Located in the San Juan Mountains in southwest Colorado, Pagosa Springs is surrounded by three million acres of wilderness and national forest areas. Home to the world’s deepest geothermal aquifer, the Great Pagosa Hot Springs was discovered hundreds of years ago by the Southern Ute Indians, and was respected for its rejuvenating and healing qualities. Today, Pagosa Springs features abundant outdoor adventure with 650 miles of trails, the most snow in Colorado in the winter months and nearby Chimney Rock National Monument. Pagosa Springs provides visitors the opportunity to enjoy the water, fish, hike, raft and bike without ever leaving town.
Pagosa Style: Refreshingly Authentic
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