Discover Redemption Cabin of Estes Park and This Mountain Life’s Rocky Mountain riverside cabins. Experience revival, exploration, discovery and reflection.
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2018 Estes Valley Vacation Home Registration #3125
Year round Redemption Cabin (circa 1914) is an immaculate "old Estes" cabin where its guests feel pampered and challenged, refreshed and inspired.
It affords guests the unique opportunity to experience authentic mountain village life and endless outdoor adventure from one easily-accessible location.
Inside the cabin you are transported to a simpler, quieter time. It's cozy, comfortable, and private. Without pretense, it presents high character at every point.
Redemption Cabin is a "perfect mix of location and amenities."
It is best suited for singles, couples, friends (up to 3 adults), and small families (up to 4) seeking great outdoor adventures and renewal, revival, and natural escape.
THE SPACE: Redemption resides in a storybook picture perfect natural setting. Bright sunny mornings, moonlit evenings. The cabin is sheltered under the rocky crags and cliffs of Little Prospect Mountain just before the merger of two famous snow-fed mountain streams. Redemption is on the east side the Big Thompson River as it enters downtown to meet the Fall River. The area can be navigated by foot, bike, vehicle, carriage, tube, and kayak.
Outdoors, a feeling of romantic loveliness permeates our mountain air.
All is arranged with infinite care.
Guests are renewed and sustained by the gentleness and grandeur of the surroundings, the winding streams, snowcapped massifs and forested steeps, the granite gorges, chaos canyons, alpine lakes, snow drifts and wild flowers. Never feeling so strong and alive.
It has a mature natural landscape with lumpy boulders and rocky ridges, old growth trees, dappled sunlight, tweeting song birds, roaming wildlife, and sounds of rushing streams with emerald water as clear and cold as the high-mountain glaciers that feed them. See more at Redemption's Neighborhood.
WHAT'S INCLUDED: Front door parking. WIFI. Everything you'll need for a perfect Rocky Mountain vacation. The Cabin is fully stocked with important details. The kitchen, beds, bath and comfort amenities are all high quality and like new. We provide pantry supplies, kitchen condiments, teas and coffee, luxury towels & linens, special lighting, and first class finishes throughout. We also share our collection of navigational maps, hiking guides and adventure books, fly fishing gear, mountain bike, grill, and top area picks when requested.
We keep the cabin exceptionally clean, Eco-friendly, and smoke-free.
With Redemption, you also get a great walkable location. Getting downtown is a simple downstream stroll along a cabin filled lane. There you will find the best of Estes Park's local attractions, festivals, restaurants, coffee houses, wineries, craft beer breweries, retail shopping, green parks, outdoor concerts, riverwalks, hiking paths, and other exciting places to be active or quiet.
We invite you to experience Redemption and it's spectacular environment, unforgettable moments, and perfect rest. We will do all we can to insure your senses are ignited, body refreshed, heart rejuvenated, and your life perfectly reset; the promise of Redemption at its best.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will respond same day if not within a few minutes. As always, you may email or call us directly to book safely, securely and accurately.
Rick & Cheryl Grigsby
Redemption Cabin - Exploration Cabin - Reflection Cabin
This Mountain Life
Rocky Mountain Memories, Inc.
Estes Park, CO 80517
REDEMPTION CABIN HISTORY- - - Circa 1914, Redemption Cabin has had a storied existence. It's living history. The cabin logs were harvested, hauled to site, cut, stacked, spiked & chinked into walls by pioneers in the likes of John Cleave, the Park's first permanent merchant, Enos Mills, the naturalist credited as the Father of Rocky Mountain National Park, and F.O. Stanley, the industrialist, co-inventor of the Stanley Steamer and visionary who had a big hand in shaping Estes Park as it is today. Despite all the change of the past 100 years, Redemption Cabin, shroud in nature's glory & simple humility, is still one of the most wild and beautiful places anywhere.
Both Redemption and RMNP have celebrated their 100 year anniversaries.
REDEMPTION CABIN NEIGHBORHOOD - - - Redemption Cabin is in the midst of endless adventure and born out of a picture perfect one-of-a-kind prime natural setting. The Cabin has easy access to the best of Estes Park and the Rocky Mountain National Park and surrounding vicinity. It is located in the historic section of the Estes village. It backs up to the rocky crags and cliffs of Little Prospect Mountain and fronts the last bend of the Big Thompson River just before it becomes one with the Fall River downstream. Both rivers are sparkling snow-fed streams that have their beginnings high up on the snowy Continental Peaks of the Rocky Mountains. Spring run-off peaks between June 6 and the 13th. The rivers flow to the sound of rushing water all year round. Energetic rainbow trout school in sandy holes just across the narrow street.
Redemption Cabin is walkable in every direction. Downtown is 2 blocks to the north. The Historic Clatworthy Studio, Aerial Tramway (Prospect Mountain), and Eagles Landing Restaurant are upstream to our immediate South. Piccadilly Square, Rock Cut Tap House, Estes Angler, Hunan’s Chinese Restaurant, Day Salon, Fun City, the Donut Haus, Sweet Basilico Italian Restaurant, Rock Climbing School, Estes Park Microbrewery, out door climbing park, Smokin' Dave’s BBQ are a short walk around the bend.
Entrance into Rocky Mountain National Park, its wilderness, alpine lakes, trails and more spectacular scenery is just a few miles west.
Good times are all around. Great mountain vistas also surround. Backyard or back country, wildlife is unsurpassed --- colorful trout, song birds, chipmunks, rabbits, raptors, bobcat, turkey, deer, elk, black bear & moose all hang around.
… Estes Park is a relaxing high mountain resort famous for its parks, cascading rivers, wildlife viewing, heart pounding vistas, outdoor recreation, good times & family friendly values. It is the only place you need to go to enjoy a vacation of a lifetime. It is a unique small town that can put you in touch with big nature and real Colorado. Each season is flush with magnificent days.
… Rocky Mountain National Park is one of America’s crown jewels and offers endless exploring, hiking, backpacking, camping, fly fishing, rock climbing, wildlife viewing, photo taking, snowshoeing, and back country skiing.