Pagosa Springs Colorado

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With 300+ days of sunshine per year, Pagosa Springs Colorado is surrounded by millions of acres of National Forest and Wilderness – and offers year-round recreational opportunities for visitors of all ages.

Visitors from around the world travel to Pagosa Springs to relax in the world famous mineral-rich Pagosa Hot Springs, known for their therapeutic qualities, while our many rivers, lakes and reservoirs offer anglers a wide choice of quality fishing in and around Pagosa Springs. Click to read about additional information on our waters and fishing licenses and supplies. Other water sports include whitewater rafting, boating and floating on nearby Navajo Lake, the San Juan River, the Piedra River and our many lakes and streams.

With more than 3 million acres of unspoiled trails in the San National Juan Forest, there are more than enough opportunities to enjoy Hiking, Mountain Biking and Climbing in and around Pagosa Springs. Pagosa Springs also offers a series of trail running, rafting and biking races throughout the year.

Visitors will also enjoy 27-holes of championship golf, while history lovers will discover the mystique of the Southwest Native American culture at Chimney Rock Archaeological Area

Winter activities abound in Pagosa Springs, from skiing and snowboarding at nearby family friendly Wolf Creek Ski Area, known for “The Most Snow In Colorado,” to cross country skiing, snow shoeing and snowmobiling. And there is no shortage of deep blue winter skies.

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