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Section in Estes Park, Colorado
Do & See
Outdoor activities are the primary sources of entertainment for visitors with the Rocky Mountain National Park offering an abundance of opportunities for exploration in both summer and winter. The town of Estes is also full of life and is like living history since many of the shops and restaurants have been fixtures in the community for decades. Wherever you look, you can see the beauty of the area, from the construction and building materials to the surrounding mountains.
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Boating/Kayaking/Rafting

Boating/Kayaking/Rafting

While there are many lakes in the area, not all of them permit boating. Motorized boating is not permitted at all in the Rocky Mountain National Park. Lake Estes is one of the most popular locations for non-motor boating, and boats, canoes and kayaks can be rented from the Lake Estes Marina. Lake Estes Marina 1770 Big Thompson Avenue +1 970 586 2011 evrpd.com/marina/marina-info Several companies also offer whitewater rafting trips on the Poudre or Colorado Rivers: Rapid Transit Rafting 161 Virginia Avenue +1 970 586 8852 www.rapidtransitrafting.com A1 Wildwater 215 Park Lane +1 970 224 3379 www.a1wildwater.com
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Rock Climbing

Rock Climbing

All terrains are available for every skill levels. Lessons, guides, and an indoor climbing wall in town are available to learn more about the sport. Get started learning how to rock climb today because the mountains are even more beautiful when you climb them yourself. Estes Park Mountain Shop 2050 Big Thompson Avenue +1 970 586 6548 estesparkmountainshop.com Kent Mountain Adventure Center 170 Elm Road +1 970 586 5990 kmaconline.com Colorado Mountain School 341 Moraine Avenue +1 303 447 2804 www.totalclimbing.com
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