Enjoyed the ride through the Canyon and all the Views of the Animas River throughout the ride on the Train.
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Grew up around the Animas and fished here as a boy in the 70s. I can't say enough about this jewel of the Rockies, the Rainbow Trout and memories it still evokes.
Animas River where you can hike, walk, bike, fish.or just need some quiet time? The river is 126 miles long. Timothy Glass Author/cartoonist of Just This Side of Heaven and Sleepytown Beagles, DoggoneIt
Walking, jogging, biking, dog walking, impromptu guitar concert, watching the fly fisher or the fish, a walk along the Animas River through downtown or out to the dog park, you'll have a great time. The trail is about 7 miles total and offers access to...More
Then Animas River is an amazing place where TRUE Beauty and adventure can be found. If you are going to visit, Mild To Wild is the company to enhance your trip!
It winds through the canyon from Silverton to Durango and then through the town of Durango. It is clear with many twists and turns so that there is always a surprise around each corner. You can travel it by kayak or white water raft. It...More
I personally have not taken a kayak ride down the Animas River but while hiking along it I have watched people float along the river. Have also seen rubber rafts taking visitors down the river. It seems to be a popular water sports area. It...More
This river ran right outside of our hotel (The Double Tree in Durango Co.) The areas surrounding the River and the River itself are breathtaking. Walk along the river and picnic on the banks and take in the piney scent and fresh air that is...More
Animas River my not have the widest and most dangerous white water rafting, but it is perfect for most of the family. When floating take in all of the natural beauty and listen as nature sings her sweet song to you.