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I was able to ford the Animas at Noname Creek at 7:30 am with a 40+ lb backpack without a lot of difficulty using trekking poles. Thank you Río de las Ánimas de Perdidas for not being to high to wade! It saved me a...More
We spent about four hours fishing in the river around Cundiff Park area. The river flow is ideal for those that want to wade and fish. This is a section of the river that is a Gold Medal Water. We were able to catch a...More
Having a full-blooded river tun through your city is an amazing and wonderful thing. No matter if you are a photographer, hiker, kayaker, rafter, or angler, the Animas is just the river for you. There are numerous free access points, tube rentals, raftimg tours, and...More
Apparently there is a custom of swimmers on the shore of the river "mooning" the train as it returns to Durango, and we got the full view on our way back! This is a beautiful river to view as well as to swim in and...More
While I do not know for sure if there are vacation homes available I highly suspect it. The area is filled with a great deal of natural beauty that certainly would attract folks to offer a vacation home paradise.
Response from Suzette1421 | Reviewed this property |
When the river is really running, there is one rapid that is a class IV - V. We have rafted with children as young as six and my parents who are in their 70s. Never any problem and we have always had a fantastic time!