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Fort Collins has several ski shops ranging from big sporting goods chain stores to small, independent owner-operated retail shops. These stores and outlets offer great value regarding skiing and snowboarding equipment and rentals. These shops carry a wide variety of hard and soft goods that will accommodate any level of skier. Usually, you can find great discounts and specials on equipment like skis, snowboards, boots, bindings, jackets, helmets, hats, and more.

Easy-Going Town Life

Known as the Choice City and Fort Fun, Fort Collins is less known than the bigger tourist cities. It has a relaxed pace compared to other cities. Yet it still has the size and population to provide a good nightlife experience. Here, you can get the best of both worlds. A combination of small-town charm and attractions of a major city all in one. The setting in the northern part of Colorado is the perfect location, with an annual snowfall of 300 inches. Fort Collins has a welcoming atmosphere with friendly locals, an unparalleled dining experience, and proximity to the Rocky Mountains.

Just a Drive Away

Fort Collins is a quick two-hour drive from the ski areas in Summit County via Interstates 25 and 70. Vail and Beaver Creek are farther west. You can reach Steamboat Ski Resort in roughly three hours by driving over the scenic Cameron Pass. Snowy Range Ski Resort, located outside Laramie, Wyoming, is just under a two-hour drive. The area has a college town feel with spectacular views of the Rockies. It is situated on the Cache La Poudre River along the Colorado Front Range, just 60 miles from Denver. Fort Collins is often listed as one of the best places to live in the U.S. It is a welcoming city to tourists because of its proximity to Rocky Mountain National Park and some of the best ski resorts in the nation.

Host to Colorado State University, it is probably best known as a college town. While Denver is the No. 1 city in the U.S. for breweries, this town is home to several well-known crafts, including New Belgium Brewing Company. Home to 50 parks, 280 miles of trails, and only 35 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park, there isn’t anything you can’t do while visiting the area.

Fort Collins is just over two hours from Winter Park and two hours and 40 minutes from Granby Ranch. The Loveland Ski Area is about an hour and a half away. Eldora Mountain Resort is about an hour and 30 minutes. Keystone and A-Basin are about two hours and 15 minutes away.

Fort Collins has several ski shops ranging from big sporting goods chain stores to small, independent owner-operated retail shops. These stores and outlets offer great value regarding skiing and snowboarding equipment and rentals. These shops carry a wide variety of hard and soft goods that will accommodate any level of skier. Usually, you can find great discounts and specials on equipment like skis, snowboards, boots, bindings, jackets, helmets, hats, and more.

Easy-Going Town Life

Known as the Choice City and Fort Fun, Fort Collins is less known than the bigger tourist cities. It has a relaxed pace compared to other cities. Yet it still has the size and population to provide a good nightlife experience. Here, you can get the best of both worlds. A combination of small-town charm and attractions of a major city all in one. The setting in the northern part of Colorado is the perfect location, with an annual snowfall of 300 inches. Fort Collins has a welcoming atmosphere with friendly locals, an unparalleled dining experience, and proximity to the Rocky Mountains.

Just a Drive Away

Fort Collins is a quick two-hour drive from the ski areas in Summit County via Interstates 25 and 70. Vail and Beaver Creek are farther west. You can reach Steamboat Ski Resort in roughly three hours by driving over the scenic Cameron Pass. Snowy Range Ski Resort, located outside Laramie, Wyoming, is just under a two-hour drive. The area has a college town feel with spectacular views of the Rockies. It is situated on the Cache La Poudre River along the Colorado Front Range, just 60 miles from Denver. Fort Collins is often listed as one of the best places to live in the U.S. It is a welcoming city to tourists because of its proximity to Rocky Mountain National Park and some of the best ski resorts in the nation.

Host to Colorado State University, it is probably best known as a college town. While Denver is the No. 1 city in the U.S. for breweries, this town is home to several well-known crafts, including New Belgium Brewing Company. Home to 50 parks, 280 miles of trails, and only 35 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park, there isn’t anything you can’t do while visiting the area.

Fort Collins is just over two hours from Winter Park and two hours and 40 minutes from Granby Ranch. The Loveland Ski Area is about an hour and a half away. Eldora Mountain Resort is about an hour and 30 minutes. Keystone and A-Basin are about two hours and 15 minutes away.

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