Rivers, Trails, & Rails
Summer 2020 Durango Train Trips: The Durango train will be running limited service trips from June 23rd – August 15th. These limited tours will need to be booked with the train directly. We have Rafting, Jeep, Mesa Verde, and Zipline tours that pair perfectly with the shorter trips offered by the train.
Take in the sights and sounds of Durango’s past on a breathtaking journey through the remote wilderness of the two million acres San Juan National Forest and the Animas River Canyon.
If you’re interested in taking the train, a one-way train ride is your best bet! As a more affordable option, on the one-way train, you will get to experience the beautiful mountains, without spending 9 hours on the full-day train ride. One-way train packages starting at $78.00
Your trip to Southwest Colorado won’t be complete without a ride on the Durango-Silverton Narrow Gauge train and a one-way trip is truly the best way to experience it all!
Durango or Silverton, CO
We don’t want you to miss out on this trip so we’ll hold your spots, payment-free, for 24hrs while you make your final arrangements & prepare for payment.
We know plans change… so we offer a lenient cancellation policy. With optional upgraded cancellation, receive a 100% refund up until 24hrs prior to trips excluding trips involving the train.
In addition to the listed trip cost, we collect an additional 8% for River and Land Access Fees (ie. Forest Service, BLM, City, Private Land Use).
We loved the train ride! Such gorgeous scenery. So glad we found out about it. Silverton is a hidden jewel. Go to the Spoke on Center for lunch, super good and fast. Highly recommended to…
Our tour guide on the bus ride from Durango to Silverton and our Silverton jeeping tour was very knowledgeable and kept everything interesting! Had a great time!!
Loved doing the train/jeep tour. Our guide was extremely knowledgeable about the area and history and stopped at all the appropriate points of interest to take pictures and experience the gorgeous scenery.
Our guides, Don and Kyle, were awesome. However, our trip seemed a bit unorganized. We stopped along the way MANY times. The guides’ attention was divided as they were spotting for a elderly kayaker that…
Everything was exceptional except the recommendation to have lunch at Shady Lady the food was not very good.