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Moxie is Visit Durango's famous Barketing Director. When she's not chewing on printer paper or zooming around the office, you can find her contemplating David Hume's bundle theory while trying to figure out why the neighbor's cat uses a litter box instead of a tree.

Business of the Month: Twilight Toys

This month’s Business of the Month is Twilight Toys! This magical, well-curated shop has two locations. The flagship store is located at Purgatory Resort and its newest location is in the heart of downtown Durango, Colorado. Created by local entrepreneur and mom, Cristiana Dalle Grave, Twilight…

10 Places to Stay Cool in Durango

Our Favorite Neighborhood Spots to Escape the Heat There are thousands of things to do in and around Durango. But since we’re known for our sun-soaked mountain vistas, historic tours around town, and outdoor adventure sports, we thought it would be worth compiling some of our favorite things to do…

10 Places to Camp Near Mesa Verde National Park

Travel Back in Time at these Campgrounds Durango is in close proximity to Mesa Verde National Park, one of the world’s 27 UNESCO World Heritage sites and home to some of the best-preserved ancestral Pueblo archaeological sites. The park and the region that surrounds it are also spectacular places…

How to Keep Your Dog Cool During the Summer

Our dogs are important to us, and we often show our love for them by taking them with us on trips whenever we can, roughhousing with them, letting them run wild across the great outdoors, and doing whatever they want to do (with reason). These magnificent creatures do not always know their own…

What is Microtrash and How Can You Prevent it?

How to Keep Your Campsite and Our Lands Free of Microtrash When adventuring outdoors it is important to always ‘pack it in and pack it out’ - both to preserve and respect nature. Although it is sometimes difficult to leave absolutely no trace, we still need to strive to reduce our impact as much as…

Our 5 Favorite Waterfalls Around Durango

Waterfall hunting: nature’s original scavenger hunt The city of Durango isn’t well known for its waterfalls. That’s not because we don’t have them, but rather because most of these outstanding water features are still a well-kept secret. Many grand falls surround our town, but to find them, you’re…

Itinerary: Girls’ Trip in Durango

Gather your girlfriends and come to escape in beautiful Durango. It is your time to get spoiled and get pampered in crisp fresh mountain air. A good old fashioned trip taking in soaking in the springs, being pampered at a spa and shopping at the many fun stores. Durango has it all. Whether you and…

Itinerary: Babymoon Vacation in Durango

Before your little one is due, come and enjoy some beautiful scenery and fresh air in Durango and the San Juan Mountains. Not only is this an excellent way to reconnect with your partner but you can both use this time to clear your mind and relax. Enjoy the next four relaxing days with your loved…

Itinerary: Summer Break

Explore the mountain towns of Durango and Silverton by taking Durango’s historic Narrow Gauge train. Just because it is summer, learn about the Ancestral Puebloans at Mesa Verde National Park. Four days of fun learning and adventurous packed days. Enjoy all of the great attractions, views, stores…

Itinerary: Archeological and Cultural Sites in Durango

With rich history in Ancestral Puebloan culture, let Durango be the center of your adventures. Centrally located around 1000’s of sites, we range from archaic pithouses to the world renowned cliff dwellings. Immerse yourself into the native cultures, art and fine cuisine that makes your adventure…