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RMNP: spend the night or a day trip?

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Hi, I will be in Denver next wednesday, 10/26 and have two options for 26th and 27th.
Option 1:
Day 1: Peak to Peak, finishing my route at Boulder and come back to Denver in the evening.
Day 2: Round day trip to RMNP and come back to Denver late afternoon.

Option 2:
Day 1: Visit only Boulder and travel to Estes Park in the middle of the afternoon. Spend the night there
Day 2: Spend the day in the RMNP and come back to Denver late afternoon.

Considering this short time, woud you recommend sleeping the first night in Estes Park to make the best in the second day in the RMNP? Or it would be better to sleep in Denver so that I don't miss Peak to Peak in the first day?

Thanks, Guilherme

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