Pagosa Springs is a town in southwest Colorado known for its hot springs. It’s surrounded by the rugged San Juan Mountains and vast areas of national forest.
The San Juan River, with its abundant trout, runs through town.
To the northeast, Wolf Creek Ski Area offers downhill runs and cross-country trails. Southwest, Chimney Rock National Monument features the ruins of ancient Ancestral Puebloan dwellings.
Well, it’s about 300 miles southwest of Denver and about 200 miles northwest of Albuquerque and about 60 miles east of Durango. That puts it smack in the middle of paradise, mountain style. Our focal point is located in the Colorado Sunbelt, in the upper San Juan Basin, surrounded by 3 million angelic acres of National Forest.
Located at the junction of U.S. Highways 160 and 84, Pagosa Springs is within easy driving distance of several major cities, and too close to none:
Base: 10,300 ft (3,100 m)
Summit: 11,904 ft (3,628 m)
Vertical Rise: 1,604 ft (489 m)
Skiable Area: 1,600 acres (6.5 km2)
Trails: 77 total (20% beginner, 35% intermediate, 45% advanced/expert)
Longest Run: Navajo Trail – 2 miles (3.2 km)
Average Annual Snowfall: 480 in (1,200 cm)
1 quad chairlift
1 quad detachable chairlift
2 triple chairlifts
1 double chairlift
1 platter lift
Gorgeous cabin w/ private hot tub & entertainment – close to lake & ski!
$137 per night! -No Kidding –
Property1:Gorgeous cabin w/ private hot tub & entertainment – close to lake & ski!
Condo 2178 sq. ft.
Bedrooms: 3 $101 per night
Min Stay: 2–6 nights
Cozy cabin near Golfing, Rec Center, Shopping, Dining & Skiing
$112 Per Night
This gives destination truly gives the term “Hidden Treasure” true meaning!