Go west, people, go west. It might not be the fastest, (it takes approximately 45 minutes more) but when I take this extremely scenic route from Fort Collins to Red Rocks, time usually isn't a factor...
Fort Collins, Colorado is a gateway to the Rocky Mountains. As you move west through town, you slowly gain elevation. Glimpses of the mountain majesty peek out here and there, and eventually, you arrive at a point where everything goes one way--up...
Since I moved from Pennsylvania to Colorado almost primarily because of snow and the fun that can be had on it, I sometimes can't believe when I meet someone who has never been to any of our wonderful resorts...
Ski Town, USA. Its location in the Park Range, one of the first ranges of the Rockies that storm systems hit from the west, actually does give it a unique type of snowfall that Steamboat has coined 'Champagne Powder'. The glittering crystal comparison is apt because when you ski it, it can be as intoxicating as the finest sparkling wine. Steamboat is located along US 40 a few hours from Denver or Fort Collins.
Fort Collins is one of the most bike friendly places on the planet. Because of that, there is no shortage of great bike trails that we can use to scoot around town. Whether it is strictly for transportation, enjoyment, or to get you from one great fishing spot to the next along the Cache la Poudre River, the paved bike trails in Fort Collins are pristine, so I thought I'd list the best bicycle trails around Fort Collins, or the best sections of those trails.
Copper Mountain Resort is right along I70. If you're driving by and not going skiing, the sight of it will make you wish you were. While the resort offers much more than skiing or riding with restaurants, golf in the summer, and the advanced training and fun facility at Woodward at Copper, we're here to talk slip sliding away on Copper's awesome slopes!
The heat index is rising...so is the Poudre River. This is NOT the time to enter the Poudre River to swim. Even the little beach north of Legacy Park in Fort Collins is so flooded that it isn't really even there. What to do in weather that could make an iguana sweat? Here are the top five places to cool off in Fort Collins this summer.
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