Pursuits Beyond the Mountain Medicine Symposium

Once You’re Here…

Silverton is recognized as one of Colorado’s last, undeveloped, mountain towns and as such is home to a wealth of outdoor pursuits which embrace its rugged, alpine setting.

Below you’ll find contact info for local guide companies, equipment outfitters, and organizations that can open the door to adventure in the wilds around Silverton during your stay.

Guided Tours and Outdoor Adventure Companies

Colorado Outback Adventures

1212 CR 3, Durango  •  970.903.1923   https://www.coloradooutbackadventures.com/

Colorado Outback Adventures offers outdoor adventure tours and off-road rentals in the Durango area, featuring white water rafting, Jeep tours, UTV tours, and much more.

Mountain Trip

135 W Colorado Ave, Telluride •  970.369.1153   https://mountaintrip.com/

A San Juan-based resource for providing climbers with experienced climbing guides on their way to rock & ice climbing, ski touring, via ferrata, alpine trekking, as well as expeditions.

More to come…

San Juan Expeditions

1303 Greene St, Silverton   •  970.460.6065   https://sanjuanexpeditions.com/

San Juan Expeditions is a year-round guide service that offers our clients jaw-dropping climbing and trekking opportunities in the summer while our guided skiing, ice climbing, and avalanche education keep our guests busy in the winter. Offering programs to match any experience level, from novice to expert, we look forward to having our AMGA educated & certified guides foster an unforgettable experience for you.


Additional Pursuits and Activities

Silverton has other options for those wanting to spend a little more money, travel a little farther, or just take the path less travelled.

Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad

479 Main Ave, Durango  •  877-872-4607  • https://www.durangotrain.com/

DSNG offers scenic train excursions throughout the entire year as well as exciting events, including themed train rides featuring music, craft beer, wine and holiday rides.

More to come…


Sponsors of Silverton Mountain Medicine Symposium