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5 Tips for Hiking With Your Dog

Durango is a hiker’s paradise, and we’re not just talking about human hikers. Four-legged adventurers adore the Durango area because there’s plenty of room to roam and new things to explore. But before you head out into the wild with your best friend, there are some safety precautions to take. Here…

Paddleboarding in Durango

Durango is one of the best places in the United States for a vacation. No matter what you want from your trip, you’ll find it. Whether that’s getting out and active in the mountains, mountain biking, taking one of the best-preserved narrow-gauge railways in the country, or even seeing ancient…

Care for Durango Travel Tips and Safety

Thanks to the Durango community for staying home and following the guidance of public health orders, La Plata County has some of the lowest case counts of COVID-19 per capita in Colorado. Social distancing, face coverings, and strong partnerships between public health, businesses, and government…

Guide to Durango Landscape Photography

It’s no surprise that Durango, Colorado is a hotspot for landscape and mountain photography. With scenes of mountains, rugged mesa, alpine lakes and rivers, Durango is a landscape photographer’s dream come true. But we all can’t be Ansel Adams! Landscape photography can seem intimidating so we’ve…

Best Mountain Biking in Durango

The rumors about Durango are true. From the easy flowing loops to the downhill classics and dangerously addictive alpine hairpins, our town is home to hundreds of miles of delicious singletrack. And, it’s some of the best. Mountain bikers have come from all around the country, and sometimes the…

100 More Ways to Spend Summer in Durango

Last summer, we shared 100 unique ways to spend the season in Durango. From farmers markets and music festivals to secret bars and rugged alpine hikes, our visitors enjoyed a jam-packed summer of wild mountain adventure. One year later, we’re adding 100 more bullets to your Colorado bucket list…