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Kick-Off Event For Quota Club’s Parade Of Trees At The Stanley Hotel

  Members of the Quota Club of Estes Park invite you to the display of beautifully decorated trees for their Parade of Trees in the lobby of The Stanley Hotel. The variety of trees is incredible as always and this year, there will be a special surprise...something new and exciting with the trees!    Come see the trees at the annual Bubbly and Bulbs champagne celebration which  kicks off the holiday season n ...

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Don’t Miss Fall Back Beer Festival Saturday, November 1

Held each year on the day we turn the clocks back, Fall-Back Beer Fest is not only a celebration of beer, but also the people who make it. This year for the first time ever, the event will be held in the new Estes Park Events Complex! With over 100 different beers being poured by the brewers themselves from over 30 Colorado breweries, festival goers are sure to walk away having learned something new about t ...

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Come To Open House And Public Hearing For Draft Environment Impact Statement October 29th & 30th

 Western Area Power Administration, in cooperation with the U.S. Forest Service, released the Estes-to-Flatiron Transmission Lines Rebuild Project Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) on September 19, 2014. The Draft EIS evaluates the potential environmental impacts associated with implementing each route alternative. The Draft EIS is available at  The agencies now invite you t ...

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Public Meetings Planned To Update Flood Recovery Efforts

Crews begin a variety of construction activities along US 34 and SH 7  With the reconstruction of US 36 nearing completion, geotechnical surveying crews getting ready to start and planning efforts just beginning for US 34 and  SH 7, the Colorado Department of Transportation is hosting a series of public meetings to discuss the status of each project.  The first meeting, scheduled to take place in Loveland o ...

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Community Invited To Discuss Long Term Solutions For Local Watershed Advocacy

Following the 2013 flood, the Town of Estes Park facilitated the formation of the Fall River and Fish Creek coalitions, led by citizens and River Advisory Committees. The coalition members coordinate and advocate for health and resiliency of the stream corridors and the Town. The result will be a community-guided master plan for each corridor produced this winter, outlining long-term visions for the future ...

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The Geology Of Estes Park Rock Climbing: A Thrill More Than One Million Years In The Making

The soaring granite walls of Lumpy Ridge and the area’s alpine peaks are a rock climber’s paradise. The Diamond face on Longs Peak is a world-famous crucible for alpine rock climbing. Visitors from across the country and around the world converge on Estes Park to enjoy the classic climbing routes on Hallett Peak, Petit Grepon, Twin Owls, The Book, and many other peaks and walls. So why is Estes Park a rock ...

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Purple Pride Color Run For Homecoming Game

On Friday October, 10th at 3:45 p.m. the Estes Park High School cross country team will be hosting the 1st annual Purple Pride Color Run! Participants will race, run, or walk the one mile course while the cross country team throws handfuls of purple and white colored powder (cornstarch) at you. Participants will finish the race covered in school colors and ready to support our football team later that same ...

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