For those of you who are more interested in the pristine glory of Rocky Mountain National Park than black diamond slopes of Vail, the winter activities in Estes are phenomenal. From sledding and cross country skiing to ice skating and snow shoeing, there’s no shortage of winter activities here.
In fact, this year the Estes Park Winter Festival offers fun for the entire family. Chili cook-offs, snowman-building and other fun activities await those who participate. Don’t miss out. Check out our special page that lists all of the activities at the top of our home page.
Lodging in Estes Park is abundant, especially in the off-season. Since more than 3 million people visit The Park in the summer months, you can imagine how many hotels and motels are needed. But during the winter, you can take advantage of the slower time and find some pretty hot deals. While many of the other mountain towns are raising their prices this time of year, lodging owners in Estes are offering great deals. So if you want to plan your staycation now or for spring break, be sure to check out all of the specials and hot deals listed on the link on our home page.