Photo by Jacque Aragon
See this beautiful Jeff Laydon photo of the northern mountains as seen from Yamaguche Park in expanded format here.
Click here for hiking trails.
Pagosa Springs Town Tourism Committee
402 San Juan St. P.O. Box 1859 Pagosa Springs, Colorado 81147 | 800-252-2204
The leaves are changing in Pagosa Country!
Fall has arrived in Pagosa Springs! The days are still warm, the nights are chilly, and the leaves are quickly changing. We have a variety of area activities and events to keep you entertained. Make Pagosa Springs your destination for a Colorado fall getaway. Start planning your vacation today!
A great thing about Pagosa Country is that it is bordered by the Continental Divide 180 degrees on the south, east and north sides. One can see most of the mountain slopes from town or nearby. Find a spot with this view and use a U.S. Forest Service Map to decide a road or trail to explore.
An example is this view south from Hwy 84. The entire slope is colorful and there are roads, jeep trails and wilderness trails passing through those forests. Buckles Lake Road, feature below, is an access route on the south and Blanco Road on the north. Blue Creek Jeep trail connects these roads.