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16 Best Durango Winter Adventures!

15 Things to do in Durango this winter 1. Skiing at Purgatory With over 1600 acres of skiable terrain and 105 trails, Purgatory is the perfect way to enjoy the beautiful San Juan Mountain Range. Bring your families and enjoy the slopes without the crowds! 2. Winter Trains The Durango & Silverton…

5 Things To Do On Your Day Off From Skiing

When you’ve maxed out your muscles and can ski no more, it’s time to kick back and enjoy a ski day off. Explore beyond the slopes where you’ll find adventure and new experiences around every corner. Your body will thank you for it and you’ll gain lifelong memories in return. Take a tip from the…

Introduction to Ice Climbing at Cascade Canyon

Cascade Canyon offers easily accessible ice climbing in a beautiful setting surrounded by frozen waterfalls and a crystal blue/green pool. A popular destination for rock climbing in the summer, Cascade Canyon transforms into a frozen winter wonderland, offering a great place to learn how to ice…

Guide to Winter Sports in Durango

Who says paradise is always tropical? Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced sportsman looking for the next big competition, Durango is your Winter multisport heaven. From downhill skiing to snowmobiling and ice climbing, Durango has it all. We’re sharing all the best trails, guide services…

12 Ways to Enjoy Durango This Winter

We love a great day of skiing at Purgatory as much as the next person, but sometimes it's nice to get off the beaten path. This is why we've put together a list of non-skiing activities to do when it's time to explore the San Juans off the slopes. Here's our list of 12 things to do this Winter in…

10 Ways to Enjoy Winter in Durango without Skiing

Taking a rest day from the mountain doesn’t mean missing out on the action. When your sore muscles are begging for a break, take advantage of the countless other activities Durango has to offer. From ice fishing and dog sledding to soaking in the hot spring and dining under the alpine sky, it’s easy…

Itinerary: 48 Hours in Durango

The snow conditions in Durango are prime for a mountain vacation! Folks everywhere are finding any excuse to squeeze in at least one weekend of snowtime in Durango. With only 48 hours to experience all that winter has to offer, make sure to check our favorite activities off your list: Friday Night…

Durango is the Shoulder Season Destination You Deserve

Shoulder season — that prime travel period between peak and non-peak season — is a perfect time to snag cheap flights, cozy lodging, and alone time in your favorite mountain town. For a quiet November retreat equipped with cool weather, zero crowds, and plenty of outdoor activities, Durango is a…

6 Ways to Spend Spring Break in Durango

I remember my first ever trip to Durango - a spring break vacation with the whole family. We stayed in a picture-perfect cabin outside Purgatory Resort and skied our whole week away. I fell in love with this little town and that trip is part of the reason I moved here. Since that vacation, I’ve met…