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  The Estes Park Museum is a great play to wander around. Their exhibits are constantly changing and are always very informative. Right now they have a display on what Estes Park used to look like when Hidden Valley was open and the people were having a ball! Here is an excerpt from their poster: […]

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  Rocky Mountain National Park News Release: Bear Lake Road is one of the most popular scenic roads in Rocky Mountain National Park and provides year-round visitor access to a variety of wonderful recreational opportunities.  More than 2 million visitors a year are estimated to drive on Bear Lake Road and last year over 440,000 […]

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On Tuesday, February 28, weather permitting, Bear Lake Road, from the Park & Ride to Bear Lake, will be temporarily closed from 6:00 a.m. to approximately 11:00 a.m. for pile burning operations.  The road will be closed for visitor safety, due to the location of the piles and the intense heat from the burning operations.  […]

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Subject: Pile Burning Will Temporarily Close Bear Lake Road in Rocky Mountain National Park – February 22 Pile burning will temporarily close Bear Lake Road in Rocky Mountain National Park on Wednesday, February 22, weather permitting, Bear Lake Road, from the Park & Ride to Bear Lake, will be temporarily closed from 6:00 a.m. to approximately […]

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  Winter storm photos from Rocky Mountain National Park, February 3, 2012. Early this morning we had received 16 inches of new snow at Bear Lake, elevation 9, 475 feet, and it was snowing at the rate of  1 to 2 inches an hour.   A half inch of new snow was reported this morning at […]

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  I took this photograph while on a hike a few weeks ago…before all of the snow! It as a glorious day and just perfect weather. Ribbon Falls is still in the shade a bit, but I think you can see it with Mount McHenry in the background. Since then, the mountains have gotten hit with a […]

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