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Prospect Mountain Cam

 
 


Lake Estes

 
 


The Rocky Mountain Channel
EPTV Channel 8 *LIVE*

 
 



Church Shops East

 
 



Church Shops West

 
 



The Taffy Shop

 
 



Estes Park Fairgrounds East

 
 



Estes Park Fairgrounds West

 
 



Lumpy Ridge

 
 



Village Square South

 
 



Village Square North

 
 



Longs Peak

 
 



Alpine Visitors Center

 
 



Longs Peak

 
 



Fairgrounds Grandstands

 
 



West Elkhorn Ave.

 
 



East Elkhorn Ave.

 
 



Interactive Webcam Map

 
 



Glen Haven, Colorado (Downtown)

 
 



Glen Haven, Colorado (VFD)

 
 



Eldora Ski Area

 
 



Fall River

 
 



Stanley Hotel

 
 


Denver Web Cam
Denver, Colorado

 
 


Fall River Entrance Station RMNP
Fall River Entrance Station RMNP

 
 


Beaver Meadows Entrance Station RMNP
Beaver Meadows Entrance RMNP

 
 


Glacier Basin Webcam RMNP
Glacier Basin RMNP

 
 


Kawuneeche Valley RMNP
Kawuneeche Valley RMNP

 
 


Downtown Estes Park
Prudential Downtown Cam

 
 


Windcliff
Windcliff

 
 



Fall River (Highway 36)

 
 



Wildwood Inn

 
 



McGregor Mountain Lodge

 
 



Little Valley

 
 



The Reserve

 
 



Wild Basin

 
 



Nederland, Colorado

 
 



Ward, Colorado

 
 



Grand Lake, Colorado

 
 



YMCA of the Rockies 2

 
 



More CDOT Webcams

 
 



Grand Lake, Colorado

 
 


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Welcome to the number one source of High Definition Live Streaming Webcams and Time-Lapse Videos in and around Estes Park, Colorado! Estes Park is the gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park and is a destination for over 3 million visitors a year!

Estes Park is a town in Larimer County, Colorado, United States. A popular summer resort and the location of the headquarters for Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park lies along the Big Thompson River. Estes Park had a population of 5,858 at the 2010 census. Estes Park sits at an elevation of 7,522 feet (2,293 m) on the front range of the Rocky Mountains at the eastern entrance of the Rocky Mountain National Park. Its location is 40°22?22?N 105°31?09?W.[23] Its north, south and east extremities border the Roosevelt National Forest. Lumpy Ridge lies immediately north of Estes Park.

According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 5.9 square miles (15 km2), of which 5.8 square miles (15 km2) is land and 0.1 square miles (0.26 km2) (0.85%) is water.

Three million tourists visit Rocky Mountain National Park each year; most use Estes Park as their base.

Rocky Mountain National Park is a national park located in the north-central region of the U.S. state of Colorado. It features majestic mountain views, mountain lakes, a variety of wildlife, varied climates and environments—from wooded forests to mountain tundra—and easy access to back-country trails and campsites. The park is located northwest of Boulder, Colorado, in the Rockies, and includes the Continental Divide and the headwaters of the Colorado River.

The park has five visitor centers. The park headquarters, Beaver Meadows Visitor Center, is a National Historic Landmark, designed by the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture at Taliesin West.[3]

The park may be accessed by three roads: U.S. Highway 34, 36, and State Highway 7. Highway 7 enters the park for less than a mile, where it provides access to the Lily Lake Visitor Center which is closed indefinitely. Farther south, spurs from route 7 lead to campgrounds and trail heads around Longs Peak and Wild Basin. Highway 36 enters the park on the east side, where it terminates after a few miles at Highway 34. Highway 34, known as Trail Ridge Road through the park, runs from the town of Estes Park on the east to Grand Lake on the southwest. The road reaches an elevation of 12,183 feet (3,713 m), and is closed by snow in winter.

The California Zephyr serves Granby (near the west entrance of the park) by rail from Denver, crossing the Continental Divide through the Moffat Tunnel well south of the park. The park's website suggests Granby as an appropriate rail terminus for visitors,[4] although it lies about sixteen miles from the park without public transportation connections.

The park is surrounded by Roosevelt National Forest on the north and east, Routt National Forest on the northwest, and Arapaho National Forest on the southwest.