Durango in Colors

In the smartly preserved Victorian town of Durango, cycling isn’t merely an activity… it’s a lifestyle. Taming the climbs, living and breathing five-digit elevation days, we cover the best biking: Hermosa Creek, Jones Creek, Dry Fork, Kennebec Pass, plus the Telegraph Trail System. Yours to explore for five fun-filled days on our Durango in Colors tour

Highlights

  • Durango
  • Hermosa Creek
  • Jones Creek
  • Dry Fork
  • Kennebec Pass
  • Telegraph Trail System

Details

TypeMountain bike
Duration 5 days
LevelModerate
SupportGuided
Group sizemin. 6 max. 13
LodgingCamping, Casual Inns for an extra fee
BicycleNot included
MonthJune, July, August, September
StartDurango
FinishDurango
States or countryColorado
Airport startDurango International Airport

Airport finishDurango International Airport

Starting from $ 1,677.00

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