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Estes Park is bordered by Rocky Mountain National Park. The surrounding mountains in Rocky Mountain National Park range in elevation from 8,500 to over 14,000 feet. Homeowners in Estes Park experience its majestic setting and enjoy activities such as miles of paved walking trials, hiking trails, world class fishing and rock and mountain climbing. Estes Park is a year-round community with nearly 6,000 residents. The downtown offers unique shops, galleries, restaurants and places to explore. The Big Thompson and Fall Rivers meet at Riverside Plaza, an open park connecting to the Riverwalk and the miles of improved hiking and biking trails that traverse the valley floor past a bird sanctuary, golf courses and circle Lake Estes. There are many community events that take place in Estes Park. Some events are the Stanley Film Festival (held on the grounds of the Stanley Hotel where horror-writer Stephen King penned “The Shining,” Scandinavian Midsummer Festival, Rooftop Rodeo, Longs Peak Scottish Irish Highland Festival, Wool Market, Jazz Fest & Art Walk, Elk Fest, Catch the Glow Holiday Parade & Celebration and Estes Park Duck Race. There is much to do in Estes Park. The climate is dry, both summer and winters, receiving an average of 14 inches of precipitation each year. On average, the village receives only 34 inches of snow during a winter season.