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Visit Durango, Colorado this fall and experience the serene San Juan Mountains as they’re altered to a colorful canvas by Mother Nature herself, perfect for hikes, bike outings or simple relaxation. Durango Mountain Resort is located along the San Juan Skyway Scenic Byway, which provides breathtaking panoramas and multiple spots along the drive for capturing incredible photos.
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Starting at only $38* per person, per night, enjoy 2 nights lodging for two people.Call 800-525-0892 now to book the “Autumn Escape” and save!*Based on double-occupancy with two-night minimum. Starting at $38 pp/pn for new reservations through October 20, 2013. Taxes and fees not included. Call 800-525-0892 and mention the “Autumn Escape” at time of booking. Some restrictions may apply.
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Durango Mountain Resort's summer activities are open on weekends only now through Sept. 29th, as well as on Labor Day. Activity hours are 9am to 5pm. The Village Market & Deli is open daily from 8am to 4pm, and extended hours on weekends. Our accommodations are open daily as well.
Please call the Ticket Office at 970.385.2168 to check on weather conditions at the resort or if you have questions on our summer operations.
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Durango Mountain Resort is a mountain community that feels like home but is like no place you've ever been.
An endless backyard filled with exploration, relaxation and excitement. A destination where wildflowers grow thick as grass, trails lead off into the sunset and family members come to reunite. A central ground between the quintessential Colorado mountain town of Durango and the uniqueness of the Four Corners Region.
Whether you’re looking for heart pounding adventure or a relaxing vacation in the Rocky Mountains, once you've been to Durango Mountain Resort you'll understand why so many visitors head to Southwest Colorado year after year.
The name Purgatory comes from a witty farmer who live in the area during the late 1800's and adopted the moniker for a nearby creek, a tributary of the Rio de las Anima Perdidas (the River of Lost Souls), dubbed by Spanish explorers for a group who disappeared on the river during Durango's early history.
Centuries later, outdoor enthusiasts and modern day explorers still flock to the area to experience all that the Four Corners has to offer including
- World class mountain biking
- Hiking and camping
- Gold medal fishing waters
- The San Juan Scenic Byway and Million Dollar Highway