Durango

Colorado

Durango is a honey hole of Colorado: a beautiful, relatively small city, with access to a plethora of hiking trails, rock climbing, skiing, rafting, biking, and more. It’s home to the Durango-Silverton Narrow-gauge Railroad train. Experience the breathtaking San Juan mountains by horseback, foot, or bike. Tackle the Animas River whether you are an accomplished river rat or looking for a lazy float. Ski Purgatory in the winter months, take a quick drive to Silverton if you think you’re a pro, or venture a little further to Telluride to hit some more slopes.

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Magnificent Cliff Dwellings
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Unexcavated Indian Ruins
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Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado - many well preserved Anasazi ruins in hilly,…
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This hike takes adventurers from the Twin Lakes Approach up North Eolus and Mt. …
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The Prater Ridge trail is in the Mesa Verde National Park near Cortez, Colorado.…
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Balcony House is a unique cliff dwelling that is located in Mesa Verde National …
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Cliff Palace is the largest Ancestral Puebloan cliff dwelling in Mesa Verde Nati…
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This 14er double takes hikers up a steep headwall to the Twin Lakes, followed by…
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