A Taste of Winter in Longmont
From goat yoga, cheese sampling and brewery hopping to snowshoeing and ice fishing, there’s so much to experience during the winter months in Longmont. Plan a long weekend in the scenic city to take in all of the fun.
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Swap your hiking boots for shoeshoes or cross-country skis and hit the trails at Rabbit Mountain Open Space. You can also do a little winter birding and fat tire biking.
Stop by Angles Sports Exchange for snowshoe rentals and gear.
Download the Crazy Good Craft pass for sweet deals and discounts at local breweries and distilleries.
St. Vrain State Park is a fantastic ice-fishing destination. The ponds are typically stocked in late fall (before ice-over), and in early spring (after ice-melt). Be sure to check ice conditions before heading out.
Unique restaurants, locally owned shops and boutiques, bars, public art and history — there is something for everyone in downtown Longmont.