“It’s an escape, a calling. There’s a
reason why so many visitors come to
Durango and never leave,” said Erin
Allen, a Colorado resident who resides
“You’ve never really known how
much you need to live here until you’ve
passed through, and then it’s all you
can think about,” Allen said.
Explore something new every day.
Colorado has activities for all skill
levels and seasons. In the summer, try
mountain biking, road biking, paddle
boarding, wind surfing, water skiing,
jet skiing, or climbing one of the many
13,000- to 14,000-foot peaks. Go rock
climbing, golfing, backpacking, jeeping,
rafting, zip lining, horseback riding, or
taking history tours of old mines.