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Overlook

4 Tips to Remember When Fall Fishing in Durango

Durango is packed with interesting activities, including a variety of archaeological sites (and a World Heritage Site), music festivals, and an array of exciting sports (like skiing and fishing). If you’re here in the fall, it’s an excellent time to fish. Trout are out in full force, looking for…

5 Reasons to bring your Big Game Hunt to Durango

As a cool, autumnal breeze descends into the Animas valley, hunters everywhere prepare for another great big game season. With both mid and high-elevation access to mule deer and elk herds, mountain goats, and bighorn sheep, Durango is an ideal headquarters for all southwestern big game activities…

100 ways to Spend Summer in Durango 2018

Summer in Durango is pure magic, and not just for our festival list. Long, sun-filled days give way to star-filled nights, chased by sunrises so colorful you’ll remember it for the rest of your life. Summer is the season that turns longtime visitors into forever residents. Nobody can resist the…

Ditch the Crowds: Find Solitude at Emerald Lake

If we labeled every hiking destination near Durango a “must-see,” nobody would ever leave the backcountry. Our neighboring Weminuche wilderness is huge, at ¾ the size of Rhode Island and consisting of nearly 500,000 acres of pristine alpine adventure. There are infinite ways to find solitude and…

Fly Fishing Through Runoff

While the Durango area may have more fishing opportunities that one could fill a lifetime with; runoff season seems to deflate many ambitious anglers. Now that runoff is in full effect, we often get asked in the Duranglers shop where someone could wet a line when the river looks like a mud sluice…