The Mesa Verde National Park is a major attraction and a World Heritage Site which features several ruins of settlements of the ancient Pueblo tribe. The place also consists of fabulous cliff dwellings, hiking trails and camping grounds. The Chapin Mesa Archaeological Museum which displays fine artwork is also located here.
Entertainment for all ages is the unusual canopy tour ride called the Soaring Tree Top Adventures. ... More Visitors get to climb harnesses and ride atop cable cars through lush forests. The Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory is also a delightful place where almost 300 types of chocolate candies are manufactured. The Snowdown Festival is an annual event which consists of brilliant fireworks and musical parades.
Blessed with an ideal, mild climate in all the four seasons, Durango has moderate winters and warm, sunny summers. Spring brings in the rains and lush vegetation while fall is cool and dry creating favourable conditions for outdoor activities.
Founded in 1880, ... More Durango was recognised as a Mexican state in 1825 and its rail system paved the ways for its development. Once limited to agriculture and mining, the economy of Durango now also includes textiles, wood, mining and electronics.
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Mesa Verde National Park is located in Montezuma County in south-western Colorado, USA. The park, which means ‘green table’ in Spanish, gets its name because of the dominance of...