Things To Do in Estes Park

Explore Rocky Mountain & Downtown Estes Park

The Ridgeline Hotel Estes Park® is centrally located so guests can go exploring as soon as they leave the hotel. Steps away from Downtown Estes Park and near the gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park, The Ridgeline gives our guests access to infinite adventures. Start here and go anywhere.

Upscale, Yet Quaint

If you’ve never been to Estes Park before, you’re in for a treat! Lush, green, and at an elevation of 7,522 feet, here you will find the perfect mix of beautiful scenery and small town charm. Shoppers of all ages will delight in exploring our downtown district, with dozens of charming boutique shops and restaurants along the rushing Big Thompson River, including our own store, Trendz! Estes Park is a haven for rest and relaxation, a sanctuary for encountering wildlife, and the gateway to limitless adventure in…

Rocky Mountain National Park

Encompassing over 400 square miles, with more than 300 miles of hiking trails, Rocky Mountain National Park is an adventure destination unlike any other. Open 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, and located just minutes away from Estes Park, there is an activity for everyone all year long in Rocky Mountain National Park. Fishing, rock climbing, hiking, biking, and horseback riding attract visitors from all over the world each summer, and in the winter months, enjoy world-class sledding, skiing, and snow play.

Activities for All Seasons

No matter the time, no matter the season, there is plenty to see and do in Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park. Play a round of golf (or mini-golf) at a variety of local courses; take in a tour of the many fantastic local craft breweries and distilleries; go boating on Lake Estes; participate in a wide range of local festivals and events; and that’s just the beginning! Whether you are in the mood for summer activities or winter adventure, Estes Park is the place to be.

Pet-Friendly Activities

Rocky Mountain National Park only allows dogs on paved walkways – not on any trails. Luckily, Estes Park and surrounding areas outside the park are just as good! Explore Roosevelt National Forest and the Estes Park Trails system, instead.

1) Go for a lap around Lake Estes to take in the sights.
2) Stop by one of the pet-friendly places to grab a drink: The Barrel, Rock Cut Brewing Company, Avant Garde Aleworks or Lumpy Ridge Brewing.
3) Hike Lily Mountain, just six miles south of Estes Park.
4) Check out the Estes Valley Dog Park on the shores of Lake Estes.
5) Visit Trendz downtown, where pets can come inside to pick out a toy or treat for themselves!

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