Trimble Crossing


Situated along the alluring red rocks of the north Animas Valley in Durango, Colorado, this 64-home master planned community is the ideal location for convenience, luxury, and a lock-and-leave lifestyle. The Trimble Crossing neighborhood is just off HWY 550 and is surrounded by beauty, featuring multiple ponds with water features, extensive landscaping and the views of the towering mineral rich red rocks on both sides of the valley. All landscaping and maintenance, winter snowplowing – all the way up to your doors, building maintenance, insurance, and trash, are a part of the amenities of this thriving community, (HOA is $315.00/month).

To make your life even simpler, you can walk to The Shops at Trimble Crossing which are right around the corner for easy access, featuring a gourmet market, wine & spirits store and fully equipped hardware, with further plans for restaurants and offices. Trimble Crossing is also adjacent to the semi-private Dalton Ranch Golf Course with a public restaurant serving lunch and dinner, 10 minutes to historic downtown Durango, walking distance to the Animas River, 5 minutes to the San Juan National Forest, and 20 minutes to Purgatory Ski Resort.


Durango is a town of rural mountain charm and character, and has many big city conveniences, including a state-of-the-art new hospital, fine restaurants, hotels, shopping, a four-year college, golf courses, first class fly fishing, numerous outdoor hiking and biking trails, both alpine and cross country skiing, rafting, and kayaking, with endless activities for the outdoor sports enthusiast. There are 40 national and state parks within a day’s drive. It is located 6,512 ft. above sea level, surrounded by scenic mountain views, and over 300 days of sunshine each year.

Comfortable summer temperatures reach the upper 80s, while the autumn days are clear, cool and full of vibrant foliage colors. The crisp and sunny winter days often feature abundant, light powdery snow.

The La Plata County area that includes Durango and Bayfield has a population of 53,000. La Plata County Airport runs daily commercial air service to Denver, Dallas, and Phoenix, and includes facilities for full service general aviation. The property is 100 miles from Telluride, 170 miles from Grand Junction, 200 miles from Albuquerque and Santa Fe, about 300 miles from Denver and Colorado Springs, and 450 miles from Phoenix.