Commercial property for sale Ouray co
The “Switzerland of America” boasts incredible box canyon views, a cozy wintertime feel, and a seemingly endless list of outdoor activities.
Owning a business in Ouray may be one of the most pleasant ways to make a living one could ever find. The small town atmosphere the friendly business owners and residents along with a steady flow of happy tourist year round make for an idilicic lifestyle. The spectacular views from every corner of Ouray makes just going to work a wonderful pleasure. 20 minutes to Ridgway Colorado. 35 minutes to the full service town of Montrose complete with an airport with flights that can take you quickly and Easly to any destination on the plant and about an hours drive to Telluride and its world class skiing, golfing, riding, hiking, and biking. Call T.R.I. (970) 728-3205 now and begin the life you always dreamed of
Touch the Mountains
Ouray’s mountains are right at your front door, so if you crave adventures that take you away from the pavement, here are some unique ways to fill your days in the Outdoor Recreation Capital of Colorado. All of these adventures are family-friendly, so don’t forget to bring the kids along! Regardless of what your adventures might be, at the end of each day Ouray’s charming and historic downtown will be waiting for you with delicious food, delightful shopping and a relaxing soak in our sulfur-free hot springs. Stay a few days and explore everything the San Juan Mountains have in store for you.
Because life is more than work here are a few ideas to get a little balance in your life.
Soak in the Views: Nothing beats a hot springs soak to start or end a day of adventures. We invite you to experience the Ouray Hot Springs Pool with beautiful views of Mt. Abram, the Sandias and the Amphitheater. While you’re here, explore all five of our and private Ouray County hot springs. If you need even more heat, extend your Colorado stay, and travel the Colorado Historic Hot Springs Loop.
Break out your trail shoes & camera: If you’re looking a great fall color hike (and you’ve already ticked-off the must-do Ouray Perimeter Trail) try out the gentle Mears Trail near the historic Ironton Townside and Crystal Lake just 7 miles south of Ouray. Don’t forget to take lots of pictures and learn how we Leave No Trace in Colorado so that we can preserve the beautiful landscape and historical buildings for generations to come.
Crag Hop in Town: While Ouray is probably best known for its ice climbing, the mountains surrounding Ouray are home to some incredible alpine mountaineering and rock climbing routes, with many of them right in town! Fall is a perfect time to bask in the warm sunshine in town. Try sport climbing at Rotary Park, in the Sandias or on the Pool Wall and challenge yourself on multi-pitch climbs in the Uncompahgre Gorge. There are areas for beginners and families and an ever growing number of high quality routes for more advanced climbers. Be sure to check in with one of our local guide services or take a bouldering break at Basecamp Ouray in town to learn the basics safely. Always wear a helmet, and check out our bookstore and outdoor shop for the latest edition of local guidebooks. (Don’t forget to come back in winter, when the Ouray Ice Park offers endless blue ice to climb.)
At the end of each day, come home to Ouray for delicious food, craft beer, spirits, coffee and chocolates, delightful shopping and, of course, relaxing soak. Stay a few days and explore everything the San Juan Mountains have in store for you!
Bonus: Live like a local
Ouray County may just hold the title for most craft brewers per capita in Colorado, and it’s a distinction we’ll gladly claim. With 3 breweries, 2 distilleries, 3 coffee roasters and 2 chocolatiers to our 4,500 locals, we definitely like our craft beverages and sweets!
Ouray has been a special destination of world travelers for more than 100 years. This small intimate community is nestled in some of the most rugged and towering peaks of the Rockies. Set at the narrow head of a valley at 7,792 feet and surrounded on three sides with 13,000 foot snowcapped peaks – Ouray is home to hundreds of miles of historic hiking trails and Jeep roads, sulfur-free hot springs with stunning views and the world-famous Ouray Ice Park.
Remarkably, two-thirds of Ouray’s original Victorian structures, are still occupied, and have been lovingly restored in order to preserve their turn-of-the-century charm.
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