As garage doors slowly open, the spartan practice room is revealed; an indoor golf studio with a green carpet floor specked with square golf hitting mats that transforms into a covered driving range. Located inside a stately, sandstone-brick clubhouse, the practice area serves as the practice grounds of Colorado State University golf teams and ground zero for the Golf Academy at Harmony Club, where golfers consult PGA-certified instructors about their golf swing rather than waiting in vain for Jack Nicklaus’s spirit animal to appear in their dreams. Outside, players take advantage of a practice facility featuring tee box training as well as a short game area.
The mountain-savvy staff at Apex Ex equip people of all skill levels with the knowledge, gear, and plans necessary to explore the wilderness all year round. Seasoned guides and instructors, many of whom are trained by organizations such as the National Outdoor Leadership School and the American Mountain Guides Association, lead classes that teach students important lessons ranging from backcountry snow basics to avalanche rescue. In summer months, the experts lead guided climbing and backpacking trips and teach riders to careen down rocky paths of every sort during mountain-biking lessons.
Currently under the melodious machinations of music director Wes Kenney, the Fort Collins Symphony Orchestra has unleashed carefully crafted chords on eager-eared Coloradans for more than six decades. Aided by prize-winning piano pounder and international performer Lei Wang, in "Masterworks #4: Bravura, Brilliance & Brahms" the symphony's talented tunesmiths present a three-part orchestral examination of works by Alberto Ginastera, Sergei Prokofiev, and Johannes Brahms.
The Estes Park lodges are surrounded on three sides by the dramatic wilderness of the Rocky Mountain National Park. In addition to enjoying the YMCA’s many amenities, guests are within hiking distance of one of the continental U.S.’s most scenic outdoor refuges. Each room in the cozy Longs Peak, Emerald Mountain, and Rams Horn lodges sleeps up to five guests in two queen beds and a floor futon, and once you and your brood check in, you’re free to explore the abundant activities available at the more-than-100-year-old establishment. During warmer months, shoot a round of mini golf or challenge a child to a one-on-one basketball or volleyball throwdown (indoor courts are available fall through spring). In the winter, outdoor ice skating and guided snowshoe activities are offered for fans of the frigid winterscape. Lower-key visitors or those with a screaming need for x-treme learning can wander into the fully stocked library or historical museum.
We are a high-end dinner theater...one stop shopping for date night. A $6 million dollar facility built from the ground up to be a dinner theater, we present Broadway musicals and a great meal all in a very luxurious setting.
Orchards Athletic Club packs skilled personal trainers, dozens of weekly fitness classes, racquetball courts, a heated swimming pool, and a steam room into its modern 30,000-square-foot space. Fitness seekers can mold svelte physiques with group classes including Zumba, spinning, aerobics, and BodyFlow sessions, which meld Pilates, yoga, and tai chi. Dive into the 25-meter four-lane lap pool, heated to a soothing 84–86 degrees, for a solo swim, or partake in a joint-friendly strength- and endurance-building AquaPower class along with buoyant peers. During the two personal-training sessions, experienced trainers shower clients with personal attention and help them to reach fitness goals, from losing weight to digging up the treadmill buried under the backyard deck. Orchards Athletic Club conveniently keeps its doors unlocked seven days a week.