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Ferringway Resort Condos in Durango, Colorado. Stay at Ferringway Resort Condos for nightly stays just like a hotel, or chose an extended stay and take a train ride on the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad
Where To Stay in Durango. Comfort, convenience and budget. Those are the factors when selecting Durango Lodging and Accommodations. From hotels and motels to bed and breakfasts, vacation rentals, mountain resorts, RV parks, or camping choose your style of lodging in Durango CO.
Welcome to Durango, Colorado! Durango, Colorado is the family friendly vacation destination with so many things to do from skiing, biking and rafting to local restaurants and breweries. Plan a day of adrenaline-pumping ziplining and rafting or a ride on the historic Durango Train.This scenic mountain town provides both indoor and outdoor activities for your entire family, not to mention that ...
One of two Durango hotels on the Animas River, DoubleTree by Hilton is walking distance to downtown and the Durango Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad. Book now.
The Durango train chugs slowly out of the station and you gaze out of the window as the tranquil mountain scenery goes by. Glide along the track past the dense forests, rocky ridges and rushing rivers of the Colorado back country.
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Durango, Colorado - A Dozen Vacations in One Destination. With Durango as your base, you won't run out of things to do. In fact, we're sure you'll want to spend a couple of extra days.
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Come visit us at our Hampton Inn Durango Hotel where you can select a guestroom with 1 King bed. Like all guests here at our hotel, you will enjoy free Wi-Fi, free parking and free breakfast daily when visiting.
History. The town was organized in September 1880 to serve the San Juan mining district. The Denver and Rio Grande Railroad (D&RG) chose the site on the Animas River for its depot following a brief and most likely perfunctory negotiation with Animas City, two miles to the north. The city was named by ex-Colorado Governor Alexander C. Hunt after Durango, Mexico, based on his favorable ...