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Top Ways To See Fall Colors in Durango

August 19, 2021

As the summer heat starts to fade and the air begins to turn crisp and cool it’s a sign that fall is on its way. The scent of wood smoke fills the air, you wrap yourself in a cozy sweater, Halloween decorations fill the shops an

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Best Restaurants for Takeout in Durango

August 16, 2021

More and more visitors are taking advantage of the restaurants offering takeout in Durango takeout. It's a great way to enjoy the convenience, time-savings and flexibility of dining back in the hotel room or to enjoy picnic lunch

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The Durango Autumn Arts Festival

August 9, 2021

The autumn leaves create a colorful backdrop for this vibrant art festival held in historic downtown Durango. The long, hot days of summer are slowly coming to an end as September brings a crisp chill to the air. In Durango, that

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Durango Cowboy Poetry Gathering

July 21, 2021

The Durango Cowboy Poetry Gathering takes place September 30th- October 3rd. Cowboy poets and musicians from all across the West will gather in Durango to celebrate poems and songs that capture the spirit of the American West and

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Music In The Mountains

July 1, 2021

The mountains are alive with the sound of music this summer when this classical festival comes to Durango each summer. For the last three decades the Music in the Mountains Festival has brought the sounds of classical music to the

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Facts About The Ancestral Puebloans Of The Four Corners

June 29, 2021

Ancestral Puebloans were the people who lived in the famous cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde and other ruins in the Four Corners region about 1400 years ago. Their descendents now comprise the modern Pueblo tribes of the Hopi, Zuni,

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Hovenweep National Monument: History & Mystery

June 28, 2021

Hovenweep National Monument may be one of the most history-rich and mystery-filled destinations in the Four Corners. Nestled right on the line between Colorado and Utah, you’ll find 6 prehistoric villages at Hovenweep. The villa

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Colorado Ruins: Historic Sites In The Four Corners

June 27, 2021

Colorado ruins paint rich pictures of a rich past. You’ll find many historic sites and timeworn relics across the Centennial State, all adding to the region’s allure and annals. Many of the best Colorado ruins are just a short

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Dog Friendly Durango

June 17, 2021

Durango, Colorado is not only a great destination for human visitors – it’s also a paradise for man's best friend. There are countless mountain trails that are perfect for walking, exploring, and sniffing, plus are lakes for s

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Durango Bike Rentals: Roll E-Bikes & Stand Up Paddle Boards

June 9, 2021

Roll E-Bike & SUP Rentals provides visitors with two easy and great ways to get out and explore in Durango. Read on to learn all about their Durango bike rentals and stand up paddle board rentals and how you can take advantage

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