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Avon Room #9: Private Queen, Dorm baths
THE AVON -- Adventure Hotel ...or more specifically: A historic hotel/hostel with a movie theater, deck, and beer garden. Recently rehabilitated and brought back to life with the stated purpose of providing a home base for the majestic San Juan Mountains. Travelers, adventurers, outdoor-enthusiasts, musicians, artists, and dogs welcome. A unique and memorable experience in a unique and memorable town. You won’t want to leave this charming, one-of-a-kind place.
$100 per night
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San Juan Sanctuary -- Life Elevated
San Juan Sanctuary - A new point of view -- Life elevated. With 360° mountain views and an open airy floor plan, the outdoors seeps inside. 3 bedroom, 3 bath with plenty of additional sleeping space. Located on a quiet street right off the central part of Silverton, off the OHV route and walking distance to everything the town has to offer. We invite you to make yourself at home and awake to a different world in the San Juan Sanctuary.
$147 per night
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The Silverton Lodge: Bear Mountain Suite
The Silverton Lodge offers luxurious suites that are historically fitting of the Silverton mining town era. Users will find great delight in the interesting antique furniture and comfortable sleeping arrangements. This Suite offers 675 square feet of comfortable living space with a fully stocked kitchen, washer/dryer, one king-sized bed, one large sofa that can be slept on, a full size twin rollaway bed and comfortable antique chairs.
$115 per night

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Entire Silverton home w/ garage & ski tools!
$199 per night
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The Russian Princess Historic Home
$200 per night
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Silver Fox modern new luxury home next to ohv rd
$300 per night
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Walk to Shopping & Dining! Cozy Home Surrounded By Mountain Views - Free WiFi
$164 per night
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Empire House
$225 per night
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Cozy Downtown Guesthouse
$230 per night
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Wildflower House -- Silverton Victorian
$375 per night
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AlpLily Inn~Bright, Spacious, Historic room
$87 per night
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Best View - Ouray & Amphitheater
$150 per night
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Silverado House
$325 per night
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The San Juan House - Updated & Comfortable Home
$225 per night
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Ouray- Simple Life in the San Juan’s
$189 per night

Your guide to Silverton

All About Silverton

Nestled in a small valley surrounded by the soaring Rocky Mountains in the southwestern corner of Colorado, Silverton is a once-booming mining town that has become a hub for mountaineers and hikers, due to its location within 15 miles of seven of Colorado’s tallest mountains. You can still see reminders of its heyday in the town’s colorful brick and wood buildings, which now house small shops, cozy cafes, and mom-and-pop restaurants.

If you want to learn more about the town’s historic main industry, head over to the Old Hundred Gold Mine, where you can go 1,500 feet underground to experience what it was like to be a miner, or to the Mayflower Gold Mill to find out how the gold was processed. And if you’re here to explore Colorado’s heights, the 20-mile-long Alpine Loop Scenic Byway gives you the chance to take in the enormous mountains and glaciers while winding your way through rugged alpine canyons.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Silverton?

Located 9,000 feet above sea level in the Rocky Mountains, Silverton experiences wide springs between its summer heat and winter chill, though both are tempered by its dry alpine climate.

The beautiful summer days, with clear skies and many hours of sunshine, are ideal for hiking and mountain biking (though you’ll want to bring plenty of water to drink). Each August, the city hosts an arts festival in which local artists showcase their work alongside live music performers. The temperature is a bit cooler during the day in spring and fall, but the vibrant colors of the spring flowers and autumn leaves turn the mountainside into a sea of color. Do note: Because of the high elevation, the temperature regularly drops below freezing at night through most of the year, with the exception of the height of summer. Meanwhile, the winter is the slowest time of the year in Silverton, so this is a great time to visit if you want to avoid the crowds. Although the temperature can get quite chilly, this is the perfect opportunity to try some of the nearby winter activities or spend time exploring the many shops, restaurants, and bars.

What are the top things to do in Silverton?

Christ of the Mine Shrine

Sitting 500 feet above Silverton on the slope of Anvil Mountain, this 16-foot-tall statue of Jesus mounted on a stone pedestal has been looking down over the city for the past 60 years. A hike up to the shrine rewards hikers with fantastic views over the city of Silverton.

Alpine Loop

This famed 65-mile-long road takes you through evergreen forests, over craggy, granite cliffs, and past the summits of some of the tallest of the Rocky Mountains while it navigates through two 12,000-foot-high mountain passes. The loop is only open during the summer, and due to extremely rugged terrain, it is best explored in an all-wheel-drive vehicle.

Kendall Mountain

During the winter, this soaring mountain is home to miles of snowmobile tracks where you can snowshoe, cross-country ski, and ride fat bikes. As the snow melts, you can hike to one of the three summits to get amazing views of the surrounding mountain ranges. During the summer, it is also possible to explore the mountain via the Kendall Mountain Road.

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