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Vestiges of Durango's past as a mining and smelting center during the 1900s gold and silver booms are still present in the Victorian downtown area. The remains of a much earlier community can be seen nearby at Mesa Verde National Park; tours are offered of the largest and best presesrved site of Anasazi cliff dwellings still intact in the Southwest. The city is an entrance point for some of the truly scenic portions of the state amid the San Juan Mountain Range and San Juan National Forest. Durango is also the home of Fort Lewis College. The area attracts cowboys and cowgirls to the many professional rodeos held here in the summer and fall.

Music in the Mountains Classical Music Festival |
Art Martin Roll Gallery | Termar Art Gallery | Termar Gallery | Tremar Gallery |
Bed and Breakfasts and Country Inns Aspen Grove Bed and Breakfast | Scrubby Oaks Inn |
Education Rocky Mountain Institute of Healing Arts |
Restaurants, Cafes, Delis, Bakeries Ska Brewing Company |
Golf Four Winds Motel | Mercy Medical Center Of Durango |
Motels, Hotels and Resorts Dollar Inn | Hawthorn Suites | Strater Hotel | Tall Timber Resort |
Residential and Commercial Real Estate Greg Fryback REALTOR | Sandy Cooper Realtor | Tal Cloud Realtor | Wells Group of Durango |
RV campgrounds and dealers Alpen Rose RV Park | Hermosa Meadows Camper Park | Hermosa Meadows RV Park |
Shopping Hartman's Mercantile |
Sports and Sporting Events Southfork Riding Stables |
Transportation Animas Air Park Airport |

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