Pine Haven Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Pine Haven Resort Estes Park
Travel Blogs from Estes Park
... Lake is another .7 of a mile up, and features beautiful waterfalls. Fly-fishing seemed popular on this lake. The last, Emerald, is above the treeline, fed by glaciers, and surrounded by a mountain cirque nestled under Hallet's Peak. The trail opens to huge vistas where my panorama feature got lots of workout.
When we drove away, we knew we were leaving our favorite place in the world for the last time ...
... anyway. So, we drove around the park a little longer and then headed back towards the cabin which was on the way.
We made sandwiches and headed out to where we were supposed to meet for our RAZR rental. As usual, we got stuck behind the slowest frickin car driving way under the speed limit. They had a Colorado plate so there was no "tourist" excuse. We found the right unmarked dirt road and made it on time. They fitted us ...
... Creaky floorboards, dated decor and furniture. Except for the electricity, you could almost believe it was a century earlier. The grounds were gorgeous too, and completely snow-covered. There is an original Stanley Steamer original car on display in the foyer. Justin had mentioned that the fourth floor is supposed to be the most haunted (the hotel was the inspiration for Stephen King's 'The Shining') so on check in I encouraged him to ask for a room ...
... was a neat experience to witness the singing of their national anthem with no lead singer, or no music over the p.a system, pretty powerful really.
We had a bit of a sleep in on the second day and went on a 3 hour ( 9 mile) trail ride in Rocky Mountain National Park in the afternoon. We circled around Moraine Park and Beaver
Meadows. Great scenery and the smell of the wild flowers, especially the wild roses, will linger a bit longer in my ...
We are between worlds. Just a short time left here in the States...seeing friends and family, soaking up the love and the Fall colors. Soon, we will say our last Bon Voyage, strap on our backpacks, and head south.
Alas, here we are: 1AM the night before our flight departs. In true Natalie fashion, I have pathologically procrastinated everything, so ...