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Pagosa Springs Colorado
Hot Springs Haven, Adventure Destination, Outdoor Paradise
Upon first impressions, Pagosa Springs may seem a lot like other Colorado small towns. Just spend a little time here, and you’ll find a welcoming community of folks who are working and playing together with a spirit of cooperation among Southwest Colorado’s beautiful San Juan Mountains.
For various reasons, people have sought Pagosa Springs’ wonders for many generations.
Hundreds of years ago, Native Americans traveled to the area we’ve come to know as Pagosa Springs, Colorado, seeking relaxation and rejuvenation in the area’s natural hot springs pools. Seeking similar sanctuary in the reputed healing waters of the hot springs, early European settlers journeyed to the area in the 1890’s.
Now world renowned, Pagosa’s natural hot springs are known for their water’s therapeutic properties sourced from the deepest geothermal springs on earth. The springs remain an integral part of the community.
The region still calls out to those who are listening. While retaining a quality of remoteness, Pagosa Springs, Colorado has plenty of amenities for modern dwellers.
Choices in grocery shopping; several local cafes, coffee shops, and restaurants; and high-speed fiber optic internet serve the community. These qualities all help facilitate its current growth phase, and serves the many people who live in and are moving to the area.
The majestic San Juan Mountains provide incredible views from any vantage point around, and surround Pagosa Springs with wilderness. Pagosa Springs is a paradise where outdoor activities abound. Hunting and fishing are favorite activities of many folks in the area.
The mountains offer summer hiking, biking, and all kinds of exploring.
While in the winter, Wolf Creek Ski Area serves up powder hounds with the most snow in Colorado, and a friendly environment with groomed trails that are great for beginners too.
There are so many ways to spend a day in Pagosa Springs. Start your day with a hot-air balloon ride, play some golf or tennis, take a swim or a soak. Maybe try rafting the San Juan River.
In the winter time, try out snowshoeing or cross-country skiing.
No matter the season there’s a high probability of sunshine, and on average temperatures are mild. You really can’t go wrong!
To this day and beyond, many more will heed the call of Pagosa Springs!
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firstname.lastname@example.org 970.264.3800 136 E. Pagosa Street, Unit 16. P.O. Box 4375 Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
We are located in the River Center between Summit Ski and Sports, and the Malt Shoppe, on the East Side of Historic Pagosa Springs, Colorado.
M-F: 8:30am – 5pm Sat: 8:30am – 5pm Sun: Closed