Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad
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If your visit to the area allows for the time, this is an iconic train ride from Durango to Silverton. Truly stunning scenery and a fun family day. I recommend the one-way trip if time is an issue.
Check out the museum-it's free! The train runs specials during summer months- there's currently a "kids ride free" promotion. See website for more info. Shorter themed rides are also available, but the full tour is an all-day affair...so worth it! You won't believe the views.
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“Probably one of my absolute favorites! Made to order, delicious, healthy Mexican food that is so reasonably priced. Two locations, one south of town isn’t that far from us. ”
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“Fun sushi fusion. Reservations recommended for dinner. Daily 4 - 8 pm. Mon - Sat 12 -3 pm.”
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“The Farm Bistro is a healthier choice as the food is from farm to table grown locally. Not only is it great food and a nice atmosphere they have a full cocktail bar and happy hour serving local beer and wine. They are NOT open on the weekends, just Monday thru Fridays for lunch and dinners.”
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“Beside great hiking and many ruins there is amazing trails for mountain biking in Sand Canyon. It's a big part of Canyon of the Ancients National Monument and the nice part is that it's just about 5 miles further down the canyon. When you leave the cabin or bungalow and hit the paved road, make a right, away from town. In about 5 miles you'll see the parking area on the right and if you were inclined to stop at Sutcliffe Winery it's on the opposite side of the road a few driveways down. They are open 7 days a week noon to 5pm. Great way to end the day!”
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“Best coffee around - they roast it themselves daily! Also a good place to meet locals. This is where a lot of the farmers, younger folks and newcomers gather. ”
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