Title: 100 Things to Do in Fort Collins Before You Die
Author: Deborah Bouziden
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Abandoned tunnels under Fort Collins? A ghost haunting an ice cream store? Rides through town in a streetcar? You betcha. Fort Collins is a gold mine if you’re looking for adventure. And 100 Things to Do in Fort Collins Before You Die is chock-full of fun-filled escapades to inspire your trip with tips for restaurants that will satisfy any palate, details about access to outdoor playgrounds, plus advice on cultural places and events that you will remember for a lifetime.
Hike a trail in the morning (watch out for rattlesnakes) and, in the afternoon, eat Thai food and explore an art museum. Minutes from Horsetooth Reservoir, the Cache la Poudre River, Rocky Mountain National Park, breweries, museums, plus restaurants, shopping, movies, and more, you might just find Fort Collins your mother lode of good times.
Local author and perennial fun-seeker Deborah Bouziden invites you to explore with insider tips and jam-packed itineraries on every page. Let her guide you through her corner of Colorado and see how many items you can check off your list.
2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic has changed life as we know it. But that doesn't mean you can't have any responsible fun this holidays.
Author Deborah Bouziden highlights interesting facts and features of Fort Collins in new book – Greeley Tribune
For more than 20 years author Deborah Bouziden has been sharing her traveling experiences with readers through magazine articles and books.
For those of us who live in Fort Collins and love it and for all those folks who visit each year, we’re all in for a treat. Some of us may think we know all there is to know about