The Crags was built circa 1914. Yes, development has encroached upon the Crags. Still, if one tries, it is possible to evoke a simpler time. The lobby is soothing and quiet with comfortable furniture and no Tv. Room was fine, staff friendly and food at their restaurant was very good. We've stayed there before and will again. I love it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The lodge is ideally located in the heart of Estes Park on the north side of Prospect Mountain and only minutes from Rocky Mountain National Park. Breathtaking mountain views surround you making this the prefect location for your mountain wedding.The landscape of Rocky Mountain National Park is the steepest in the United States. Sixty mountain peaks over 12,000 feet high result in world-renown scenery and provide challenges for hikers and climbers. The extreme topography creates an amazing range of ecological zones within a short distance, similar to the changes that would be seen in a drive from Denver to northern Alaska. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Historic Crags At The Golden Eagle Hotel Estes Park