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Parks und Natur in Larimer County

Erstklassige Parks

Park
“World-famous Rocky Mountain National Park is about a 50 minute drive directly west of Loveland adjacent to Estes Park. Check out the famous "haunted" Stanley Hotel while in Estes Park!”
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Park
“The park has endless trails for mountain biking, hiking and horseback riding. There are many coves to swim in and the paddle boarding provides spectacular views!”
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Kunstgalerie
“Loveland is known as the sculpture capital of North America. Many artists live here and are home to the foundries and the famous International Sculpture Show during the second week of August. Over 300 sculptures on permanent display amid nice paved walkways and ponds. 2-minute drive from house.”
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Andere tolle Restaurants mit Sitzmöglichkeiten im Freien
“Best hike and hidden trails, good day hike or shorter trails if you just need to stretch your legs. Love this area!”
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Park
“I love hiking here. It is dog friendly, and the keyhole is a nice spot to stop and take pictures.”
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Park
“Boyd Lake State Park holds events for the public including fishing derbies and clinics, education programs, and volunteer projects. The activities include boating, fishing, picnicking, swimming, hiking, biking, and hunting. ”
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Straße
“The highest paved hwy in the U.S. Stunning views as you drive up and over the continental divide in Rocky Mountain National Park just west of Estes Park.”
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Kunstgalerie
“Free and very close (about a mile) to Airbnb home. This walk is enjoyable and you can go for half an hour to two hours. You can bring a picnic meal. Large variety of sculptures in a very easy walk. I find something new almost every time I go. ”
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Spielplätze

Playground
“Estes Park (15.7 Miles) - Park in the center of Estes Park. All sorts of events here with free music sometime. Some events include the famous Elk Fest, art markets, farmer markets, concerts and festivals. Park in the parking garage and take the shuttle to avoid trying to find a parking place!”
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Park
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Park
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Wanderwege

Wanderweg
“One of the iconic places to visit in Rocky Mountain National Park. Head up early for parking though. There are good shuttle buses throughout the day for the later starters as well :)”
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Wanderweg
“Very nice place to hike that is pretty local. Great for people staying here that are just here for the weekend and want to hike between here and Ft. Collins.”
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Wanderweg
“Another great hiking trail, and one of the beat 14ers in Colorado. You can take this trail to the top of Longs if you want an epic, extremely arduous and very long hike, or if you want to make it a little easier you can take it to Chasm Lake at the base of Longs Peak. Both are very big, challenging days. ”
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Wanderweg
“Devil's Backbone Nature Trail is a 4.3 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Loveland, Colorado that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. Don't forget your camera! Rattle snakes have been spotted on this trail (as they have most trails in Colorado), so please keep an eye on your children and pets. ”
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Wanderweg
“There's a great flat trail around Lily Lake that's suitable for kids and grandparents. Offers great views of Twin Sisters. Great for an afternoon picnic!”
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Lake
“ Good all around trail for the whole family. It gets crowded in the summer. Go early or late in the day. Parking is limited. ”
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Wanderweg
“This is my favorite trail in all of Estes and the RMNP! The views can not be beat. Absolutely stunning views of the Estes valley and surrounding mountains. This hike is relatively easy. It is 2 miles round trip, with a bit of elevation gain - but nothing crazy. There aren’t any more than a few step ups. Along the route to the summit, there are obvious places to stop and look out at the view. I debated whether to include this hike in my guidebook, bc this is a relatively new trail - meaning it’s still mostly uncrowded, which just makes it that much better! Definitely bring your camera on this hike! There is a $5 fee to enter Hermit Park ( owned by Larimer county, not part of RMNP ), but once you’re in there is plenty of parking available. ”
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