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When visiting Romantic RiverSong, be sure to spend some time viewing Colorado wildlife that is so abundant in this area.


Thompson's Solitaires perch the towering heights of the Colorado Blue Spruce; Pigmy Nuthatches feed head first down the Ponderosa Pines; the forest echoes with the tapping of Downey Woodpeckers searching for pine beetles; chickadees chatter at the feeders outside the inn dining room during breakfast. Occasionally, a bull Elk saunters up to the feeder outside the inn on a cold winter day to the amazement of guests inside.

Although you will see wildlife throughout the year at the inn, winter and early spring offer the best variety and close encounters with nature. A ‘battle-tired’ bull Elk, resting outside a guest cottage, finds safety on the inn grounds. Mule deer wait patiently outside the inn kitchen for apple scraps left over from breakfast. A reclusive bobcat leaves only his footprints in fresh powder snow.

The stillness of early winter mornings refreshes and nourishes the soul. Stress begins to leave your body – Romantic RiverSong means renewal.

The Romantic Riversong Inn is the perfect option if you are interested in Rocky Mountain National Park Cabins. Make sure you don't forget your camera, sunscreen, hat, water bottle, and a friend to enjoy the experience with you!