Rocky Mountain Highlight
Fun is larger than life in and around Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado.
There’s fun of the adventurous sort in the wilds of the park, which is an ideal setting for wilderness camping and mountain climbing. It’s home to black bears, elk and bighorn sheep (though you’re welcome to visit). From mountain bikes to thrilling hikes, this is an outdoor lover’s dream.
And there’s the fun to be had in downtown Estes Park. Cradled by majestic mountain peaks, this is one lively hangout. Restaurants, boutiques, art galleries… it’s all here. Whether you’re shopping, dining or just sightseeing, it’s a fantastic place to spend time with people.
The Rocky Mountains deliver an elevated vacation experience, in more ways than one.
The stunning Riverwalk and more than 200 shops, restaurants and attractions make downtown Estes Park a must-see.
Trail Ridge Road
The “highway to the sky” offers visitors an unmatched view along the 48 miles between Estes Park and Grand Lake.
Alpine Ridge Trail
This short but intense hike climbs 200 feet in just 3/10 of a mile. Bring water and take breaks as you need.
Bear Lake, one of the most photographed features in the park, is a great jumping off point for several hiking trails.
Emerald Lake Trail
Get ready for this steady elevation climb with a well-worth-it view at the end. On the way, you’ll also get to see Nymph Lake and Dream Lake.
Glacier Creek’s booming Alberta Falls is a popular hiking destination for all visitors, and the perfect spot for a picnic.
You’ll feel like you’re on top of the world with these incredible mountain views.
The panoramic views — and the elevation — will take your breath away.
Visit Rocky Mountain National Park
The Rocky Mountains offer endless, year-round adventure. Nestled at the base of Rocky Mountain National Park, The Ridgeline Hotel Estes Park® offers guests convenient access to the park and is located just a few minutes away from downtown Estes Park.