When you come to Durango you won’t run out of things to do
YOU WILL LOVE DURANGO!
Durango is a lovely town and the historic downtown is quaint. We have the perfect mix of shops, restaurants, and galleries. Great places to eat and drink. The locals are friendly and helpful and almost everyplace is dog friendly, also. The Animas River roars through the middle of town and weaves throughout the valley.
Enjoy beautiful hiking trails, hundreds of miles of them in fact, that are immediately accessible in town. Outdoor enthusiasts are at home here, as Durango hosts endless activities such as: hiking, biking, skiing, river rafting, fly-fishing, and more. Durango also has a narrow gauge train that runs from Durango to Silverton every day during the summer, filling the air with train whistles iconic to town.
Durango has a western feel and is full of great opportunities to learn about the “wild west” and the Native American culture, as monuments like Mesa Verde and Canyon of the Ancients are only an hour away.
Durango is home to the Durango-La Plata Airport, a full-service regional airport with more than a dozen daily flights to Denver International Airport, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, as well as seasonal flights to Los Angeles International Airport, Chicago O’Hare International Airport, Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport and connecting flights to more than 300 cities in the United States.
Durango is easily accessible by car. Several major U.S. and state highways approach the city from every direction, and make up the scenic San Juan Skyway surrounding Durango. For more information on getting to, and around, Durango, contact the Durango Area Tourism Office at (800) 525-8855.
PLAN YOUR TRIP
FESTIVAL SPONSOR HOTELS
Best Western Plus Rio Grande Inn
400 E 2nd Avenue
2002 Main Avenue
General Palmer Hotel
567 Main Avenue
The Rochester Hotel & Leland House
726 E 2nd Avenue
The Strater Hotel
699 Main Avenue