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Durango, CO

Situated in southwestern Colorado along the banks of the Animas River, Durango is a relatively small city with a modest population of around 15,000 people. First settled by gold prospectors in the 1860s and operating as an industrial center for the Durango and Rio Grande's San Juan Extension, Durango continues to attract visitors with its striking scenery and its many parks and resorts.


Durango's economy is based largely on white-collar employment and the majority of the workforce is employed in office jobs, professional positions and service industries. More than 36 percent of residents work in administrative support, sales and food service jobs. The valley and mountain landscape, along with the many resorts and historic sites, have contributed to a highly successful tourism industry in Durango. In addition, Durango's vibrant college scene has boosted the economy, countering the city's recent population decline.

Durango is also a center for the oil and gas business; the town sits on the edge of the San Juan Basin, the second-biggest natural gas field in the U.S. And it's a center for beer brewing, with four micro-breweries in town.


Some areas to know in Durango include:


More than 42 percent of Durango's adult population has a bachelor's degree or higher, and the area is served by three institutions of higher learning:


Durango is situated near Colorado's Four Corners junction with Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico. Its position in the immense Animas River Valley, with the peaks of the San Juan and Needles Mountains in the background, makes Durango a popular place to explore.


Durango supports more than 500 retail stores:


Located only 25 miles from the city, Durango Mountain Resort presents spectacular views of both the Needles and La Plata Mountain Ranges. The resort offers year-round activities, including 1,200 acres of ski hills and trails as well as trails for snowmobiling and sleigh rides. The resort hosts such events as the Dave Spencer Ski Classic, the Wolverton Telemark Festival, and the Ski Bike America Festival.

Durango offers a wide variety of year-round events:

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