The Independent Weekly Line on Durango and Beyond
Sometimes in the throes of ski season, it’s easy to forget about Durango’s other winter sport. No, not road riding – ice hockey.
The Bluebird is about to take flight. Billing itself as the world’s first “human-powered” ski area, Bluebird Backcountry plans to fire up the, uh, climbing skins Sat., Feb. 15.
Love to rip the ’roy or carve the cord before most folks have even pulled out of town? Well, if you’re a Purg season pass holder, you’re in luck.
Some of your favorite beers may be getting a makeover. After 25 years, Ska Brewing has announced an exterior refresh to its line of canned beer, including Modus Hoperandi, Modus Mandarina, True Blonde, Rue B. Soho and Pink Vapor Stew.
The Durango Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad is about to start burning the midnight – and midday – oil.
The Emerald Mile’s record is still safe. Earlier this month, a team of rafters attempted to break the historic wooden dory’s speed record for an oar rig on the Grand Canyon.