All Your Mountain Adventures Under One Roof
Over 15,000 square feet make it a really big roof!
Welcome to the Estes Park Mountain Shop. We are located in Estes Park, Colorado - The Gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park. For over 30 years we have been providing great products and exceptional service for all your outdoor adventures. Please feel free to browse our website or call us on the phone, or better yet stop in and visit us!
The Best Deals on Outdoor Gear
We guarantee the lowest prices on outdoor equipment in Colorado.
We offer 1000’s of heavily discounted items from leading outdoor manufacturers like: The North Face, Columbia, Black Diamond, Prana, Marmot, Merrell, Mammut, MSR, Altra, New Balance, Camelbak, Specialized & Giant Bicycles, Umpqua, Kelty, Mountainsmith, Petzl, Salomon, Smith, BCA, Tubbs, Teva, and many more!
Sept. 14, 5:30 PM | Mountain Bike Rider's Meetup
Looking for like-minded local mountain bikers to ride with this summer? Join the Estes Park Mountain Shop's Riders Meetup every other Thursday. Rides will be lead by EPMS staff member and bike guru, Mitch. Plan for a 3 hour long ride (5:30 - 8:30 PM) each meetup - meetups will begin at the Estes Park Mountain Shop unless otherwise specified.
Sept. 17, 9 AM-5:30 PM | Wilderness and Remote First Aid + CPR
Presented by Wayne Smart, EMT
Far Out First Aid is a comprehensive 8 hour Course that teaches you, using hands-on simulations, how to respond to a medical emergency in a remote or wilderness location, with emphasis on the use of field expedients at the site to make stretchers, splints, and bandages.Upon completion, receive a 2 year cert good for OSHA, Fish and Wildlife Division and others. Course covers more subjects than any similar course offered - go to faroutfirstaid.com for a syllabus of the course and endorsements
Cost is $69 per person. Limited to 12 people ages 11+
Register at the Estes Park Mountain Shop or call 970.586.6548
Sept. 23, 7 PM | Killing Kili: Adventures on Mt. Kilimanjaro by Miles Hamby, PhD and USAF Academy Graduate
Ever daydream about climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, the tallest and most recognizable mountain in Africa? Join Miles as he shares his experience climbing to 19,341 feet through five different ecosystems to the top
of this exotic peak. Light refreshments will be provided.
Q + A with Miles after the presentation.
Admission is FREE and open to the public.