From 5280 The Denver Magazine:
There’s something for everyone in this Rocky Mountain town, from outdoor adventures to delicious food and haunted hotels.
No matter the season, tourists and locals flock to Estes Park for its breathtaking scenery, various outdoors adventures, and unparalleled wildlife viewing.
This historic town—it was named for a gold miner named Joel Estes, who “discovered” the Estes Valley in 1859—is also (and most notably) the gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park, which includes 415 square miles of mountains, lakes, trails, and rivers.
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