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Was du in Estes Park unternehmen kannst

Entdecke die Stadt aus der Perspektive von Einheimischen. Entdecke die schönsten Dinge, die man unternehmen kann, sowie die besten Restaurants, und erhalte unbezahlbare Ratschläge von den Menschen, die hier leben.

Hotel
“The history of The Stanley Hotel is the history of Estes Park. You can take a history tour there and learn about how F.O. Stanley helped laid the foundation for Estes Park to become the tourist destination it is today. ”
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Mexikanisches Restaurant
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“Vibrant, locally owned, sustainable cafe serving up traditional Mexican eats with a Colorado twist plus margaritas & beer in Estes Park. We've enjoyed meals and happy hours there. Love the skinny margaritas!”
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Einkaufszentrum
“Great tourist area! entryway to Rocky Mountain National Park. Go see the Elk! Don't forget The Stanley Hotel- where Stephen King wrote The Shining”
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Restaurant
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“Back in the 60s this was a roadhouse, and the college students would come up from Boulder to dance to the bands. Now, it is an excellent restaurant with a great happy hour! The staff are great, the atmosphere is pure mountain rustic, and the live music is fun. They don’t take reservations, so plan to get there early for happy hour or just get there early enough that a long wait time doesn’t get you too hangry. (This is a favorite hang out for Park employees and wild land fire crews — if you sit at the bar long enough you might be able to get some inside tips and good stories.)”
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Café
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“Best local coffee in Estes Park. Surrounded by beautiful scenery all year, come enjoy a savory cup of coffee, dive into your book or just enjoy the peaceful sounds of nature with our outdoor seating.”
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Restaurant
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“One of the best new restaurants in Estes, and you can walk there from our Casa Larkspur! Great locally sourced fresh food and friendly atmosphere. We recommend getting a reservation!”
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Essen
“Micro brewery with excellent beer and rotating food truck. If you are staying in the cottage or house on the hill you can walk here!”
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Frühstückscafé
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“Be sure to visit this bakery and cafe early. This is a sit down restaurant. ”
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History Museum
“Cute little museum with local information. Not big or an all day activity but is worth the look.”
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Bekleidungsgeschäft
“You will find every outdoor adventure gear needed here! Plus, they have a bargain basement on top brands like The North Face, Marmot, etc....plus they have a climbing gym too”
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Bar
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“Estes Park - Want a dive bar with a local feel? This place is perfect. Has a few pool tables and a couple of pinball games... and shuffleboard. Fun place!”
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Point of Interest
“The Estes Park Aerial Tramway was designed and built by Robert Heron. Mr. Heron became involved with tramway during World War Two. The 10th Mountain Division contracted the engineering company Mr. Heron worked for to design a portable tramway for use in Italy and Germany. The task was assigned to Mr. Heron. A book entitled “The Tramway Builders”, by Philip A. Lunday and Charles M. Hampton gives the history about these tramways and the men who built them. After the war Mr. Heron traveled to Europe to study the tramways and became more fascinated with their design and capabilities. Because of the steep terrain, many trams in Europe do not require any towers to support the wire ropes. The entire length is a free span between the bottom and the top stations. The Estes Park Aerial Tramway utilizes this design. A free span is fairly uncommon in the United States and this type of design affords a very smooth ride. Mr. Heron also became one of the pioneering chair lift builders for the United States ski industry and built the first double chair lift in this country. The Estes Park Aerial Tramway opened to the public in July, 1955. Since then it has safely carried more than 3 million people to the summit of Prospect Mountain. The tramway is still owned and operated by the Heron family. May 25th to September 2nd Open 9 am-6pm daily”
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Grill-Imbiss
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“Fantastic BBQ. Be sure to go in the off time otherwise you will be waiting. Loved by locals and tourists alike. There is a second location which is not as well known at the 18 Hole Golf course (locals secret). ”
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Steakhouse
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“A little prices but well worth it. The setting is in a historic lodge and the food and service are great!”
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Indisches Restaurant
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“Excellent Indian and Nepalese food! The Lamb Curry is one of our favs but everything is super tasty here. Go ahead - try it! Be sure to order the rice pudding or a mango lassi for a delicious treat.”
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Amerikanisches Restaurant
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“Estes Park - This place has an 80's sort of feel, but is a great spot to watch the ducks play in the pond just outside the large windows. Make sure to sit in the main dining room. Food is pretty good. ”
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