The 2012 San Juan River Music Festival will be held at Town Park in Pagosa Springs, CO July 14-15, 2012.
This year’s headliners areThe New Riders of the Purple Sage. This year’s festival will be a two-day event that promises to bring great music, food and fun.
Tickets: $25/per day or $40/both days, and can be purchased at the Pagosa Springs Chamber of Commerce or online (click on the REGISTER button to order). Children 12 and under are FREE. For more information, to receive updates, and follow this event, please visit San Juan River Music Festival page. We look forward to seeing you have fun at this year’s festival!
Town Park – Downtown Pagosa Springs
The premier racing event of Pagosa, in the pristine San Juan Mountains. Get the ultimate Pagosa Duathlon experience with epic single-track for the trail enthusiasts. The Full Duathlon is a 6-mile run, 12-mile mountain bike ride and the Half Duathlon is a 3-mile run, 7-mile bike. You can ‘du’ either race as a two-member team or take them on solo. For our young athletes, we have the Mini-Du with a 1 mile run, 2 mile ride. All participants receive an official race t-shirt and post-race goodies. Special awards for the top 3 finishers.
Course Information: Race routes integrate some beginner, but mostly intermediate levels of single-track trails, dirt and gravel roads. Bike route is self-supported. The venue of the San Juan National Forest is backcountry racing at its best. Athletes trek through aspen groves, grassy fields, and old logging roads. The courses are sure to test your endurance, speed and ability. For registration forms, race information, and course maps, visit www.ACVAP.org/duathlon.html.
From Highway 160 turn onto Piedra Road (CR 600) – follow Piedra Road for 6.3 miles. Turn left (just past cattle guard) onto FS Road 629/Turkey Springs Road. Continue on FS Road 629 for 2.1 miles until reaching Monument Park Road. This junction is the start and finish line, staging and registration area.
This program consists of educational presentations, lectures, discussions and talks that focus on Chimney Rock Archaeological Area. Participants will also enjoy Native American flute melodies by Charles Martinez. The program will be held from 4:30 to 6:30 pm and is free of charge with attendance limited to 25 guests. The program will be held in the upper parking area and will provide an experience for those who do not choose to do the hiking tour due to physical limitations or time constraints, or for anyone who wants to learn more about Chimney Rock. Guests for this event will arrive at 4:30, drive to the upper parking area, which is paved and has restrooms. There is some seating available, but guests are able to bring chairs. The program will end by 6:30. Because space is limited, reservations are recommended by calling the Visitor Cabin at 970-883-5359 from 9 to 4:30pm daily. Though this program is free of charge, donations are greatly appreciated.
17 miles west of Pagosa Springs on HWY 160 then 3 miles south on HWY 151