OTHER CITIES NEAR THIS AREA: Alma, Aspen, Avon, Bachelor Gulch, Bailey, Basalt, Beaver Creek, Beulah, Black Hawk, Boulder, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Pagosa Springs, Steamboat Springs, Winter Park/Fraser
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Pagosa Springs Vacation Rentals Area InformationMore than just a picturesque destination, the town of Pagosa Springs is situated in Archuleta County, Colorado. Located amidst the San Juan forest area and Indian land, the serene, panoramic mountains upon first view of the city capture the heart of every vacationer. “Healing waters”, as the word Pagosa means, envelopes soaring mountains, ragged cliffs, wilderness, beautiful hot-springs and rivers, shrouded by greenery and alpine landscape.
Surrounded by three million acres of forest, this town is famous for its largest and natural hot springs which has therapeutic powers, supposed to cure ailments and provide the body with minerals. The hot springs in Pagosa complement the year-round recreational activities like skiing, fishing, rafting and hiking happening in the area. Downhill and cross-country skiing in the Wolf Creek ski area, hunting in the San Juan forest basin have gained popularity in the recent years.
Truly called the Colorado dream, Pagosa Springs is one of the most beautiful places on the earth, quiet and tranquil. The soothing springs contribute to the name; indoor and outdoor spring baths are available in the town. The Weminuche Wilderness, the largest contiguous stretch of forest area in the nation, and its strategic location in the Continental Divide makes Pagosa’s climate a mild treat.
The La Plata County Airport, being the closest airport terminal, connects commercial flights to Pagosa Springs, while getting here by car is easy too, considering that it is located in the heart of South-West Colorado. For lodging, a wide variety of options – motels, lodges, hotels, bed & breakfast inns to cabins and ranches are available. Dining provides you with a variety of options from casual American to Chinese and Japanese, Italian and Mexican to fine-dining. All-American pizza places and fast-food diners are available too. Mesa Verde National Park adds spice to the ancient Indian heritage.
Western rodeos and shows, elk-hunting and fishing in the Navajo Lake, horse-back riding and golfing in the summer along with diverse snow-sport activities like skiing and snow-boarding along with snow-mobiling through the dense forests are activities that are associated with Pagosa Springs. The Chimney Rock Archaeological Area hosts a theatrical presentation of the ancient Indian culture, while renowned musicians from all over the country provide a treat to the ears along with the classical musicians from “Music in the Mountains”. A train ride through history is provided by Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad.
Excellent lifestyles, good schools, open space and fresh air along with a great degree of self-sufficiency projected by this small town are the factors to be considered, if you are looking to retire and move to a town.