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Looking for directions to Fort Collins? The charming town of Fort Collins lies just 60 miles north of Denver, tucked against the foothills of the Rocky Mountains resting alongside the Cache La Poudre River. Fort Collins is the last city in Colorado on Interstate 25 before you near the Wyoming border. At 5,000 feet above sea level, Fort Collins also serves as a gateway city to Rocky Mountain National Park and Roosevelt National Forest.

 

Directions to Fort Collins

From Denver International Airport

  1. When leaving the airport, take Peña Blvd to E-470 N and I-25 N to CO-14 W/E Mulberry St in Larimer County. Take exit 269Bfrom I-25 N.
  2. Follow E Mulberry St to S Sherwood St in Fort Collins – 10 mi.

From Cheyenne, Wyoming

  1. Get on I-25 S/US-87 S – 1.7 mi.
  2. Follow I-25 S/US-87 S to CO-14 W/E Mulberry St in Larimer County. Take exit 269B from I-25 S/US-87 S – 32 mi.
  3. Follow E Mulberry St to S Sherwood St in Fort Collins – 10 mi.

From Rocky Mountain National Park

  1. Follow US-36 W and US-34 E to N Wilson Ave in Loveland – 37.5 mi.
  2. Continue on N Wilson Ave. Take Taft Hill Rd to S Sherwood St in Fort Collins – 23 mi.

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About Fort Collins

Situated at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Fort Collins is home to fabulous recreational opportunities, diverse cultural attractions, a vibrant nightlife scene and  family fun .

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Weather

These are the average temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit. On average Fort Collins experiences 300 days of sunshine per year.

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Neighborhoods

Fort Collins is sectioned off by specific neighborhoods, most notably North Fort Collins, which encompasses Downtown, Midtown and South Fort Collins.

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Transportation

Whether you’re trying to get to and from the airport or just across town, there are many solutions available to get you where you need to go in and around Fort Collins. Bicycling is big here!...

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