There is so much to do in Durango, ColoradoHere are some of our favorite spots.
Wonderful Mountain Town
The also-prestigious Victorian-style General Palmer Hotel was built in 1898 and has many beautiful antiques and paintings that enrich its authentic heritage. There is rooftop terrace available to guests in nice weather.
Both of these grandfather hotels are located in the heart of downtown Durango, and within walking distance of the best food, art, and local shops you could ask for!
We mustn’t forget the astounding Mesa Verde, located just a couple hours west of town. Featuring some of the best preserved Ancient Puebloan archaeology in the United States, people come from all around the world to experience this World Heritage Site.
Ride the Narrow Gauge Railroad
Purgatory Mountain Resort is settled just twenty miles north of downtown Durango and provides a full winter of skiing and snowboarding and a full summer of zip-line and jeep tours. Lined with trails perfect for bikers, Purgatory hosted the first World Mountain Bike Championships in 1990. Also, with a magical backdrop of Twilight Peak and surrounding mountains, the resort hosts weddings and other events!