Hit the road or nearby trails on two wheels. Whether you are looking for a challenge or a scenic tour of town, our full-service bike shop and rentals are ready to help you explore the area. Have a riding partner or want to go with the family? We have tandem bikes available along with tag-a-longs and bike trailers for the little ones in your life. Affordable fun for all, next to the Lake Estes bike path. Have your own bike, but not sure where to ride? Visit our suggested trails and local favorite rides.
We offer a fully stocked fishing department for all of your fly, spin casting or bait fishing needs. We offer the latest flies, lures and baits and can make recommendations to accommodate your fishing wishes. We also have a wide assortment of rods and reels to choose from, including Redington rods and reels. Our staff is knowledgeable and willing to answer any questions you may have, as well as offer insight into locations that suit your fishing style or wishes.
Be sure to check out our new Staff Fishing Report, written by our own Estes Park Mountain Shop fishing guides.
There is nothing like waking up in the outdoors, and we believe it is an experience everyone should be lucky to have at one point in their lives. The Estes Valley offers many areas for camping, and Rocky Mountain National Park has many camp sites within it's boundaries.
To camp in the Park during the summer consult the backcountry office for more information on permits and regulations. Outside of the Park there are hundreds of other camp sites, with most in the Roosevelt National Forest. Our staff is ready to help you enjoy the great outdoors. For more information, gear or rentals, stop by the store today.
There are over 350 miles of trails within the Rocky Mountain National Park. Enough to keep you busy for several summers. RMNP offers hikes for beginners to experts; from a half mile hike to 100 mile hike, there are plenty of challenges that await you. Folks are always asking us for some our our favorite or recommended hikes, so we thought we'd put together a bunch of them for you HERE.
We also HIGHLY recommend consulting Lisa Fosters’ “Hiking Guide to Rocky Mountain National Park” for more information (can be found in our guide book section at Estes Park Mountain Shop).
With few places in the United States able to surpass Estes Park in rock climbing, it is no wonder the area attracts world-class climbers and thrill seekers alike. We are extremely lucky to live and work in an area famous for top-notch rock climbing, and can give you tips on the best areas to climb for all skill levels. Cracks, crags, edges, slabs and boulders galore - we've got you covered with a collection of our favorite routes and problems all of which are varying in difficulty.