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Keynote Speaker Kicks Off This Year’s RMNP Lyceum Series

2011 Lyceum Series- "Trying To See The Forest For The Trees: Forest Health In The Rocky Mountains" Increasingly, we hear news reports of forests that are dying throughout North America from many different causes. Kicking off this year’s Lyceum Series on Saturday, February 12, at 7:00 p.m. is Wayne D. Shepperd. He will be examining Sudden Aspen Decline (SAD), a phenomenon that has killed hundreds of thousand ...

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Rocky Mountain Park Inn To Be Eco-Friendly Hospitality Leader In 2011

Progressive green business practices and new commitment to future vitality of Rocky Mountain National Park core components of Inn's new identity On February 1, 2011, Rocky Mountain Park Inn debuted a new name, an enhanced commitment to environmentally sound operating practices and a new partnership with the Rocky Mountain Nature Association that gives back to Rocky Mountain National Park in substantive ways ...

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Estes Park Museum Opens New Exhibit: Awakening Stories Of Ancient Bison Hunting

A new exhibit at the Estes Park Museum, Awakening Stories of Ancient Bison Hunting, explores bison hunting as it was practiced for thousands of years by Native Americans occupying territory in the plains and mountains. The public is invited to a free exhibit opening reception on Friday, February 4 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the Estes Park Museum, located at 200 Fourth Street. During the reception, guests may ...

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Community Corner Café Gathering Steam

The Community Corner Café’ (C3) is building up a head of steam in more ways than one. Anyone who would like to get in out of the cold and join the crowd for an evening of good food and good company without cost should come to Shepherd of the Mountains Lutheran Church (SMLC), 2000 Ptarmigan Trail, Friday evenings between 4:30 and 6:30. The reservation tickets for a “ride” in the dining car can be picked up f ...

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Handicap Fishing Access Area Completed!

Sometimes the road is empty, Sometimes the weather is bad, But the work goes on with the Best volunteers to be had. A dedicated crew of volunteers has rebuilt one of the treasures of Big Thompson Canyon, the handicapped fishing area! The area features a 160 foot long wheelchair ramp which leads to a large lower landing with three wheelchair accessible fishing piers that extend to the edge of the water. Ther ...

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First Colorado Realty Featuring Property On National Television Show

The Estes Park real estate market has been afforded a unique opportunity to showcase a select property on a national television program. Christian Collinet, broker/owner, of First Colorado Realty in Estes Park was contacted by Ranch and Resort TV to highlight a significant, historic property on their TV show. Collinet selected the historic Overlook Ranch located on Devil’s Gulch road, owned by long-time res ...

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Mountain Lions Being Seen More Frequently

In the past three weeks, there have been at least three known kills by mountain lions in the Estes Valley. Local CDOW volunteer and mountain lion researcher Jayne Zmijewski monitors these kills and even sets up motion detector cameras near the carcasses and has recently caught these amazing images of the cats eating their prey with her cameras. These photos are proof that we share our community with these l ...

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Experience Rocky Mountain National Park During The Holidays

The holiday season is a great time to visit Rocky Mountain National Park. In addition to beautiful scenery, wildlife viewing and a variety of winter recreational activities to do on your own, some fun activities with park rangers are offered. Rocky Mountain National Park has a calendar full of fun family activities for the holidays. On the east side of the park: Winter Storytime-December 26 through January ...

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