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2014-01-16 23:30:43

Estes Park Medical Center (EPMC), a 25-bed critical access hospital in Rocky Mountain National Park, is excited to announce their new website: epmedcenter.com. EPMC collaborated with Montana advanced website development company JTech Communications to plan, design and develop the interactive site that will serve residents and visitors of Estes Park into the future. Bozeman, Montana (PRWEB) January 16, 2014 Estes Park Medical Center (EPMC), a 25-bed critical access hospital in Rocky...

2011-02-01 18:25:00

ESTES PARK, Colo., Feb. 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Rocky Mountain Park Inn debuts a new name, an enhanced commitment to environmentally sound operating practices and a new partnership with the Rocky Mountain Nature Association that gives back to Rocky Mountain National Park in substantive ways. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20110201/LA40677) Formerly the Holiday Inn - Rocky Mountain Park, the Estes Park property is a Forever Resort, a family of companies based in...

2008-08-02 00:00:14

By Dan England, Greeley Tribune, Colo. Aug. 2--WHAT IS IT? Snowdrift Peak (12,274 feet). WHERE IS IT? Rocky Mountain National Park. HOW LONG IS IT? Almost 17 miles. You'll gain more than 3,000 feet. HOW DO I GET THERE? Take U.S. 34 west through Estes Park, then follow the signs to Rocky Mountain National Park. Take Bear Lake Road to the parking lot and start up the Flattop Mountain Trail. IS THERE A FEE? $20 to get into the park, although if you're arriving early -- which you...

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Rocky Mountain National Park
2013-04-17 16:05:51

Rocky Mountain National Park is located in north-central Colorado in the United States. The park holds 265,761 acres of protected land and is bordered by Routt National Forest in the northwest, Arapaho National Forest in the southwest, and Roosevelt National Forest in the east and west. The park is separated into two areas by the Continental Divide, giving the west and east areas different climates and habitats. It holds 450 miles of streams and 150 different lakes, as well as 72 mountain...

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