Hiking, biking, tubing, swimming, climbing, rafting, and seeing magnificent views from the tops of mountains. Sound interesting? Then Durango might be the place for you. Located near the southern Colorado border, and surrounded by an amazing natural landscape, Durango combines nature with the arts, great food, and great living. Of course, the main attraction in Durango is outdoor sports. Expect to start engaging in weekly outdoor treks in the best outdoor sports. The Animas River covers all the white-water rafting and tubing, Purgatory Resort offers great winter skiing, and San Juan National Forest is the spot for hiking, climbing, camping, and more. If you're interested in history, the Silverton Railroad is your best bet. Take the old-timey train up into the mountains to Silverton and discover the old mining town, now a great place for tourists and even those looking for some extreme winter skiing. If you're looking for more urban things to do, Main Avenue offers a great variety of boutiques and restaurants, and Durango even claims more restaurants per capita than Denver. Other fun things to do are the Durango Ragtime and Early Jazz Festival and the Snowdown Festival. Discover absolutely stunning modern and contemporary style homes throughout the city of Durango. Homes are perfect for those looking to settle down in Durango, or those looking for their new summer (or winter) getaway home. From two beds and baths to four beds and baths, prices from 300000 to 800000, and styles of every genre, Durango has the home you've been waiting for- New Home Source is the place to get it.