The perfect Colorado mountain getaway.
4 Seasons Inn on Fall River is located 1 mile west of Downtown Estes Park.
Downtown Estes Park along Elkhorn Avenue at first glance is full of tourist shops, galleries and restaurants. Yet right out the backdoor of the shops is a surprise! Estes Park's Riverwalk - a wonderful park that meanders along the riverbanks all the way through town.
Filled with intimate spots, shade, sculpture - it's an inviting place to explore. Enjoy outdoor dining & coffee on the patio, places to dip a finger in the cold mountain water, benches to sit and people watch, and easy strolling through the Village. Two mountain rivers, Fall River and Big Thompson, join in the middle of the Riverwalk, which stretches from the golf course & Lake Estes in the East to Performance Park in the West.
It is also located 3 miles away from Rocky Mountain National Park.
Rocky Mountain National Park has grand mountains, tundra wildflowers, abundant wildlife, Trail Ridge Road (the highest paved road in the US), and over 350 miles of trails, Rocky Mountain National Park is truly spectacular! From flat easy hikes around a mountain lake to challenging multi-day backpack trips and climbs, Rocky Mountain National Park offers trails for hikers of every level.
After arriving to Denver International Airport, we recommended that visitors rent a vehicle at the airport and drive to Estes Park. It is approximately 80 miles and can take up to 2 hours. If you prefer to take a shuttle from Denver International Airport to Estes Park, we recommend contacting The Estes Park Shuttle at (970) 586-5151 or www.estesparkshuttle.com. The Estes Park Shuttle provides door-to-door service. SuperShuttle also offers service between DIA and Estes Park, but they have limited pickup locations in Estes Park and the 4 Seasons Inn on Fall River is not one of them
In the Summer months (Late June to early September), the Town of Estes Park has a free shuttle that runs from Nicky's Resort to the Visitor’s Center in Downtown Estes Park. Nicky's Resort is 0.2 miles away from the 4 Seasons Inn on Fall River. For more information on the town's shuttle service, please visit www.estesparkcvb.com.
Parking is at a premium in downtown Estes Park and in Rocky Mountain National Park during the summer months and we strongly recommend using the shuttles when possible.
Rocky Mountain National Park also has shuttles available that takes visitors from the Estes Park Visitor’s Center or the Estes Park Fairgrounds parking lot into Rocky Mountain National Park. From the Visitor’s Center or the Fairgrounds, you can catch the “Hiker’s Shuttle” into Rocky Mountain National Park. This shuttle will take riders to the Beaver Meadows Visitor Center and then to the Park & Ride inside the park where other shuttles are available to take you to either the Bear Lake region or the Moraine Park region of the Park.
If you are traveling to Estes Park during the Winter months, we do recommend that you drive/rent a vehicle that is suitable for winter conditions.