2022 Notice: We are not a bus/shuttle company; no such services are available

News

Tips to stay warm hiking in the winter

Staying warm outdoors in the winter can be challenging, but there are a few steps you can take to stay comfortable and prevent hypothermia. First, it's important to dress in layers. Layering your clothing will trap warm air next to your body, which will help to keep you warm. Start with a base layer of moisture-wicking material, such as polyester or wool, which will help to keep your skin dry....

Read more

Gear to bring when hiking and visiting Rocky Mountain National Park

Here are some items that you should consider bringing with you when you go hiking: Water and snacks. It's important to stay hydrated and nourished while you're hiking, so bring plenty of water and snacks with you. Water bottles, hydration packs, or water filtration systems can help you stay hydrated, and high-energy snacks, such as energy bars or trail mix, can provide you with the fuel you need to keep...

Read more

Tips for Night Photography

When taking photos at night, there are a few key settings that you should consider adjusting on your camera in order to get the best results. These settings include: ISO: The ISO setting on your camera determines how sensitive the camera's sensor is to light. In general, you will want to use a low ISO value (e.g. 100 or 200) when taking photos at night in order to avoid introducing...

Read more

Animal Profiles - Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep

Animal Profiles - Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep

Taken by Estes Park Tour Guides Image: Ewe(female) Sheep   Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep have been the symbol of RMNP. The herd size and health has fluctuated in population due to hunting and poor conservation in the early 1900's due to their meat and horns being prized by settlers. The RMNP bighorn sheep herd today is more prominent along the eastern boundary of the park and the surviving native herds have continued...

Read more

What are you looking for?

Your cart

Book Now