Journals Durango

Days in Durango

Created by rufusni on October 4, 2011 Best of IgoUgo

7 Reviews

A few days with Durango as our base...including taking the steam train and Mesa Verde

Durango: Silver and Coal

Created by MikeInTown on March 29, 2008 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

Two days of our Southwest U.S. road trip were spent in Durango where we rode the historic railway and visited Mesa Verde National Park.

Old fashioned Colorado

Created by c_rau on February 12, 2003 Best of IgoUgo

7 Reviews
2 Stories

Tucked on the western slope of Wolf Creek Pass off Highway 160 is Durango, CO, a small town with an Old West flavor. If you can't find something fun to do in Durango, then there's something wrong with you!

Vacation in Durango

Created by Mary -Claire on April 8, 2007

1 Review

Silverpick Lodge / The Sow's Ear: best vacation spot in Durango!

Durango, Colorado (Locals View)

Created by baolive on March 15, 2007

8 Reviews

This is mostly a dining guide for a few of the many restaurants found in the Durango area. A recent study found that Durango has more restaurants than San Francisco (1 for every 120 residents) and a great many of them are very good.

Ski and Snowboard in Durango, Colorado

Created by notekain on November 11, 2006

1 Review

Learn of my experience in the popular, but not over-visited Durango, CO.

A Most Enjoyable Durango-Silverton Train Ride

Created by johnstravels on May 28, 2006

1 Story

This is a train ride you don't want to miss. The scenery is sometimes beyond words.

A Week in Southwest Colorado

Created by rsones18 on February 4, 2006

1 Review

Things to do, things to see, and how we enjoyed our stay in Bayfield, Colorado.

Purgatory/Durango Was Surprisingly Terrific!!

Created by Sheeela on March 6, 2005

1 Review

Purgatory is sinfully super! The mountain held suprises at every turn! Moguls, trees, groomers, and tons of powder this year!! Down-to-earth location, rugged terrain... real skiing for real people. Affordable, beautiful, and unspoiled.

Challenging runs at Purgatory/ Durango

Created by davidtraill on February 7, 2005

1 Review

The icy conditions and (at times) unavoidable steep terrain made this a challenging visit, with a better than adequate resort.

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