Vail Daily travel feature: Take the high road on a trip to Estes Park

6th September, 2014 by

By Krista Driscoll

There are many ways to drive to Estes Park, but one of the most scenic is definitely the route from Silverthorne. Head north from Interstate 70, past the Gore Range and Green Mountain Reservoir on through miles of rolling ranch land. The route takes a turn to the north before Granby and heads to Grand Lake, a quaint mountain town that has the largest natural lake in the state, all held at the western helm of Rocky Mountain National Park. This is where your adventure truly begins. The road into the park winds its way through marshland, where moose can …

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