I haven't had a chance to visit some of the more notable bouldering destinations in Colorado, but Durango has made an impression on me. There is not a lot of published material on Durango, so that is why it may go unnoticed by most. Just recently, a guide book for the route climbing around Durango was published, "Durango Sandstone", but a bouldering guide book is still in the works. I was lucky enough to meet Ian, an employee at Pine Needle Mountaineering, who is working on putting together an extensive bouldering guide for the most popular areas. He was kind enough to draw me an overview map of the "Sailing Hawks" bouldering area and point out boulder problems of interest. There are highballs, overhangs, long traverses, and just about everything in between, all located in a beautiful setting. Given the climbing in Durango and other high quality areas near by (Riffle, Black Canyon, Moab), Durango could be a potential place to settle down.
Like orangutans, some of the Durango locals dub themselves as "Durangutans."
Skully var. on the left - V7, Skully on the right V6