Deer Crest Resort
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Travel Blogs from Estes Park
... then green. Estes park is pretty cool and is a great place for hikers. When we got into our room there was the usual argument about the pool and the kids wanting to swim and me wanting to get things organised. We settled for going for a drive to look for snow. Instead we found a chocolate factory. Woohoo. We stayed there for about an hour before trying to ...
At last we find a moose (and her calf), big horned sheep, and a huge elk....... That only leaves a black bear, the owner here says if you hear the dog barking, its the black bear and her two cubs.... So you never know.. Way up high again in the tundra..... Both of us have slightly bloody noses with the altitude..its not altitude sickness, because ...
... the hotel. We were given the history of the hotel and its builders, FO and FA Stanley, who made their fortune from their invention of the dry-plate photographic film, which they later sold to Eastman. They were also the inventors of the steam car, which was popular. The hotel was opened in 1909, and was a very popular place during the summer months. Due to a few incidents that happened over the years, including a propane ...
... up on the tundra gathering grasses.
We checked into Murphy’s River Lodge and it was late…after 7:30. Our room…117 is on the corner by the road, 2 queen beds and is very large. My complaints would be that the shower curtain is too short so water gets everywhere. There is no place to put toiletries but I suppose if it was an issue they could go under the sink. The hot water was more warm than hot and ...
... Signs EVERYWHERE warn that you should plan for 2 hours each way on the shuttle and 2) You have to go all the way back into town after you finish your hike to get your car, and then, if you want to see any more of that part of the park, drive back in and try again. A nuisance. (I didn't ask where they collect park fees or check passes--I bet that's part of the two-hour hold-up.) The park information actually suggests that you do your Bear ...