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Rex2 All Aboard the Cascade Canyon Winter Train!

By | Durango Family Packages, train, Train Packages, Train Packages, Train Rides, Uncategorized, Vacation, Vacation Planning | No Comments
With winter break right around the corner and snow forecasted for our little town, what better way to spend your vacation than riding the historic Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad? The historic steam engine will take you almost all the way up to Silverton so you can see some of the most amazing scenery covered in snow. The Cascade Winter Train departs daily from the Durango station and gives you a front row seat for 26 miles through some of the most impressive mountainscapes of the San Juan National Forest. Follow the Animas River and see waterfalls covered in…
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Rex2 Nightlife in Glenwood with Kids

By | Adventure Packages, Adventures, culture, Dining, Family Packages, Glenwood Hot Springs, glenwood springs, Glenwood Springs Packages, Hot Springs, Vacation, Vacation Planning | No Comments
Nightlife may sound like a topic that may not be associated with young children, especially when visions of nightclubs and popping into the quaint breweries and pubs that dot the area. Although parents may enjoy an occasional adult-only vacation, sans kids, there are plenty of options to explore and enjoy with your whole family after the sun goes down! Kid-Friendly Pubs Sure, it may not sound like an appropriate idea for some, but there are a variety of family-friendly pubs and restaurants in Glenwood Springs. One such place is the Glenwood Canyon Brewpub, which has a variety of craft beers…
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Rex2 Glenwood’s Summer of Entertainment

By | Arts, culture, Evening Shows, Events, Festivals, Glenwood Hot Springs, glenwood springs, Glenwood Springs Packages, History, Hot Springs, Music, Special Events, Vacation, Vacation Planning | No Comments
Once the temperatures heat up, so does the music scene! Although the population of Glenwood Springs is relatively small, the number of concerts and music festivals makes the population boom during the summer months. Here are some upcoming events that will be sure to bring music to your ears. Two Rivers Park In previous years, the concert season has lured many musicians to the area, performing for an ever-growing crowd. This year is no different with music that started in June and lasting thru August 1st, performers will delight every Wednesday evening. On this year’s lineup, you will find Lipbone…
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Rex2 9 Reasons to Visit Glenwood Springs in the Spring

By | Adventures, culture, Dining, Evening Shows, Family Packages, glenwood springs, Glenwood Springs Packages, Hiking, Hot Springs, packages, Vacation, Vacation Planning, Zipline | No Comments
Although the snowpack in Colorado might not have been as substantial as previous years, there is never a bad time to visit Glenwood Springs. Snow or no snow, there are still plenty of things to do while visiting this beautiful part of Colorado, especially if you’re traveling there by train! The town is small enough that you can get around with ease and see parts of this little mountain town that you wouldn’t normally get to see if you’re just driving by. Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park         Located in the heart of Glenwood, you will find America’s only theme park…
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Rex2 Whitewater Rafting Safety Tips

By | Adventure Packages, Adventures, durango, Durango Family Packages, Durango Packages, Family Packages, glenwood springs, Glenwood Springs Packages, Rafting, Vacation, Vacation Planning | No Comments
The thaw of snow is a sure sign that spring and summer are right around the corner here in Durango, Colorado. With warmer weather on the horizon, you will no doubt be looking for ways to cool off and have fun, so why not combine both and try rafting? However, before you even don your booties or pick up your paddle, there are some safety tips that can help to make your outdoor adventure a fun, and safe one! Safety First! Whether you are a seasoned veteran of the waterways or are a newbie looking to try paddling for the…
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Rex2 Spend Spring in Colorado!

By | activities, culture, durango, Durango Events, Events, Family Packages, Festivals, Glenwood Hot Springs, glenwood springs, Glenwood Springs Packages, Hot Springs, Special Events, Vacation, Vacation Planning | No Comments
While there is technically never a bad time to visit Colorado, there is just something about visiting during the spring that makes it even better...if that is even possible! Fewer crowds, spring sunshine, lifted spirits from the locals make our state seem like it’s bursting at the seams with life. Below, we're given you just a few reasons to consider spring (which lasts until June, sometimes) a great time to visit.    Weather         When you think of Colorado, thoughts of snow covered mountains and brisk weather that is perfect for skiing and other outdoor activities may flood your mind.…
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Rex2 Spring Activities in Durango

By | Adventure Packages, durango, Mesa Verde, Skiing, Train Packages, Vacation, Vacation Planning | No Comments
Although there may be intermittent flurries, the slumber of winter is making way for more springtime sunshine. In some areas, there may be a little bit of snow along the road, but for the most part, springtime is coming alive in Durango. Take a look at the many fun adventures to be had when exploring the area in the crisp morning air or wait a few hours until the sun warms things up a little bit. Springtime Skiing? Yes, it's a thing! The calendar may say that it is spring, but that does not mean that you need to put…
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Rex2 Spring Travel in Colorado: What to Pack and Why

By | activities, Adventures, durango, glenwood springs, Mesa Verde, pagosa springs, telluride, Vacation, Vacation Planning | No Comments
A favorite saying here in Colorado is, “Wait five minutes and the weather will change.” It’s almost the go-to phrase you’ll hear when it’s snowing or raining or sunny outside in the mountains. Though we’re finally seeing the days get longer, we still have plenty of days where it will snow in the morning and by evening it’s 50 degrees. So, what do you pack for a trip where the weather changes so much? Layering Tees: Packing a tee that can layer easily under a sweater or a shirt can help give you that extra bit of warmth, which is…
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Rex2 Upcoming Spring Events for Durango, Colorado

By | durango, Durango Events, Special Events, Vacation, Vacation Planning | No Comments
Wondering what to do in the mountains come springtime and early summer? Fear not! Since Punxsutawney Phil predicted a longer winter, it means that we may be seeing more snow in our future and you can possibly squeeze in a few more days of skiing! But did you know that there are also a ton of fun festivals and activities that are coming up? March: Durango Film Festival: February 28- March 4th, 2018 Come and see a variety of independent films, discussions with directors, and more! Durango’s Film Festival has been around since 2001 - providing the Four Corners area…
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Rex2 Why Durango is the Perfect Year-Round Vacation Destination

By | activities, Adventure Packages, Adventures, durango, Durango Events, Hiking, History, In The News | No Comments
Have you been trying to find a great vacation destination that you can visit year-round? Located in the Southwestern region of Colorado is where you will find the city of Durango, which has experienced an expansion in the number of visitors who have chosen this town as either a destination vacation or for others who choose to make this quaint town their home.  From being featured in travel magazines (like US News and Outside Magazine), the secret is out: Durango is where it's at. Packed with history and opportunities for year-round adventures, read more to find out why it captivates…
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