Dolores, Co. has culture as alive today as it was 1,400 years ago when the Ancestral Puebloans lived there.
Dolores is a recreational draw, thanks in part to the nearby boating and fishing paradise of McPhee Lake, Colorado's second largest body of water. The San Juan National Forest also provides excellent opportunities for hiking, mountain biking and fly-fishing.
Dolores was a major railroad town along the Rio Grande Southern route between Durango and Ridgway. Today visitors can tour an exact replica of the original train depot on Railroad Avenue, now the Rio Grande Southern Railroad Museum.
Region: Southwest Regional Information
Proximity to other towns: Located 317 miles from Pueblo, 10.3 miles from Cortez, 16.7 miles from Mancos, 24.4 miles from Towaoc, 34.5 miles from Dove Creek
Elevation: 6936 feet
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