Don’t miss out on one of the most original festivals in Estes Park, the Longs Peak Scottish Irish Festival, Sept. 6-9. There’s still room for you to make a reservation and become a part of the all the unforgettable pageantry, music and competitions.
There will be bagpipe bands, dancing, singing, a dog show, a parade, hammer throwing, the list just goes on and on. Everybody has fun at the Scottish Festival! The majestic views of the mountains and valley, the abundant elk and wildlife, the welcoming highland village atmosphere all contribute to make Estes Park the perfect place for this one of a kind event.
If you can’t make it here now, then make plans for the end of the month when the Elk Festival, Sept. 29 and 30 comes to town. Here’s another very unique experience that you can only find in Estes Park. The elk bulls make a peculiar bugling or squealing sound that bounces off the canyon walls in a haunting and strange way.
The Estes Park Elk Festival is loaded with events featuring a Mountain Man Rendezvous where mountain men from all over the country compete and test their skills. Also there’s Native American singing and dancing, artisans and jewelry makers, and a tour bus that takes visitors to the best places to see and hear the elk.
Make reservations today to come on up and joy in the fun going on in charming and inviting Estes Park. The trees are a riot of color on the mountainsides, the air is crisp, and clear. Grab yourself a taffy apple downtown, take in the sights and enjoy yourself. Estes Park is the place to be.