First of all, am I crazy for going at that time of year? I am going with an experienced snow driver and looking at a cabin on VRBO thanks to some kind advice from other fodorites. This will be a relaxing vacation to just enjoy the scenery and snow but would love to see parts of the park if possible. I understand that it will all depend on conditions during the time of the visit but since I am a Texas girl with no experience with snow, I want to make sure that I can get out and enjoy the beauty of the area. Any help would be appreciated!
Estes Park, CO and RMNP in late February
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