Hidden Gems of Southwest Colorado
Go beyond Mesa Verde National Park, Cortez and Durango to find the farm bistros, guest ranches and lesser known towns and monuments of Colorado's southwest corner.
Settle in for the Evening
Stay for Breakfast: The ranch's breakfast is packed with fresh organic produce from the area, so be sure to savor the local flavors before heading out for a day of activity.
Hike Sand Canyon Trail
Take the 700 Years Tour
Check into the Historic Strater & Tour Its Living Museum
Durango Wine Experience:
If you're visiting in May, check out the Durango Wine Experience: Three delicious days of educational seminars, wine dinners and unique tastings featuring hundreds of wineries, artisan spirits and craft beers.
Have Lunch on the Train: Pre-order a boxed lunch and much your sandwich as you ride the rails alongside the Animas River.