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My name is Bear, and I am a student. I love living in Fort Collins, Colorado because Fort Collins is a monument to the American dream. The city itself is picturesque, resting at the base of the Rocky Mountains, with its quiet streets and pleasant neighborhoods. I love knowing that more/less
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Old town. This downtown area served as the inspiration for Main Street USA at Disney World. The area is filled with a perfect mixture of local restaurants, college bars, which service the nearby university, unique shopping, and nationally renowned breweries.
Here's one fun activity you can do
Take a tour of New Belgium Brewery and enjoy a wide selection beer not available outside of Fort Collins and eat at one of the half dozen food trucks which park outside the brewery.
Don't forget to check out one of my favorite places
The Grey Rock hike, located twenty minutes outside of fort collins in the Poudre canyon, offers world class views without the crowds. The three- hour hike ends as your scramble up the side of Grey Rock, giving the illusion of scaling a castle wall, and leaves you feeling as if you're on the top of the world.
Enjoy a meal at my favorite restaurant
Krazy Karl's Pizza is the epitome of the college eatery. The pizzas served until 3 am are as unorthodox as spelling crazy with a K. If you're up for an adventure, try the "Meg's Mile High." It substitutes spicy ranch for tomato sauce and waffle fries with chicken fingers for pepperoni; ooh, and there's pepperoni on it too. Wash everything down with a local beer on tap.
Here's a doable bucket list for you to do in one day
1. Start your day with a white water rafting trip, or lazy inner tube ride down the Poudre.
2. Then, head over to Lucille's for a filling cajun breakfast, and walk through old town to digest.
3. Swing by a brewery to taste a truly unique beer.
4. End your evening with a walk through one of many beautiful parks or catch a concert at the Aggie theatre.
My extra insider tip for you is
Odells and New Belgium both sell their beer nationwide and capture the majority of the beer tourists' attention. Local breweries, such as Equinox ,offer tasty selections and spectacular atmospheres, which the locals prefer. Try both if you have the time.
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