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Get Ready for Adventure in 2012

Although it seems summer has just ended, it is never to soon to plan your next adventure and river expedition. There are so many great Durango vacation ideas, you may have to come back year after year to see it all! Even then, you will find there is always something new to explore, a new […]

See Fall Colors on a Jeep Trail Tour

What is the Number One Reason to Take a Jeep Trail Tour this Fall? The spectacular Colorado fall colors in the High Country. Take in the sights of Aspen leaves turning to gold with contrasting red Gambel oak brush and green Lodgepole Pines! We have three great options: Ghost Town Tour La Plata Canyon Tour […]

Thanks for your praises!

A Few Words From our Guests It’s over a month later and my family and I are still quite excited about our adventure with Mild 2 Wild! We spent Monday, July 19th riding up to Silverton with your guide, Jim, and thoroughly enjoyed the information he gave us throughout the day.  The shuttle bus ride […]

Back to School Special on our Jeep/Train Package!

Save! We are offering 10% off our popular Trails & Rails package in the month of September! Mention this blog at time of reservation to receive your discount. Haven’t heard of our Jeep/Train package before? This is a mild adventure for ages 1-100! Your day will start off with a breath-taking drive to Silverton, Colorado […]

Benefits of Early Warm Weather in the Mountains!

Going Above Treeline! Due to the recent hot weather our Jeep Trail Tours are able to go above tree line earlier than in previous years!  The wildflowers are out early, speckling the mountainsides with bright colors.  On recent trips to we have seen the beautiful Columbines in bloom and mountain sheep out on the ledges.  […]

Past, Present, Future

Looking for Something New to Do in Durango? Opportunities are continuously changing as rivers run dry, seasons change and new passes open up.  How will you know what is going on?  Never fear, we have all of the news of what activities are in the past, present and future.   Past Piedra River: Sadly, the […]

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