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Cowboys and haute cuisine thrive side by side in a Four Corners town that doesn't like to be typecast.
What's in a name change? How about a whole new attitude? Durango Mountain Resort, née Purgatory, has returned to skiing's radar screen since new owners took the helm two years ago.
Ford's new F-150 and Nissan's first full-size pickup boast equal measures of brain and brawn. Admit it: You want one.
As SKI Magazine pushes into the 21st century and enters its 65th season, there is no talk of retirement around our offices in Boulder, Colo.
The first day started at a very early and dark 4:45am when I packed my truck and went to meet the other team members and head to Eldora Mountain Resort, outside of Boulder.
Incredible! Absolutely whipped from long travels and a late night, we were greeted at Purgatory with plenty of food and knee-deep powder.
After two-and-a-half hours of sleep, the same crushing snow that I had fallen asleep to was still coming down hard.
Durango Mountain Resort's 25-year development plan was approved by a joint San Juan and La Plata County Planning Commission in mid-January.
After more than 18 months of review, the Durango Mountain Resort (DMR) Master Plan was approved by a joint San Juan and La Plata County Planning Commission.
After 22 months of planning and $2 million, the Durango Mountain Resort Master Plan was approved by the La Plata County Board of County Commissioner.
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