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Holding the Line by Donna Carlson
A good reminder by the Estes Chamber of Commerce Director, Donna Carlson By DONNA CARLSON | PUBLISHED: September 8, 2020 at 1:35 p.m. | It would take a lot of snow to put this fire out, but at least it’s helping to contain the perimeter and slow the spread of the fire, very similar to the way we’re locking arms (figuratively, at six-foot distance) to slow the spread of the virus. Today’s Cameron Peak Fire Update talked about shifting resources to “protect values at risk.” A member of our marketing team brought this to my attention today at the perfect time for me to...
Guide to Fall Colors
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On May 1, 2020, Larimer County issued the guidelines for retail businesses during the "Safer-at-Home" phase of dealing with the Coronavirus. Nothing has changed regarding the requirements for businesses to operate while the threat of COVID remains. Face coverings are required inside of all businesses, but not outside. According to Larimer Country, retail establishments are allowed to operate if "open at 50% capacity and/or at a capacity that enables the retailer to maintain 6-foot distancing between customers and employees." In compliance with the County requirements, Brownfield's has implemented the 50% capacity restriction within our business, as this is the only...
Reader's Choice Awards 2020
Thank you for voting for Brownfield's as the best clothing store and the second happiest place in Estes Park after Rocky Mountain National Park.
Wild Basin Hikes by Trenton Ming
Rocky Mountain National Park is a beautiful mountain landscape that is full of hiking trails that are just waiting to be explored. I spent my first summer working in Estes Park in 2019, which gave me plenty of opportunities to explore this amazing National Park. Between May and November I was able to hike over 250 miles, summiting over 10 peaks and visiting countless other destinations. Through this time spent in RMNP I found that one of my favorite areas is Wild Basin and within it are some destinations that in my opinion do not get mentioned, or hiked enough....