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Bigfoot in Estes Park?

Is there a Bigfoot in Estes Park? Investigators and local residents want to know! Last week, local resident Ken Collins, was hiking along with a buddy of his up above Elm Road in search of firewood. The two came upon a snowbank with three interesting looking footprints. Ken knows what normal animal prints look like, yet these, looked strangely different. Ken took plaster casts of the footprints and decided ...

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Rocky Mountain National Park Unveils Centennial Logo

In celebration of the park’s 98th birthday on January 26, Rocky Mountain National Park and Rocky Mountain Nature Association are pleased to announce the winning logo for the park’s upcoming 100th Anniversary celebration in 2015. The designer is Carol Welker, a graphic artist based out of Dallas, Texas. As a child, Welker spent summers in the Cedar Park area near Drake, Colorado. She has many fond memories o ...

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It’s Showtime! March 1st and 2nd

Tickets are now on sale for “It’s Showtime!” – a musical revue featuring some of the best musical talent in the Estes Valley. This is the third year for the Rotary Club of Estes Park to sponsor an evening of vocal and instrumental performances that raise money for scholarships offered by the Rotary Club Foundation. “Our goal is to raise $10,000 for the scholarship fund,” explained club president and show ch ...

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Explore Rocky Mountain National Park During The Winter

For many visitors, winter is their favorite season to enjoy Rocky Mountain National Park. The park is less visited but still very much open and alive with activity. Beautiful backcountry areas can be reached on snowshoes, skis, and at lower elevations - even with hiking boots! Elk, coyotes, deer, snowshoe hares, and other wildlife remain active through the winter. Their story is told by the tracks left in t ...

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Windcliff POA Donates To Estes Valley Fire Protection District

On Friday, December 28th the Windcliff Property Owners Association presented the Estes Valley Fire Protection District with a $5,000 check. The Windcliff POA Board President, Bud Duryea, stated that “beyond an expression of sincere gratitude, we see this donation as an investment in the community safety and hope that this gesture will serve as a compelling call to other members of the Estes Valley community ...

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