Fawn Valley Inn

Address: 2760 Fall River Road, Estes Park, Colorado, 80517, United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on 2760 Fall River Road, Estes Park, is near Peak to Peak Scenic Highway, Stanley Hotel Tour, Alluvial Fan, and Sprague Lake.
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      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Estes Park

      Rocky Mountains

      A travel blog entry by alanhopkins on Aug 01, 2014

      ... t staying in the park this time we are staying in nearby Estes Park as all the park sites were full. Instead we hit the main visitor centre to try to get an idea of what to do, this involved watching a film that offered no assistance whatsoever. The weather is windy and not too nice so our options are a tiny bit limited. In the end we opted to do a well-known drive up into the hills. Basically it was a 2 hour round trip through hills ...

      Four Lakes and a Brewery

      A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Aug 31, 2013

      14 photos

      ... in it. We saw an osprey soaring overhead there. We went up and up some more and came to Dream Lake. Dream Lake was really long and it took us a while to get to the other end. There were people fishing at this lake. We saw a Clark's Nutcracker there. Then we went up an even steeper trail with lots of steps made of logs and stone. At the top we found Emerald Lake which is surrounded by steep mountains on ...

      DAY TOUR OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS

      A travel blog entry by jdboy on Jun 02, 2013

      51 photos

      ... an elevation of 11,796 feet. The sweat-shirt definitely came on as the temperature had dropped significantly. They had a gift shop and restaurant, and of course more amazing scenery. We continued our ascent, although only for another couple of minutes, to the highest point of our tour, situated almost 2 miles above sea level. There is only about 50% of the oxygen in the air at this elevation compared with sea level and you could tell. More fluids needed. Me and the Aussies ...

      Adrienne, Adrieeeeeeenne,

      A travel blog entry by doctormick on May 06, 2013

      4 photos

      ... knowledgeable ranger and I was ready to go. For some reason I had worn my summer boots and left my gaiters behind so I had to go with the lower routes and the first up was the Cub lake loop. It was a peaceful 7 mile hike with limited elevation change but it got interesting a couple of miles in with the snow laying on the trail. I was cocky enough to leave the hiking poles strapped to the pack and I nearly made it all the way around the snowbound trail safely – but ...

      Hotel crisis averted

      A travel blog entry by hollynjym on Sep 21, 2012

      126 photos

      ... close in a field by the park entrance but it was so dark you could barely see them. I could make out that one guy had a HUGE rack. I hope to see him in the daylight because it was so dark we couldn’t take any pics. I like this location for the hotel because fall River is a great entrance and you are really close to some good viewing locations. They even say the elk wander here by the river but I haven’t been blessed to see that yet. ...