Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
2002 Main Avenue
Durango, CO 81301
Phone: (970) 247-4242
Fax: (970) 385-4713
2002 Main Avenue, Durango, CO, US, 81301
- Phone: (970) 247-4242
- Fax: (970) 385-4713
Mild to Wild Rafting & Jeep Trail Tours, Inc. offers 27 whitewater rafting and jeep trail tour trips in southwest Colorado, eastern Utah, and central Arizona. Rafting tours take place on such rivers as the Colorado, Verde, and the Upper Salt River Canyon.
The Four Corners' area premier fly fishing outfitter provides information, equipment, and custom guided fly fishing trips.
Get ready for an adventure! Mountain Waters Rafting specializes in whitewater rafting. There is a tour for all ages, you could enjoy a relaxing tour where you float down the river or experience the thrill of navigating challenging currents in Class V whitewater. If you're not in the mood for rafting then take a water-free tour and go on theDurango Train or a Zipline. There's a tour for everyone!
Provides a variety of outfitting trips including hunting, fishing, horseback rides, and hiking trips.
Flexible Flyers Rafting offers one to two-hour rapid thrill river trips on the lower Animas River.
Located within the Colorado National Monument, Rim Rock Drive is a 23-mile (37.01 kilometers) stretch that provides breathtaking views of the red-rock canyons and scenery the region is famous for. A number of viewpoints and hiking trails, as well as Saddlehorn Visitor Center, are made easily accessible by Rim Rock Drive, which was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1994.
One to two-hour scenic trail rides through the National Forest and over private land are offered through this stable with breakfast and supper rides available. The stables also offers wagons and teams for those who do not want to steer.
Situated at the base of Wolf Creek Pass at Bruce Spruce Ranch, Wolf Creek Outfitters is a full-service outfitter catering to big game hunters. Licensed, bonded and insured, Wolf Creek Outfitters offers guided hunts for turkey, elk and deer, snowmobile tours, and high mountain trail rides.
The San Juan National Forest is a highly reputed National Forest, situated in the western Colorado region. The forest site was established precisely in 1905. It is renowned owing to its three wilderness areas. The forest site encompasses a massive land cover of 1,878,846 acres (2,935.7 square kilometers). It swanks of some of the most rustic and scenic picnic sites for recreation and also boasts of campgrounds. On the whole, a trip to the San Juan National Forest can leave you with lots to explore.
Horse back riding, sleigh rides, and carriage services .