Maggie Casey

Durango

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  1. Hoffheins Connection

    Durango

    If you don’t have all day to devote to your run, but still want to experience some of the beauty Durango has to offer outside city limits, Hoffheins Connection is one of the best options around.

  2. Elbert Creek Hiking

    Durango

    Despite stunning views and a rigorous hike, Elbert Creek Trail remains less traveled than many others in the area. However, the crowds will gather here on a bright fall day to watch the changing colors.

  3. Lake Hope

    Durango

    A gradual hike with amazing views that passes between Rolling Mountain and Beattie Peak to the stunningly blue, glacial Lake Hope.

  4. Hogsback Ridge Hiking

    Durango

    A visible landmark and cultural staple, Hogsback is Durango's answer to the stairmaster. A steep climb yields amazing views in all directions all centered over the bustle of downtown Durango.

  5. Halfin Creek Trail Hiking

    Durango

    Haflin is a wonderful option for hikers who want to spend more time on the trail than in the car. 10 miles round trip with a steep, steady climb won’t disappoint those looking for a challenge as well as a photo-op.

  6. Jura Knob

    Durango

    Engineer Mountain gets the glory, and the traffic, of celebrated summer hikes near Durango. For fewer crowds, more wildflowers, and – perhaps – better views head over one drainage to Jura Knob.

  7. Tomahawk Basin Hiking

    Durango

    The path less traveled in La Plata Canyon is the old mining road leading to Tomahawk Basin. Some route finding and trail blazing is required but yields huge rewards in the way of views and solitude.

  8. 7 Must-See Alpine Lakes Near Durango

    Durango

    These stunning alpine lakes near Durango make for a great late spring and early summer adventure. Here's where to go.