Rocky Mountain Tranquility

Welcome to the time of year when it is so tranquil and beautiful in Rocky Mountain National Park and Estes Park—the wildlife is abundant, well except for the bears and chipmunks and we are all gearing up for the Holidays!  If you haven’t checked out our website in a while, you may want to go to our blog page and check out the video of a visitor from this season.  : )

Do you want a special gift this year?  Maybe a family gift of a get-a-way to the mountains!  Time together to enjoy what is really important in life—just being together!  There are many gifts that will be purchased and returned or played with for a bit and lost or broken, but a gift certificate to the Inn on Fall River will not be returned—it will be shared for years to come!   The memories of time in front of the fireplace together, playing a game or just chit chatting.  Making memories is easy; just take the time to do it.  We would like to help make your gift giving easy!  Give us a call to purchase your gift certificates to the Inn on Fall River.

The Parade of Lights will be on Friday, November 26th—this is the kick-off to the Christmas Season in Estes Park.  While thinking about getting out and about during the winter months make your plans now to come and enjoy the 2nd Annual Winter Festival in Estes Park.  This event will take place on January 14-17, 2011.  This event is scheduled with the Annual Winter Trails Day at RMNP on Saturday.  Some highlights for the Winter Festival are: Chili Cook-Off, Wine & Beer Tasting and an Interactive Ice Castle.  There will also be a Scavenger Hunt for the prize elk--$1000.00 in prizes for the winner.

We would also like to remind you that our summers fill quickly and invite you to go ahead and make your plans now and call us for availability for the summer season 2011.

1 comment (Add your own)

1. Christopher Aiken wrote:
I'm looking forward to staying there during my trip to RMNP this winter (January, 2011). It's an amazing place!

Sat, January 22, 2011 @ 9:22 AM

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