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Make the Most of the Season’s Final Snowfalls

Bear Lake Frozen Over

  Spring comes a bit later here in Estes Park than other places throughout Colorado, thanks to our high altitude and the grand peaks that surround the valley. And although March 20th marks the first day of spring on the calendar, we’re still certain to see some snowfall throughout the area, which may come as… read more

Winter Activities In Estes Park

Winter Activities in Estes Park

Newcomers to Estes Park might find themselves a bit overwhelmed when they first arrive. From the staggering beauty of Rocky Mountain National Park to the countless activities our quaint mountain village offers, you might not know where to begin. Here at Rams Horn Village Resort, we’d like to extend a little guidance and recommend a… read more

Interesting Facts About Rocky Mountain National Park

Interesting Facts About RMNP

Rocky Mountain National Park is an integral component to the fabric of Colorado. With its plethora of wildlife, grandiose peaks, and stunning, awe-inspiring scenery, it has become one of the most visited national parks in the country. You can’t fully grasp an understanding of our beautiful state until you’ve visited. Officially established on January 26,… read more

Snowshoeing In Estes Park

Snowshoeing in Estes Park

After the last leaf falls and the first flakes begin to drift down, many hikers hang up their boots and stoke the fire, ready to wait out the winter months. Although sitting by the fire with your family offers a distinct sense of peace and tranquility unparalleled in relaxation, the snow doesn’t mean you’re unable… read more

The Elk Rut Is In Full Swing!

All About the Elk Rut

  It’s that time of year again! It’s early October, and that means the elk rut is at its height. During the fall (usually from September to October), you’ll notice that the elk are behaving quite strangely around our Estes Park resort. That’s because it’s mating season for elk in the region—as the weather cools,… read more

A Guide to Animals in Rocky Mountain National Park

Rams Horn Village Resort Wildlife Triptych

Here at Rams Horn Village Resort, our back yard is Rocky Mountain National Park. And alongside being just minutes from one of the most beautiful national treasures, we’re also smack dab in the middle of a habitat that numerous majestic mountain animals love to call home. Throughout Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) and Estes Park,… read more

All You Need to Know About Fall Colors in Estes Park!

Rams Horn Village Fall Colors Triptych

The first day of fall is September 22, and along with the equinox, we can expect a flurry of color from the gorgeous aspen trees around Estes Park. As the days grow shorter, aspen trees throughout the area begin to turn red, orange, and golden yellow. It’s a grand display that only Mother Nature can… read more

Fall Is Right Around the Corner!

Rams Horn Village Autumn Triptych

  It’s August. The temps are cooling down and folks are filtering out of Estes after the summer rush. Late summer means simpler times here in the Park. We love the lack of crowds, the warm weather, the turning of the leaves, and the lazy days spent relaxing here at the resort. If you’re thinking… read more

10 Easy Hikes in Rocky Mountain National Park

10 Easy Hikes in RMNP

  Rocky Mountain National Park offers unending picturesque landscapes. You’ll find a myriad of flora and fauna, dreamlike formations of rock, cascading waterfalls, and weaving paths that put you right in the center of it all. It’s the perfect escape, and it’s an unbeatable experience. Now, folks are often overwhelmed when they make their first… read more

Fantastic Waterfall Hikes Here in Rocky Mountain National Park

Fantastic Waterfall Hikes in RMNP

It’s summer! The temperatures are spiking, which means that snow is melting off of the ridges and peaks that form the Continental Divide, as well as the many mountains that speckle Rocky Mountain National Park. Along with all of this snow melt, the Rockies come alive with the sound of cascading water, as well as… read more