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Boulder Brook on Fall River

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1900 Fall River Road
Estes Park, CO 80517

Toll-Free:
800-238-0910
Local:
970-586-0910
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Nestled next to the rambling waters of Fall River, BOULDER BROOK is ideally located to take advantage of the unique shopping of downtown Estes Park or the rugged splendor of the Rocky Mountain National Park.

Whether exploring or staying "home" to quietly sit in the shade reading or fishing, it is likely that you will enjoy a visit from deer, elk, or bighorn sheep.

The town of Estes Park is a small community snuggled in a high mountain valley (elevation 7522 ft.). Although surrounded by snowcapped peaks up to 14,000 ft., Estes Park has no mountain passes to cross and is easily accessible year-round. The town is well kept with alpine gardens, aspen and numerous picnic areas. For over 100 years, Estes Park has welcomed guests to this magnificent natural area.

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