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Cool crisp fall air and fewer people on the roads and trails can make biking this season some of the best you’ll experience all year. If you want to get in one more ride in the Rockies before the snow flies, here are some ideas: Road bike options: There are many routes to enjoy in Rocky Mountain National Park. For a challenging, but rewarding ride from YMCA of the Rockies Estes Park Center, head east out of the property on Hwy. 66. Use the turnaround just after the Y in the road at Hwy. 36 and head west into the park via the Beaver Meadows entrance station. Continue riding west …

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There’s Still Time To Cycle This Fall

on Sep 29th, 2016

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  Fortune Telling Goats: Have you ever wanted to have your fortune told by a goat? Did you even know you could? Snow Mountain Ranch has its very own Fortune Telling Goat named Aristotle. He’ll be making an appearance during our Fall Fest Weekends which are being held September 30- October 2 and October 7-9 Square Dancing and Fall Festivals: The whole family can learn how to square dance at Snow Mountain Ranch or Estes Park during our Fall Fest Weekends. Classes will be held at Snow Mountain Ranch on October 1st & 8th and at our Estes Park Center on October 22nd. Visit and for more information. …

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Reasons to Visit YMCA of the Rockies this Fall

on Sep 26th, 2016

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Contributed by Bill Almond, Director of Marketing & Sales Fall is the best time of year to hit the waters of Northern Colorado. The water is clear. The creeks and rivers have slowed from their snowmelt runoff. The fish are colorful. The weather, the scenery, and the wildlife is often breathtaking. Though I’ve been fishing this region for almost 30 years, I still learn something new each time I wet a line. But some aspects are constant:  fish “hold” in the places where they can get the most food with the least exertion of energy. For streams, that means they hang out in slow-moving water right next to fast water, where …

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Fall Fly Fishing: Quick stream fishing tips from the YMCA of the Rockies

on Sep 9th, 2016

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Our security coordinator recently wrote this for our staff. We wanted to share with all of our visitors. Please respect our wildlife – and stay safe! During the rut or mating season (September and October in Estes Park), bull elk have only two things on their minds. One is reproduction, or mating with cow elk, the other is fighting to keep their harem of cows from rivals. These bulls are literally looking for trouble. During mating season, bull elk have huge amounts of testosterone flowing through their blood and will attack anything they perceive as a rival. This could be an elk, a motor vehicle or a human. A herd …

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Boyz in the Hood: Elk behavior during the rut

on Aug 26th, 2016

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