Hiking

Rocky Mountain National Park and the surrounding area is a great location for hikers. More than 400 miles of trails provide access to remote areas so you can escape the crowds and savor the streams, meadows, and mountain

hikingThe Hiking Hut Inc
970-586-0708 | 110 East Elkhorn Avenue
Family owned business since 1989. Great friendly service and a complete line of outdoor adventure gear and clothing. Best outdoor gear shop in Estes Park. Full line of Life Is Good clothing. We offer gift certificates at our store. Stop in a say Hello…

Estes Park Mountain Shop and Sporting Goods
970-586-6548 | 2050 Big Thompson Ave

Welcome to the Estes Park Mountain Shop. We are located in Estes Park, Colorado – The Gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park. For over 20 years we have been providing great products and exceptional service for all your outdoor adventures. Please feel free to browse our website or call us on the phone, or better yet stop in and visit us!

Hermit Park Open Space
(970) 577 – 2090 | 17 Hermit Park Road, Estes Park

Hermit Park Open Space nestles into the hills, approximately two miles southeast of Estes Park, at an elevation of 7880-8964 feet. The preservation of this stunning area is a joint effort between Larimer County, Agilent Technologies, Town of Estes Park, Estes Valley Land Trust, Great Outdoors Colorado, City of Loveland, Erion Foundation, City of Fort Collins, McWhinney Foundation, Town of Berthoud, and many more contributors.

Kaiyote Tours
(970) 556 – 6103 | PO Box 4301, Estes Park

Rocky Mountain National Park has 359 miles of hiking trails! Covering 416 square miles, the park contains some of the most spectacular mountains and tundra in North America. Over 300 different species of birds have been identified. Elk, Moose and Coyotes can be seen openly roaming the meadows, while Bears, Mountain Lions and Bobcats are some of the more elusive predators we find in the forested areas.

Kirks Mountain Adventures / Kirks Flyshop
(970) 577 – 0790 | 230 E Elkhorn Ave, Estes Park

Offering Guided Backpacking, Horseback and Llama Pack Trips, Day Hikes, Longs Peak Trips and Snowshoeing Trips in Rocky Mountain National Park and the surrounding Estes Valley.

Rocky Mountain Nature Assoc. Field Seminar Center
(970) 586 – 3262 | 1895 Fall River Road, Estes Park

Rocky Mountain National Park serves as a premier classroom without walls on the crest of the continent, encompassing montane meadows and alpine tundra, rising from trout-filled streams and glacier-carved valleys to the summit of Longs Peak at 14,259 feet.

The Warming House
(970) 586 – 2995 | 790 Moraine Ave, Estes Park

Footpaths of the World also opened the doors for the Warming House to offer guided day hikes, guided backpacking trips, and guided snowshoe hikes. The Warming House is the only company in Estes Park offering guided trips in Rocky Mountain National Park.

For reservations or general inquiries call (970) 577-0087


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