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  Durango, Colorado - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Durango is nestled in the Animas River Valley surrounded by the San Juan Mountains.
Durango is also well known for another historical attraction, the Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, a heritage railway which takes visitors back in time from Durango to the historic mining town of Silverton, Colorado.
Durango is served by U.S. Highway 160 (the Old Spanish Trail) and U.S. Highway 550.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Durango,_Colorado   (750 words)

 Valdora Resort   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
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 Durango Vacations and Lodging :: Durango Hotel and Car Rental   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
DURANGO is the largest town in southwest Colorado and the best hub for exploring the Four Corners region.
The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad runs up to four round-trips daily between May and October, from a depot at 479 Main Ave at the south end of town (all leave in early morning; $55 round-trip; reserve tickets at least two weeks in advance; tel 970/247-2733).
Durango has also become one of the West's latest boomtowns, attracting a large influx of long-distance computerized teleworkers.
www.durangocoloradolodging.com   (217 words)

 Durango, Colorado - Runners World   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
From Durango, a one-time Wild West mining town and now a magnet for all species of outdoor enthusiasts, superb runs spin off like spokes from a hub -- each against a backdrop of the 14,000-foot-high, snow-topped San Juan Mountains, the prettiest range in the Rockies.
Durango's Dandiest: Resting on a rocky riverbank, ringed by woods, with one of the town's top running trails right out the door, the 159-room Durango Doubletree Hotel (501 Camino del Rio, 970-259-6580; www.doubletreehotels.com) is a great choice for rubber-soled visitors.
Durango's a tiny town with righteous runs -- many through territory where the 1969 classic Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid was filmed.
www.runnersworld.com /article/0,5033,s6-188-193-0-1347,00.html   (1164 words)

 Durango Colorado Vacations
Durango Colorado vacations guide to dream vacations for the entire family can be found here.
Durango Colorado, one of the last cowboy towns from the 1800s, lies nestled in the San Juan mountain range of the great Rockies.
Durango Mountain Resort, formerly Purgatory Resort, boasts 1200 acres of terrain...served by 11 lifts...
durango-colorado-vacations.com   (342 words)

 Durango Colorado, Colorado
The former Durango uranium processing site islocated just outside the city limits of Durango in southwest Colorado.The site is bordered on the east by the Animas River, on the northby Lightner Creek, and on the southwest by Smelter Mountain.
The Mesa Verde Headquarters is a one-hour drive from Cortez, Colorado, heading east on Highway 160 to the park turnoff, and a 1.5 hour drive from Durango, Colorado, heading west on Highway 160 to the park turnoff.
The nearest airports are Cortez, Colorado, Durango, Colorado, and Farmington, New Mexico.
creekin.net /k19590-n209-durango-colorado-colorado.html   (675 words)

 Durango Colorado Central Reservations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Durango, which began as a railroad town in the 1880s to serve the gold and silver mines of the Southwest Colorado Rockies, retains much of its "Old West" charm today.
Durango’s famous attractions include the historic Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad and nearby Mesa Verde National Park.
Durango is also home to Purgatory at Durango Mountain Resort, a perfect winter vacation destination.
www.gatewayreservations.com   (297 words)

 About The Durango Colorado Area
Durango is southwest Colorado's largest town, with a population of approximately 15,000, (45,000 in La Plata County).
Durango is near the Four Corners junction with New Mexico, Arizona and Utah, and is perched at 6,512 feet, nestled between red sandstone bluffs in the vast Animas River Valley.
Durango is located in Southwest Colorado and boasts 300 days of sunshine a year.
www.durango.org /DurangoArea/index.asp   (288 words)

 Durango ski area, Colorado - Skiing and Snowboarding
Durango has a much lower than average ratio of expert and advanced runs, and a much higher than average ratio of intermediate and beginner runs.
Durango is a family friendly ski area with lots of easy runs for beginners.
Durango has been a bustling railroad town since the 1880s and today you can still ride the historic steam train from do...
www.gottagoitsnows.com /skiareas/1061.html   (592 words)

 Durango, Colorado
Durango is located in La Plata County in the southwest corner of Colorado.
Durango has a couple of good shopping malls, several galleries, 75 restaurants, movie theaters, factory outlets, souvenir shops, and quite a few landmark hotels.
Map of Durango area - Map of Durango and Suburbs - Map of Central Durango - Map of La Plata County
www.sangres.com /places/westslope/durango   (307 words)

 Durango Colorado, and the Narrow Guage Railroad
The land was aquired from the Ute reservation that was established in 1868.
One of the many things to do while you are visiting Durango, is to take the trip on the Narrow Guage Railroad to Silverton Colorado.
Skiing is one of the premiere attractions to the Durango area.
www.geocities.com /Yosemite/Forest/2485/durango.html   (518 words)

 Durango, Colorado, Outdoors Recreation
Durango Yearround RV Park, Colorado, 6 miles away
Durango, Colorado, 6 miles, vertical drop 2029 feet
Durango - Purgatory Super 8 Motel, Durango, Colorado, 6 miles away
www.hikercentral.com /metros/20420.html   (877 words)

 Relocation - durango colorado relocation
Durango, Colorado Relocation - City Information, Real Estate,...
Durango, Colorado relocation and real estate information, find real estate agents, mortgage lender, insurance quotes, and information about the city...
Durango Colorado - Durango Downtown Vacation Travel and Relocation...
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 Durango Colorado Bed and Breakfast, Logwood Bed and Breakfast Lodge, Rocky Mountain CO Vacation Lodging
Durango Colorado Bed and Breakfast, Logwood Bed and Breakfast Lodge, Rocky Mountain CO Vacation Lodging
A full breakfast is served each morning and afternoon snacks are available upon returning from a day of sightseeing in the four corners area.
It is located only eight miles from the north side of Durango, Colorado three miles north of Trimble Hot Springs and four miles south of Tamarron Resort and is only 15 miles south of Durango Mountain Resort...
www.durango-logwoodinn.com   (335 words)

 Durango Colorado Transportation Services   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Durango Transportation provides airport shuttle, 24-hour taxi service, charter buses and vans, and priority package delivery service.
Durango Mountain Resort provides Mountain TranSport daily service from the ski area to town in winter.
Located in the heart of Durango NA Charters operates a modern fleet of Vanhool and MCI's Motorcoaches, luxury limousines and a LimBusine.
gatewayreservations.com /durango_CL/TRANSPORT/transport.html   (424 words)

 Durango, Colorado News, Classifieds, Sports, Education, Business, Arts and Entertainment
Durango, Colorado News, Classifieds, Sports, Education, Business, Arts and Entertainment
A group of Durango High School students spent Saturday selling root-beer floats, brownies and cookies at South City Market for their Mars trip.
You could pack a few more people into the pool area of the Durango Community Recreation Center than were there on Saturday, but you'd have to use a shoehorn.
www.durangoherald.com   (207 words)

 Home Page - Durango&Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad in Durango, Colorado
Durango was founded by the Denver and Rio Grande Railway in 1879.
The railroad arrived in Durango on August 5, 1881 and construction on the line to Silverton began in the fall of the same year.
Don't forget to also visit Durango All Aboard Magazine, the official magazine of the Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad.
www.durangotrain.com   (163 words)

 Western Colorado Wedding Guide - Colorado Wedding Planning Information for Colorado Weddings in the mountains and ...
Durango and Southwest Colorado ~ Ridgway ~ Telluride ~ Montrose ~ Grand Junction
Have a friend take Polaroid’s of each guest or couple as they enter the reception and place the pictures in a guest book which can be handed around during dessert for each guest to write something special to the newlyweds.
Colorado atmosphere and sensational cuisine will enchant your guests and make your big day unforgettable.
www.adurangowedding.com   (386 words)

 Durango Lodging - Find Durango Colorado Resort, Hotels or Bed and Breakfasts Here!
Here you will find the finest Durango lodging - your alternative to mainstream Durango Colorado hotels and resorts.
Your innkeeper will be happy to help you plan your vacation and be your source for Durango activity information.
Ride the Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, visit Mesa Verde, take a rafting trip down the Animas River, and enjoy the many activities that Durango, CO has to offer.
www.durango-co-lodging-inn.com   (126 words)

 Durango Real Estate | Durango Homes | Sondra Joyce
When acting as a buyer's agent, I understand that the purchase of a Durango home is often the fulfillment of a life-long dream to live in Colorado; that your home is about having a place to relax and be comfortable in; a place to spend time with family and friends; a place to make memories.
Many are seeking the tremendous quality of life, great weather, and spirit of community Durango has to offer.
Most buyers in Durango are relocating to the area.
www.durango-real-estate.net   (433 words)

 || S c a n . O r g ||
This Southwest Colorado Access Network (SCAN) website is hosted by Region 9 Economic Development District of Southwest Colorado, Inc. SCAN is a collection of links and information to help you find resources in Southwest Colorado.
Region 9 Economic Development District of Southwest Colorado, Inc. (Region 9 EDD) is a Colorado non-profit community economic development corporation that promotes and coordinates economic development efforts throughout Southwest Colorado.
Region 9 EDD often partners with community organizations, government and the private sector to assist in the development of special projects that result in job creation/retention and the economic expansion of the community or enterprise.
www.scan.org   (258 words)

 Durango, Colorado Tourism and Vacation Website
Explore the area's world-class attractions, such as Mesa Verde National Park, the Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, Historic Downtown, and Vallecito Lake.
Plan your Colorado Mountain Vacation and learn facts about Colorado at the Durango Area Tourism Office.
DURANGO, CO: This weekend in Durango enjoy ART ON THE ANIMAS at Santa Rita Park; BARES, BRONCS & BULLS RODEO at the Fairgrounds; and HIKE, LUNCH & LEARN WITH A LLAMA at Durango Mountain Resort.
www.durango.org   (151 words)

 Durango Colorado   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Photographing one of the five Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge steam engines still in working condition today, the book views the train as it navigates its way along the Colorado Rocky Mountains in the summertime.
At the end of the tale the reader is given factual information about the classic Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge locomotives.
He and his wife Caroline live as simply as possible in a mountain cabin near the city of Durango, Colorado.
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 Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Train - Entertainment & Attractions - Durango Downtown
The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad runs on a forty-five mile spur of track originally constructed by the Denver & Rio Grande Railway.
For the first time, the natural riches of an immense continent were accessible to anyone possessing the ambition and sense of adventure to seek them.
The last great prize awaiting Colorado's railroads lay in the remote southwest part of the state, in the rugged San Juan Mountains.
www.creativelinks.com /events/train.htm   (511 words)

 Durango Colorado Real Estate
Durango Real Property - A full-service real estate company located in Durango, Colorado.
Durango Colorado Real estate listings for land, homes, and ranches.
Durango real estate, Colorado land, resort condo, custom mountain home...
www.recolorado.info /directory/durango-colorado-real-estate.php   (259 words)

 Durango, Colorado Hotels - Online Reservations for Hotels in Durango, Colorado   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Durango activities include skiing, rafting, mountain biking, hiking, camping, horseback rides, fishing, backcountry and mining tours, rock climbing, live concerts, gaming, art gallery walks and much more.
Many of the original buildings constructed by Durango’s pioneers are still in use today.
The Strater Hotel, built in 1887, and a reflection of the town’s prosperity, remains a central attraction in downtown Durango.
www.durango-hotels.info   (198 words)

 About Durango Colorado
Durango began as a railroad town in the 1880s to serve the gold and silver mines of the Southwest Colorado Rockies.
The rugged San Juan Mountains and red-rocked canyonlands of the Four Corners region draw more than a million visitors a year to Durango.
Within an hour's drive are four major reservoirs and dozens of high-country lakes, national parks, and millions of acres of San Juan National Forest.
www.fortlewis.edu /visitors_parents/about_durango_colorado   (87 words)

 Durango Colorado real estate by Rick Lorenz, Broker
more than Durango real estate listings, this is the premier Durango, Colorado real estate web site for land, homes and ranches for sale in Durango and Southwestern Colorado.
This site contains more than 450 pages of information on Durango Colorado real estate, more than 25 virtual tours, plus view the Durango MLS listings on-line which are updated daily.
Everything you ever wanted to know about mortgages, credit reports, different types of loans, appraisals, bankruptcy (and how that could affect me as a home buyer and borrower), VA and FHA loans and MUCH MORE.
www.buydurango.com   (335 words)

 Colorado Victorian Houses - Durango, Colorado   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Come stay at Furlow House, an 1898 Queen Anne jewel poised in the heart of Durango's quiet, leafy historic district.
You'll be steps away from the shops and restaurants of Main Street, minutes from the glittering Animas River and other blue ribbon trout streams, and half an hour from the powdery slopes of the Durango Mountain Resort (formerly Purgatory Ski Resort).
If you have questions that are not answered here or if you wish additional information, please email us at info@coloradovictorian.com or call us at 504-866-1400.
www.coloradovictorian.com   (125 words)

 Durango, CO - Go Durango!
Durango is located in Southwest Colorado at an elevation of 6,512 feet.
Durango also has lots of great nightlife which includes minimal stakes gambling at two casinos.
Durango has a variety of fun activities to keep you busy while visiting, including the famous Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad.
www.godurango.com   (194 words)

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