All Your Mountain Adventures Under One Roof
Over 15,000 square feet make it a really big roof!
Welcome to the Estes Park Mountain Shop. We are located in Estes Park, Colorado - The Gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park. For over 30 years we have been providing great products and exceptional service for all your outdoor adventures. Please feel free to browse our website or call us on the phone, or better yet stop in and visit us!
The Best Deals on Outdoor Gear
We guarantee the lowest prices on outdoor equipment in Colorado.
We offer 1000’s of heavily discounted items from leading outdoor manufacturers like: The North Face, Columbia, Black Diamond, Prana, Marmot, Merrell, Mammut, MSR, Altra, New Balance, Camelbak, Specialized & Giant Bicycles, Umpqua, Kelty, Mountainsmith, Petzl, Salomon, Smith, BCA, Tubbs, Teva, and many more!
Starting June 8 at 5:30 PM | Mountain Bike Rider's Meetup
Looking for like-minded local mountain bikers to ride with this summer? Join the Estes Park Mountain Shop's Riders Meetup every other Thursday starting on June 8. Rides will be lead by EPMS staff member and bike guru, Mitch. Plan for a 3 hour long ride (5:30 - 8:30 PM) each meetup - meetups will begin at the Estes Park Mountain Shop unless otherwise specified.
Join local native and Colorado climbing legend, Topher Donahue, as he launches his newest book, Advanced Rock Climbing: Expert Skills and Techniques. Topher’s new book taps his 40 years of climbing experience and includes interviews from 15 climbing luminaries including Tommy Caldwell, Steph Davis, Alex Honnold, Justen Sjong, Emily Harrington and Lynn Hill – revealing the mindset and techniques used by the world’s best to push the state-of-the art of rock climbing and making these techniques accessible to the rest of the climbing world.
Enjoy an image-rich slideshow presentation on the Evolution of Advanced Climbing Technique, touching on stories from Yosemite, Kyrgyzstan, Patagonia, the Bugaboos, the Black Canyon and more. Bonus Track for the Estes Park All-Arounders: Big Lines and Deep Pow in British Columbia photo tour.
Beer will be provided from Rock Cut Brewery. FREE ADMISSION