4 Seasons Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews 4 Seasons Inn Estes Park
Travel Blogs from Estes Park
We arrive in Estes park early in the afternoon. The drive form Rawlins to here was only a few hours. We check in to the camp grounds, drop the trailer and head into the Rocky mountains national park. Its not long after the entrance that we come across some male elk's. Their antlers are covered in velvet and look so cool up close. We take the ridge drive across the rockies till we get to around 11,00o feet up. The views are just breathtaking. The weather is good with some blue sky. ...
... of road construction on our way to Estes park, the drive is about 50 minutes but the millions of traffic cones and road signs have my eyes bugged out of my skull and I am very happy when we pull up in front of our hotel in Estes. My focus now will turn to the marathon that will happen just 2 1/2 days after exiting the Canyon, this (the Marathon) should be interesting.End day 9
... due to all the traffic and people.
The 2 mile hike was pretty easy although very picturesque so afterward we decided to do another 1 mike hike to Nymph Lake and then walk back to the Glacier Gorge bus stop via Alberta Falls. In total we did 4.5 miles, Chris carrying Zach almost the whole way in the backpack.
We had dinner in Estees Park at Ed’s Cantina & Grill which was amazing Mexican food (thanks lonely planet) and even better top ...
... stuff. We also got ice cream. Then, we went to Park Theater and saw Despicable Me 2. We were supposed to see it in 3D, but there was an issue, so while the movie theater employees tried to fix it, the owner told us ghost stories and talked about the theater's background. Her family owned the theater since the 1960s, and Park Theater is the oldest still running theater in the ...
... signs all over saying “meadows closed” or smaller posted signs that say “area closed” most of those require you not go into those areas at ALL or between certain times of day (usually after 5pm until like 9am) That is probably because that is the prime time for wildlife viewing and their activity. People just disregard. They see other people doing it and they go for it. I have seen numerous people chased down by the poor park ...