Mountain grandeur meets college-town energy — with a whole bunch of breweries to keep things buzzing.

Fort Collins, Colorado, takes the tranquility of a Rocky Mountain town and adds a dash of Old West swagger. Ranked the number-one city for cycling in America, FoCo has a serious athletic vibe as well, conferred by all those cyclists, snow-sports enthusiasts, hikers and climbers. It’s also a college town, which means live music, cultural attractions and an extremely buzzy beer scene.

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Explore Fort Collins

  • City Park
  • West Fort Collins
  • Old Town

City Park


The City Park neighborhood has retained Fort Collins’ homey Western appeal — with a blend of Craftsman, Victorian and neoclassical architecture lining its pretty residential streets. City Park is at its center, where locals come to play and relax.

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Parks, Architecture , History, Nature

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West Fort Collins


The western edge of Fort Collins marks the transition from town to mountain, with hiking trails in rugged nature preserves and reservoirs that become a hub for cliff-jumping and boating in warmer months.

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Wildlife, Outdoor Recreation , Trails, Nature

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Old Town


The historic streets of Old Town capture Fort Collins’ essence, with museums, bookstores, cafés and a lively nightlife scene.

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Shopping, Museums , Cafés, Restaurants, Nightlife

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Weekend Like a Local in Fort Collins, Colorado

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Explore Downtown FoCo

Start with beignets at a famed breakfast spot before taking some of Fort Collins’ art and culture. Complete the day with dinner, cocktails and music — all under one roof.

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Hike the Horsetooth

Explore Fort Collins’ unique alpine landscape at Horsetooth Rock, with a summit that offers sweeping views of placid reservoirs, craggy mountain ranges and the town below. After your morning adventure, take an old-time trolley to explore downtown and indulge in sumptuous Italian food.

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Brunch, Bike and Brewpub Hop

Spend your final day getting acquainted with some of Fort Collins’ quintessential features, from a bike ride along the Poudre River to tasting some of the town’s esteemed brews. Then find your way downtown for a hearty meal and live music.

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