D&SNGRR Announces Fares, Service Classes, and Schedule for Cascade Canyon Fall and Winter Excursions
Historic 139-Year-Old Southwestern Colorado Railroad Returns to Operating Standard- and First-Class Round-Trip Excursions Out of Its Historic Depot in Downtown Durango
By: Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad
Beginning Fri., Nov. 20, and continuing through Sunday, Jan. 3, the D&SNGRR will operate one round trip per day to Cascade Canyon on select Fridays and every Saturday and Sunday, and every day during the weeks of Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day. The train is closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Days. All excursions depart from and return to the railroad's iconic depot in historic downtown Durango. In addition, passengers will once again be able to choose from different classes of service and passenger coaches, including the railroad's highly-popular, first-class Cinco Animas and glass-enclosed Knight Sky cars. Guests can also ride in the deluxe San Juan coach featuring sparse seating and added interior room.
The D&SNGRR's dates of operation are Nov. 20-25 and 27-29; Dec. 5-6, 12-13, 18-24, and 26-31; and Jan. 1-3, 2021. All excursions depart at 9:30 a.m. and return at 2:30 p.m., and have limited passenger capacity.
Normal standard-class fares are $69.00 per person for adults and $42.00 per person for children under the age of 12. First-class fares are $119.00 per person for adults. Knight Sky ticket prices are $119.00 per person for both adults and children. Deluxe coach fares are $89.00 per person for adults and $69.00 per person for children. All fares are subject to an eight-percent historical preservation fee.
From Nov. 20-29, and Dec. 18 through Jan. 3, peak fares are in effect. Peak standard-class fares are $74.00 per person for adults and $47.00 per person for children. Peak first-class fares are $124.00 per person for adults. San Juan peak fares are $99.00 per person. Peak Knight Sky ticket prices are $124.00 per person. All fares are subject to an eight-percent historical preservation fee.
The D&SNGRR remains committed to ensuring the health and well-being of its guests, employees, vendors, and business partners, and it fully supports all local, state and federal government health regulatory agencies overseeing COVID-19 restrictions and hygiene protocols.
Keith R. Pillow