Places you should visit atleast once in Estes Park

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Rocky Mountain National Park encompasses more than 250,000 acres and boasts 124 named mountain peaks


Rocky Mountain National Park

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Not only is the grand Stanley Hotel a member of the Historic Hotels of America, but it's also listed on the National Register of Historic Places

Stanley Hotel


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Designed and built by Robert Heron in 1955, the Estes Park Aerial Tramway whisks visitors to the peak of Prospect..


Estes Park Aerial Tramway

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More than 200 storefronts line these two thoroughfares of downtown Estes Park

Elkhorn Avenue and Moraine Avenue


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History enthusiasts of every ilk will find something of interest at this museum


Estes Park Museum

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Whether you want to sunbathe on a pontoon or cast a line from a small boat or the shoreline, the Lake Estes Marina offers something for everyone

Lake Estes Marina


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During Colorado's warm months, whitewater rafting opportunities abound as the state's rivers swell with snowmelt


Estes Park Whitewater Rafting

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Everyone from outdoors-loving children to experienced mountaineers will appreciate the programs offered by Kent Mountain Adventure Center

Kent Mountain Adventure Center


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