marina, Stanley Village, and Reel Mountain Theater. Aspen and Evergreen Gallery and Estes Park Museum are also within 2 mi (3 km).
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          Other
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          Located in Emeishan, this hotel is 2.3 mi (3.6 km) from Emeishan Zhuyeqing Ecological Tea Garden and 2.4 mi (3.9 km) from Feilai Temple. Emeishan Museum and Mt. Emei Natural Ecology Monkey Reserve are also within 12 mi (20 km).
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          Other
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          When visiting Hepburn Springs, Acorn & Chestnut Hepburn Springs is a great choice to consider. Free perks include continental breakfast daily and self parking. Apartments at this luxurious property feature bonuses like refrigerators and microwaves.