Rustic River Cabins
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- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsRustic River Cabins Estes Park
These cabins harken back to the 20s or 30s when they were built. With wood paneling, stone fireplaces and simple furniture, you can enjoy a peaceful rest listening to the river. The fire pit is in the back.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Rustic River Cabins Estes Park
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The weather in this area of Colorado is cool and damp -- more damp than I've ever seen. We awoke on this, our 25th Anniversary, to brilliant sunshine following a night of rain. The Big Thompson is pretty noisy and high, but beautiful as ever. We drank coffee, and headed to breakfast. We have only a spotty wifi here and no …
... kook host named Zack came out and staged some fake stuff for their show. He said they aren't allowed back. He also talked about the show Ghost Hunters (T.A.P.S) and how they come out every year... and they don't stage stuff. He told us a lot of stories about experiences people have had and also some history. Things like people getting pushed out of their beds, getting tucked into their beds, getting all their clothes folded, ...
... o man, horse ***** are baaaaad! I think my horsy was getting really ****** off with it too, as from time to time she'd stop and start neighing her head off for no apparent reason. Although we were both sore kneed and jelly legged by the end of it, it was a pleasant experience and the terrific mountain vistas made it very worthwhile.
We limped back to the car and headed off to Steamboat Springs, the place we heard about from the couple we assisted in Salvador Rnd 2.
We left straight from zip lining heading to Estes Park for our Stanley Hotel stay. En route, our car decided to die right in the middle of rush hour traffic. We were lucky enough to pull off the side of the road. We had not had any car trouble up to this point. We had no idea who to call and I ended up calling 911, who sent me to the local sheriff's dept. A really nice police officer came out and called us a tow truck. Luckily for ...
... site of Denver's city lights twinkling against a dark canvas.
The climbing at "Eldo" feels much like Mt. Arapiles in Australia to us: steep, traditionally protected face climbing. However, the climbing in Eldo is even more cerebral due to its sparse gear placement options--you have to think ahead and be creative.
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