There’s a lot to love about Durango. Mountains. Nature. Beer. But the Animas River may just be the city’s biggest attraction. (Or the Durango train. We haven’t done an official study, so we can’t say for sure.) We’ve talked about tubing the Animas River and rafting the Animas River and kayaking the Animas River, but we haven’t yet discussed fishing on the Animas River. Because the Animas River and Durango’s Main Avenue… Read More

Looking for something to do on Saturdays that doesn’t involve chores, video games or Facebook? Then look to the right of this sentence. Yup, that’s the Durango Nature Center, which offers an easy way to get out of the house, offline and into nature for the day. In 1998, Durango Nature Studies acquired the 142-acre natural area that’s permanently protected by a conservation easement. The upper 35-acre section has miles of interpretive… Read More