Rocky Mountain National Park
1000 U.S. 36, Estes Park, CO, USA
Rocky Mountain National Park Estes Park Reviews
Jan 04, 2008
Estes Park is a beautiful place to spend any season in Colorado! I love summer there for hiking and sightseeing. In the winters it is perfect for snowshoeing or backcountry skiing. But most of all my favorite season is fall because it is when the aspen trees change colors and the elks bugle during their mating season.
To get into Rocky Mountain National Park it costs around $15 or $20 USD per vehicle and the pass is good for all day. There is a visitor center and access to many beautiful hikes.
Estes Park is the name of the surrounding town which is filled with cute little shops and restaurants and a fun place to stay if you plan to spend any amount of time in Rocky Mountain National Park. You can camp within the park, stay at hotels, or rent a cabin.
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