Durango Mountain Institute
Sep29

Durango Mountain Institute

Previously an elite, private clubhouse, the Durango Mountain Institute provides an ideal space for an intimate wedding, rehearsal dinner or brunch. Host your ceremony on the patio overlooking the base of the ski area, and then retire inside to our well-appointed gathering space featuring warm, cozy furniture, beautiful slate floors and full Audio/Visual capabilities for sharing your love with family and friends. Capacity: 80 upstairs...

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Dante’s Ceremony Site
Sep29

Dante’s Ceremony Site

One of our premier ceremony and reception venues, located at the top of the mountain, offers a secluded, elegant, fine dining experience with spectacular views of all five surrounding mountain ranges. With a large deck to take in the amazing scenery, this truly is a tremendous location to say “I do!” Capacity: 200 Seasonal Vehicular Access Only. Ski Access during Winter Season. [Dante’s at Durango Mountain Resort was the perfect...

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Boyce Ceremony Site
Sep29

Boyce Ceremony Site

Nestled in an Aspen grove with the Needles Mountain Range as your backdrop this inspirational retreat will be a peaceful setting to begin your lives together. Host your reception at any of our Village venues to complete your special day Capacity: 200+ Seasonal Access Only Let the majestic Needle Mountains and the San Juan National Forest be the breathtaking backdrop for your ceremony. Whether it is the gentle rustle of leaves in an...

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Fort Lewis College
Sep29

Fort Lewis College

You know the real world isn’t indoors — it’s out there. And you know that out there is where you want to be. So you’ll be glad to know that at Fort Lewis College, your best learning will happen outside the classroom.Fort Lewis College is located in the same beautiful corner of Colorado as Durango Mountain Resort. Our scenic campus overlooking Durango sits at 6,872 feet atop a mesa and is framed by the rugged...

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Durango Train

Durango was founded by the Denver & Rio Grande Railway in 1879. The railroad arrived in Durango on August 5, 1881 and construction on the line to Silverton began in the fall of the same year. By July of 1882, the tracks to Silverton were completed, and the train began hauling both freight and passengers. The line was constructed to haul silver & gold ore from the San Juan Mountains, but passengers soon realized it was the view...

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Local Attractions
Sep29

Local Attractions

The Durango area is steeped in rich history, endless outdoor recreational opportunities and just about everything else you might want to do! Explore the area and find fun and new adventures at every turn.  Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Take a ride back in time on the D&SNGRR, an historic coal-fired, steam-powered locomotive. Trains depart from the Depot on Main Avenue in downtown Durango. Explore the...

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