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The Ridgeline Hotel Estes Park
The Ridgeline Hotel Estes Park. Nestled in the heart of Estes Park, uniquely positioned minutes from downtown, you’ll find The Ridgeline. The Ridgeline Hotel offers guests convenient access to the adventures of Rocky Mountain National Park and the leisure of Estes Park.
Close Access to Rocky Mountain National Park
Widely regarded as the gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park is a destination for thrill-seekers, casual vacationers, and everyone in between. Estes Park is whatever you need it to be: your base camp for mountain adventures, your sanctuary for encountering wildlife, or your comfort zone for rest and relaxation.
Leisurely stroll through town like the mighty elk that wander freely in our streets. Cast a line in Fall River. Take the Estes Park Aerial Tramway to the summit of Prospect Mountain for a breathtaking view of the valley.
Estes Park is a four-season destination that’s been drawing visitors for more than 100 years. Whether you’re planning a weekend getaway, a memorable meeting, or the family vacation of a lifetime, Estes Park is the perfect escape from the everyday. Rocky Mountain National Park is entrance fee-free on April 20th, as it is the first day of National Park Week.
DENVER AIRPORT TO ESTES PARK
Via Rental Car:
Estes is an hour and a half drive from Denver International Airport.
Toll – Road Route: Using Toll Roads to avoid cross-town traffic and stop lights: Take I470 north to I25 north. License plate tolling is in effect, and a bill will be sent to the owner of the car. If you’re driving a rental car, make sure you’ve made arrangements for tolls so that you aren’t charged extra by the rental company. You won’t need cash for tolls.
Non-Toll Road route: Leaving the airport, take Tower Road north to 104th then west on 104th to I25 north.
Go north on I25 to Colorado 66, west on 66 to Lyons, continue west on US36 to Estes Park.
Drivers coming from Denver may choose to take US36 through Boulder to Estes rather than the I25 route above.
The Ridgeline Hotel is about 70 miles from Denver International Airport, and is about a one-and-a-half hour drive time.
Via Shuttle Bus:
There is a shuttle service called Estes Park Shuttle that offers door-to-door pickup and drop-off service in Estes Park. They will drop you off at your designated airline at the airport, but their pickup location is the same for everyone.