The Fort Collins and Colorado communities have a lot to offer residents and visitors. Learn more about Fort Collins and Northern Colorado in the information below.
Fort Collins Culture
Near Fort Collins, outdoor enthusiasts can find miles and miles of hiking and biking trails, national and state parks, including Rocky Mountain National Park, Lory State Park, and Horsetooth Mountain Open Spaces. In addition, ski resorts are a quick two hour drive from Northern Colorado.
Bike lanes can be found on nearly every major road, bike trails across the length and width of the city, and you'll find students biking to and from campus en masse. Learn more about biking in Fort Collins here andhere.
Fort Collins and the surrounding communities boast 25 breweries. Click here to learn more about the breweries and the culture surrounding them.
Throughout the year, Fort Collins residents can be found at outdoor festivals. Learn about New West Fest,Fort Collins Brewer's Festival, Taste of Fort Collins, and FORToberfest.
Live music is an important part of the Fort Collins community, too. A free music festival, the Lagoon Series, occurs on the CSU campus throughout the summer, the Aggie Theater hosts a number of local, state, and national bands, and Red Rocks Amphitheater is a quick hour commute for some of Colorado's most beautiful scenery and music.
Click here to learn more about recreation in Fort Collins.