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Bear Paw Cabin

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2429 Hwy 66
Estes Park, CO 80517

Phone:
303-442-4036
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Cabins / Cottages

Description

Bear Paw Cabin is an original Estes Park Homestead built in 1915, the same year Rocky Mountain National Park was established. Bear Paw was built as two cabins by sisters on the property. One was known as the "summer" cabin and the other one was the "winter" cabin.

During the 1950s, the two cabins were combined into one delightful home with the addition of what is now the main living room that contains the wet bar and native stone log fireplace. Our "Open Year Around" cabin is priced according to your group size making it affordable to all.

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