Pagosa Springs, Colorado is surrounded by over 3 million acres of national forest and wilderness areas. You’ll find yourself in the center of nature’s playground in Pagosa Springs. With the San Juan Mountains and a variety of Colorado outdoor activities at your doorstep, along with hot springs, charming shops, historic sites, and an assortment of artisans, you'll find plenty to do in Pagosa Springs.
The Pagosa Springs area is home to a variety of art galleries, live theatres, museums, and cultural activities. You can explore ancient civilizations, our Western heritage and deep history, and amazing artisans throughout the year.
Pagosa Springs offers opportunities for hiking, fishing, all forms of skiing, hunting, four wheel drives, snowmobiling, and numerous scenic drives.
This is just stunning what this man can do with a parachute. Penny, remind Ray what falling from the sky feels like!The post Parachute Tricks, Don’t even think about it Ray! appeared first on Pagosa Springs Journal.
Information Specialists (TIS) Training April 11, 2015 Anasazi Heritage Center 8:30 am-Noon, Afternoon Training at Sand Canyon-1-3pm San Juan Mountains Association in partnership with Canyons of the Ancients National Monument (CANM) is recruiting volunteer Trail Information Specialists for Sand Canyon located in Cortez, Colorado. Volunteers will be trained in interacting with the public that […]The post Canyons of the Ancients Information Specialists appeared first on Pagosa Springs Journal.
FireWise Offers Chipper Rental Rebate Program FireWise of Southwest Colorado is offering a Chipper Rental Rebate Program for residents needing to reduce the slash from wildfire fuels mitigation on private lands. The program, which begins on April 1, 2015, is open to all property owners in Montezuma, Dolores, La Plata, San Juan and Archuleta counties. […]The post FireWise Offers Chipper Rental Rebate Program appeared first on Pagosa Springs Journal.