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We booked the Guided Snowshoe Tour package and what an adventure it was! Upon check-in, Bridgette, the resident manager, was so helpful and kind. She informed me that if we wanted to practice snowshoeing prior to our guided tour, they had placed snowshoes in our...More
Love MCGregor Lodge and we now consider this place our home away from home. So homey
and comfortable. Super clean and nice!!! Bridgette at the front desk and the owner, Chris are phenomenal and so friendly and helpful! Lots of resident wildlife and just an...More
Our cabin was so clean, beautifully decorated and perfectly situated to take advantage of the panoramic view. Christmas decorations were awesome - wow!!! Then cookies, fun hosts and staff - all anyone could ask. This is a must stay, must see place. Will be back...More
I was looking for new accommodations as my favorite lodge raised their prices and being a senior on a budget I had to seek out something more affordable. That's when I came upon McGregors wonderful off season rates. I stayed in the Heather Cottage, a...More
My family has been coming to McGregor Mountain Lodge a couple of times a year for many years. The staff is wonderful and has taken care of any reasonable request we've had over the years. The rules they enforce are for the good of all....More
There is a trail that heads up the mountain behind the cabins - not an "official trail" bit actually a path made by elk and sheep when they come down. McGregor's is very close to the northern entrance to the park - on US34... More
There is a trail that heads up the mountain behind the cabins - not an "official trail" bit actually a path made by elk and sheep when they come down. McGregor's is very close to the northern entrance to the park - on US34 - and RMNP has many trails - from in the meadow, along streams to waterfalls, up the mountains to lakes, or hiking at 12000 feet on the Old Ute trail - something for everyone depending on your mood that day
Response from ChrisinEstes | Property representative |
Hi there! Although there is a wide variety of places to fish in and around Estes, we don't have access right on property. Just a 5 min drive into town to fish at lake Estes, and various lakes and streams in the National... More
Hi there! Although there is a wide variety of places to fish in and around Estes, we don't have access right on property. Just a 5 min drive into town to fish at lake Estes, and various lakes and streams in the National park and in the area for fishing anywhere from a 5-30 min drive or hike depending on what kind of fishing he's wanting to do. Hope that helps!