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We weren't sure about spending a week of summer vacation at a Dude Ranch... away from the beach and our type of "vacation and relaxation." But we couldn't have been more surprised and pleased. It was the best vacation our family of four has ever...More
We visited Majestic with over 40 family members. We had people from 4 months to late 60s. Everyone had a fabulous time. The staff were uniformly wonderful and friendly. They went out of their way to engage and encourage participation. The Majestic Event and Human...More
I can't think of one negative thing to say about this ranch and the staff.......we held our 3rd family reunion here and what can I say everything and everyone was amazing from the time we arrived to the time we left ...... the food was...More
Our eleven member family, ages 5 to 72, spent a delightful week here in late June. From the time Robert, the Owner picked us up in Durango until he delivered us to the airport after our wonderful week, we all were happy, agreeing it was...More
My wife and I took two of our grandchildren to the Majestic for a family adventure vacation. The total experience was amazing. This was by far the best Dude Ranch vacation that we have taken. Robert, Jamie, and the entire staff were always willing to...More
A family-owned and oriented Colorado guest ranch nestled high in the pristine wilderness of the San Juan Mountains and just 35 minutes from Durango, CO. A week-long, all-inclusive Colorado dude ranch vacation provides families with a lifetime of memories, whether that means long rides on a mountain trail, guided mountain bike tours, hikes in the neighboring national forest, catching a rainbow trout along the banks of a cool stream, lake or river, or just relaxing by the fire with friends.
I'm so jealous. I would pack a small umbrella (it rained while we were there) and probably some warmer clothes for layering. We enjoyed every single activity! All the rides, hikes... we did not get to go fly fishing the... More
I'm so jealous. I would pack a small umbrella (it rained while we were there) and probably some warmer clothes for layering. We enjoyed every single activity! All the rides, hikes... we did not get to go fly fishing the last day which was a pity. Robert and his team literally will bend over backwards to find you the right hike, ride... for your level.
my wife and i like wine, not fine wine, but decent wine. we could not find any in Mancos. I suggest if you're going through Durango that you stop at a liquor store there and stock up.
Also, ask Robert for one of the renovated rooms if you can. They are much nicer than the ones pending renovation.
oh, i assuming you are taking hiking boots and/or riding boots and a cowboy hat. if you don't bring cowboy boots or a cowboy hat they have plenty of loaners. (I just don't like wearing other peoples foot or headger).
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"I would recommend highly their newer cabin options for larger groups of people."