Get out and experience the adventures that await in the amazing town of Durango, Colorado. If you’ve been thinking about a unique vacation experience where you can hike and explore in the summer and ski during the winter, consider the advantages of a Durango timeshare. You and your family will enjoy a variety of activities, events, and festivals at any time of the year.
Amazing Outdoor Activities
Spring and summer are the busiest times to use your Durango timeshare. During the months of March through May, you can enjoy a scenic drive along the San Juan Skyway. This road, known as the Million Dollar Highway, connects Ouray and Silverton and you can stop by quaint villages for shopping and restaurants. Be prepared for some sheer cliffs and hairpin turns that will get your adrenaline pumping and stop at a scenic pull off for pictures at Coal Bank Summit and Molas Pass.
If you’re visiting during the busy summer months, you will enjoy spending time hiking, biking, and rafting or attending one of the many events. Mountain bikers will love the challenging trails around Hermosa Creek or Horse Gulch and hikers will be amazed by the beauty of rushing waterfalls and delightful wildflower meadows. Both adults and kids will enjoy the jeep and ATV tours or zip lining and horseback riding. Plan to spend some time exploring Durango, which was founded in 1880 as a mining town. It will remind you of the old western movies and you can stop by Steamworks Brewing for a microbrew or sample some Mayday Moonshine. The kids will find something yummy to eat at Grassburger or Mahogany Grille and enjoy the old-time entertainment at Strater Hotel featuring ragtime pianists.
The Right Type of Accommodations
A Durango timeshare is the perfect option when searching for spacious accommodations with all the comforts of a vacation home. You can find a variety of available units from small studios to larger two and three-bedroom cabins. Many of the timeshare resorts offer fully equipped kitchens making it easy to prepare meals and snacks for the family in addition to free Wi-Fi and flat-screen televisions. You can even find timeshares with a swimming pool and hot tub and activities for the kids.
Traveling to Durango during the Fall and Winter provides options for riding the scenic the train along the railroad or visiting the Purgatory Ski Resort. Originating from miners who were stuck at Purgatory Flats in the 1890’s, this area is steeped in history. The mountain averages about 260 inches of snow per year and the slopes are groomed for beginner through experienced skiers. If you’re ready to start planning a fun vacation with family or friends, check out a Durango timeshare and the variety of activities and sights in Colorado.