This small southern Colorado city is an up-and-coming destination for adventure seekers. Durango, Colorado sits on the southwestern edge of the state and has a population of around 16,000 residents.
Wander through the streets of Historic Downtown Durango. With 19th-century architecture to admire, unique shops, and charming cafes lining the streets, you can spend all day here. Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad and Museum is ranked one of the country’s best adventures. Take the old steam locomotive through the San Juan Mountains, and imagine you were transported back to the 19th-century wild west.
Hike or wander through San Juan National Forest, whose beauty will surely stun you. Animas River Trail is another great way to enjoy a nature trail without going too far from Durango city limits. Learn about native wildlife at the James Ranch, or go whitewater rafting with Mountain Waters Rafting. Durango is also a popular spot for skiing or snowboarding in the winter at Purgatory Resort.
Durango residents are laid back, friendly, and open-minded. Many are adventurous and love nature, and can surely guide you in the right direction if you’re looking for the next outdoor thrill.
The best time to visit Durango for the best and driest weather is in the spring, from March to early June.
Located near the New Mexico border, Durango is a small city in southwest Colorado tucked away in the San Juan National Forest. Find an assortment of lodging options near downtown Durango or secluded vacation cabins featuring spectacular views. You’ll enjoy vacation homes with a private hot tub near major points of interest including Purgatory Resort and Trimble Hot Springs.
Take to the mountain and spend the day on the slopes. With a dedicated ski and snowboard school, all skill levels will enjoy Purgatory Resort. Unwind in the hot springs at Trimble Spa and Natural Hot Spring. Durango cabins offer a large selection of locations and options to choose your ideal vacation home nearby. Spend a day or two at Vallecito Lake and Mesa Verde National Park. Go horseback riding and enjoy beautiful views of Vallecito Lake or camping, fishing and hiking in Mesa Verde. Nearby O-Bar-O Cabins and Pine River Lodge will welcome you back at the end of the day.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Durango. The warmest months in Durango are June and July, when temperatures reach 95 ˚F. The coolest month is January, when temperatures drop to -1 ˚F. The wettest month in Durango is October with 1.99 inches of rain, while the driest month is November with 0.04 inches of rain.
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