Attractions » Lodging In Cortez, CO
Here are some of the best local attractions in the region. At White Eagle Inn and Family Lodge, it’s our pleasure to assist you in the lobby with more details.
If you’re ready to learn about 700 years of history, this national park is the place to go. Explore ancient ruins in the cliff dwellings, climb to scenic mountain peaks, and find out about how civilizations lived years ago.
This is one the most unique landmarks of the Navajo Nation. Four states intersect at one point (Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Colorado) and the marker was erected in 1912. It’s very remote but you can take a hike and enjoy the scenery or camp there.
Hovenweep includes six prehistoric villages and allows you to explore a variety of structures, including towers perched on canyon rims and balanced on boulders. This breathtaking monument is a must-see.
One of the most photographed points on earth, this valley boasts sandstone masterpieces framed by scenic clouds and a desert floor. Fragile pinnacles of rock are surrounded by mesas, buttes, trees, and more.
If you’re looking for a true southwest Colorado vacation, this canyon has a ranch with rental cottages, located in Cortez. It’s a peaceful place with beautiful scenery, home to over 5000 archeological sites.
Winter is never boring when you’re visiting Telluride Ski Area, Resorts, and Gondola. The system provides free transportation between Mountain Village and Telluride. Be sure to bring your camera and be ready to enjoy summer or winter activities and fine dining at the top.
Arches National Park has several beautiful earthy red rock arches to high under and photograph. Canyonlands is nearby and has canyons and plateaus carved by two mighty rivers. Enjoy challenging 4×4 roads and whitewater rapids.