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Durango Jeep Rentals

If you are looking to have the time of your life, Colorado is the best state to do it. This is because Colorado has peaks and forests, as well as beautiful locations in the Rocky Mountains. The roads throughout Colorado are rocky and typically require a 4 wheel drive vehicle. The best way to experience all of this is Durango Jeep Rentals. Climb up to 16,000 feet, and have the time of your life in beautiful Colorado. These are the best Durango Jeep Trails. 

La Plata Canyon

Named as a direct translation of “The Silver Canyon” this is a gorgeous canyon that brings you to the top of the La Plata Mountain Range. Here you can see beautiful views, including cascading waterfalls and aspen trees. The best time to visit is in the late spring and early summer when this canyon is covered with wildflowers. This is a must visit when it comes to driving trails in a Jeep Durango.

Animas Forks

When driving this road you can see the mining remnants/ It is known for the three forks in the river that converge at this point. When you begin this drive you start at the Continental Divide and can see some of the most beautiful flora in the state. 

Ophir Pass Road

Known as the easiest, but the highest road in the Southwest is the Ophir Pass. After about 5 miles after Red Mountain Pass, you can find this road. It is 10 miles long and takes you into the small town of Ophir. The top elevation is 11,789 feet, and it rests between Lookout Peak and South Lookout Peak. With beautiful views and a bit less dangerous than other roads, this is a great option for beginners and advanced drivers alike.

Stony Pass

Start by going 62 miles into the backcountry between Creede and Silverton. It is extremely long and offers the option to get out and hike, check out a lake, or look at mining sites. This road is one of the longest uninterrupted climbs in the state, which provides the opportunity to go into the wilderness and learn about history as well.

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