Durango, Colorado and Durango Mountain Resort is among the top destinations for winter vacations and winter sports. The San Juan Mountains offer some of the best skiing in the country, while Durango hotels and lodging provide a warm and cozy environment for guests no matter the occasion.
Durango Resort offers a vast area of well-groomed trails, steep chutes, powder fields, moguls and peaceful tree runs. Purgatory at Durango Mountain Resort is a well-known winter sports destination, with over 35,000 acres of terrain to ski and snowboard on. And don’t forget the Durango Mountain halfpipes, terrain parks and freestyle areas for the creative and experienced.
Off the slopes there is still plenty to do in Durango and surrounding areas. Those wanting to stay outdoors will find their thrills with exhilarating snowmobiling, into-the-wild snowshoeing, invigorating dog sledding and merry ice skating.
Feeling like a daredevil? Try ice climbing, or plan a day out in the mountainous backcountry with guides who will find the most challenging and satisfying terrain in the San Juan Mountains.
Train rides on the Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad operate throughout the year as the perfect way to sight see in a cozy setting while getting a healthy dose of history and culture.
Get pampered at one of Durgango’s many spas or outdoor hot springs, exercise at an ideal fitness center, or spend time at some of the local casinos and gaming centers. Durango restaurants are a culinary treat, while Durango lodging offers an luxurious cabin setting.
Durango shines as the perfect spot in Colorado for winter activities. Be sure to check out the Durango City Cam to see live views of the town and eagerly plan your perfect getaway to this charming mountain town.