Pagosa Springs is a small mountain community with a big heart for adventure! Surrounded by the San Juan Mountains and the Rio Grande National Forest which means locals and visitors can enjoy more than 3 million acres of surrounding national forest and wilderness.
Pagosa Springs is home to the world's deepest hot spring. Known as 'mother spring' this hot spring is 1002 feet deep and holds the Guinness World Record for the deepest geothermal hot spring acuifer. There are three hot spring resorts that utilize the mineral-rich water from mother spring.
Pagosa Springs has two districts to explore, the historic Downtown District to the east and the Uptown District to the west. Both feature unique stores that will provide hours of shopping entertainment!
With three main hot spring spas and resorts, you you can enjoy the natural hot springs found in Pagosa Springs any time of year.
Pagosa Springs claims it is a small town that is big on taste and judging from their list of restaurants, we'd have to agree! In addition to a variety of tasty dining spots, mobile food trucks are popular in this town. No matter your cuisine style, you'll feel at home eating in Pagosa Springs. Venture to the west side of town if you are in the mood to try locally brewed craft beers in Uptown!
In the summer locals hike, bike or horseback ride along scenic mountain trails that lead to majestic waterfalls and breathtaking vistas. Rafting, kayaking and tubing down the San Juan River are also popular.
Attention skiers! In the winter, Wolf Creek Ski Area gets the most snow in Colorado, averaging 450 inches of snowfall annually. With more than 1,600 acres of varied terrain - and no lift lines - Wolf Creek provides residents with great skiing all season. If you are looking to ski and experience less crowds, this may be your spot! Snowmobiling, ice-skating, snowshoeing and sleigh rides are also popular area winter activities.
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