Many people around the United States use fall to cozy up and taste pumpkin spice latte. But Estes Park has more to offer to its fall visitors.
There is a fantastic Elk Fest around the end of September visited by thousands of residents of this chilly Coloradan village. During the fest, elk are welcome to roam through the tiny town.
The unique event began in 1998 to acknowledge the creatures that call Estes Park their home.
However, the residents claimed that the elk are not only seen during this period but also are frequently noticed on their sidewalks and trails. The feast is celebrated by the Coloradans daily.