Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad is not new here; but rather quite historic. Founded in 1880 by the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, the 141 year old railroad leads passenger trains 45 miles from Durango to Silverton. This 3 ½ hour (one-way) ride lets you experience the beauties our corner of Colorado has to offer. A diesel and iconic steam train transport passengers to Silverton where there is time to take in the old-timey town before either returning via the train or Skyway Bus. Book your tickets on their site here: https://www.durangotrain.com/
Music in the Mountains is celebrating their 35th season and kicking it off with a hors d’oeuvres and wine/bubbly party. Hosted at the Keyah Grande in Pagosa Springs, CO the grounds boast fantastic views of the San Juans to explore before the music begins. A small handful of artists will play in this intimate chamber concert. The program has events throughout July to commence the production of exceptional music. Read more on this here: https://musicinthemountains.com/events/35th-anniversary-celebration-at-keyah-grande/
True Western Roundup truly gives you the western experience! Every Wednesday until August, contestants will be participating in events such as saddle bronc, mutton busting, calf roping, open barrels, and of course bull riding. It only takes eight seconds to preserve history, so don’t’ miss out of watching these cowboy athletes! You can purchase tickets in person or online here: https://truewesternroundup.com/tickets-rodeo-durango-colorado/
These three are all staples to the Durango experience so be sure not to miss out! Check out https://www.whatshappeningdurango.com/index.php?m=072021 for the full July events calendar. Let us know if you have any questions and we hope to see you out there!