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Re/Max Mesa Verde Realty

Re/Max Mesa Verde Realty

in Commercial, Residential, Realtor, Realtor

If you're looking for real estate, homes or property in the Cortez, Mancos or Dolores , 81321, 81328 area, I can help you choose the right home or property for your needs and will guide you toward making an informed real estate decision in our market. I pride myself in being able to give all my clients important local information based on years of living and enjoying all this area has to offer.

Salmon Ruins Museum

Salmon Ruins Museum

in Educational, Cultural

11th century Chacoan great house, a 19th century homestead, replicas of a sweatlodge, hogan, tipi, or pithouse, ancient artifacts, exhibits & research in our library specializing in archaeology and the American SW & gift shop. The San Juan County Museum Assoc. -Salmon Ruins Museum and Research Library, is a 501(C)3 Institution, not a member of the National Parks System & do not accept passes.

Ridgway Chamber & Visitors Center

Ridgway Chamber & Visitors Center

in Informational, Relocation

Ridgway is located on the San Juan Skyway, cradled in the heart of the most photographed mountains in the world. Whether you're looking for adventure & excitement or the serenity of pristine alpine beauty once you get to Ridgway you'll want to stay awhile! Our small town hospitality is a blend of The spirit of the Old West, healthy lifestyles and laid-back, friendly folks.

Olde Tymers Cafe

Olde Tymers Cafe

in Cafe, Restaurant, Bar

Since 1981 Olde Tymers Cafe has been bringing people together with a relaxing atmosphere, great food, and libations . Known by locals as OTC. Olde Tymers Cafe is Durango's gathering spot, whether its dining on The Patio or just a coctail with some friends, Olde Tymers Cafe is it. So come down and see what we can offer you for local entertainment. Voted Best Burger & Patio In Durango!

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Durango Fire Etched in Girl’s Memory

Durango Fire Etched in Girl’s Memory

in Heritage Tours, Education, Main Street, Museums, Tourism

Helen M. Boston never forgot the fire. The frightening image of smoke and flames billowing above downtown Durango became permanently etched in her mind. On July 1, 1939, 50 years later to the day, she penned her recollections . . .

Mancos and the Arts- Veryl Goodnight Gallery

Mancos and the Arts- Veryl Goodnight Gallery

in Galleries, Main Street, Shopping, Tourism, Destination

Most small towns have hidden treasures that may not be easy to find. The small town of Mancos has many treasures and they are easy to find. Mancos is a strong arts community, including the prestigious designation as a Colorado Art Creative District..

Looking Back- Dr. E. E. Johnson

Looking Back- Dr. E. E. Johnson

in Heritage Tours, Education, Medical, Spotlight, Tourism

May 2017 - the Centennial Year of the opening of the Johnson Hospital. E. E. Johnson was born in the south of Sweden in 1882. In 1897 he came with his brother Otto to Minnesota but settled on a farm in South Dakota. He did farm work and went to......

Southern Ute Museum - Exhibits

Southern Ute Museum - Exhibits

The Southern Ute Museum “Colorado’s Longest Continuous Residents” The Southern Ute Museum, operated by the Southern Ute Indian Tribe, is a new building reflecting an old history. The Museum, established in 1971 to preserve and promote Ute culture,

Looking Back: Ed Nolan and His Trading Post - Part 2

Looking Back: Ed Nolan and His Trading Post - Part 2

in Heritage Tours, Education, Main Street, Museums, Tourism

Ed Noland wanted to start a trading post on the San Juan River in the Four Corners region and wanted to trade with both the Utes and the Navajo. In the new town of Durango he walked into the general merchandise store.............

Looking Back: Ed Nolan and His Trading Post - Part 1

Looking Back: Ed Nolan and His Trading Post - Part 1

in Heritage Tours, Education, Museums, Tourism, Destination

Ed Noland Insured His Life to Finance Indian Trading Post in Early Days.... Before Cortez was founded; before Montezuma County was organized, a chapter of settling a portion of Colorado, opened one spring morning in 1882 when Oen Edgar Noland....

Welcome! Come and visit The Four Corners Region of the United States. We are the center of archaeological discoveries and have the largest concentration of national parks, monuments and ancient Indian ruins. The Four Corners Monument marks the only spot in the United States where you can stand simultaneously in the four states of Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah!



Whether it is peace and solitude in exploring and hiking in mountains or desert terrains, the excitement of water rafting, horseback riding, soaking in the hot springs, shopping in unrivaled galleries, art centers, museums and shops, riding the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad or the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, to historic turn of the century towns, world class bicycling and hiking into ancient canyon lands or over mountains, experience a dream vacation on a dude ranch by reliving the life of a cowboy, dining in the rough and tough saloons, out by the camp fires or inside an elegant four-star restaurant.  You will find it all in the Four Corners Region of southwest Colorado, northwest New Mexico, northeast Arizona, and southeast Utah.


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