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Flying into Denver then RMNP

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We're looking at flying into Denver this summer and would like to see RMNP. I'd like to stay in Estes Park at least one night. Then we'd be heading down to I-70 and across.

We don't really want to linger in Denver. If we headed up to RMNP from Denver, can we reach Estes Park in a day and maybe stay two nights there? Or stay somewhere closer to Denver and just overnight it in Estes Park? Or two different places in the park, if that would be better?

We're not hikers, really, but I want at least some time to kick around the park. Which of these makes sense, if any? And if we stay outside of Denver the first night -- any recommendations as to whereabouts?

Thank you!

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