You'll love this tiny roomy cabin located in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, United States. Offering free WiFi and river views, this tiny cabin is just one mile from Pagosa Springs, with 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom, this holiday home comes with a flat-screen TV with cable channels and a DVD player. The holiday home also provides guests with a well-equipped kitchen with a microwave, a fridge, and an oven, as well as a hairdryer. Wolf Creek Ski Resort is 19 miles from the holiday home. The nearest airport is Durango-La Plata County Airport, 40 miles from the cabin and one mile to Pagosa Springs.
Summertime in Pagosa Springs teems with endless blue skies and opportunities to enjoy Colorado outdoors. Surrounded by 2.5 million acres of wilderness and national forest areas, Pagosa has more than 650 miles of trails, waterfall hikes, world-class fishing, hot springs, and more. The following are some of the activities in and around the town to enjoy during your stay.
Travel to the top of the Continental Divide on Wolf Creek Pass, a steep and winding road between Pagosa Springs and South Fork. This snaky, but paved and well-maintained road will take you to Treasure Falls. You'll view the 100-foot waterfall from the highway and then head past the iconic West Fork Valley Overlook to Wolf Creek Pass’ summit, where you’ll be on top of the Continental Divide. At the top of Wolf Creek Pass, motorists can gain the ultimate view from the top at Lobo Overlook. Another side trip and beautifully scenic drive, via Park Creek Road off Highway 160, leads to Summitville, a historic mining site in the heart of the San Juan Mountains.
Fishing, right downtown. Anglers have caught trout weighing more than 10 pounds on downtown Pagosa Springs’ stretch of the San Juan River, which is stocked with fish multiple times each summer. For a jaw-dropping mountain backdrop and excellent kokanee salmon and trout fishing, make the trip north up Piedra Road to Williams Creek Reservoir.
Capture aerial views of the San Juan Mountains and the area's gorgeous canyons and valleys on a hot air balloon ride. During Rocky Mountain Balloon Adventures excursions, riders participate in the set-up and inflation of the balloon, learn the history of ballooning and end the trip with a champagne celebration. To see dozens of prismatic balloons float above the city, check out the annual ColorFest Weekend in September.
Soak in 30 different mineral-rich pools in one of three hot springs facilities. There are three options in the area to include The Springs Resort and Spa, Healing Waters Resort and Spa, and Overlook Hot Springs Spa, so you’ve got some choices to make when it comes to good relaxation.
Explore the history of the ancestral Puebloans. Take a guided tour of Chimney Rock National Monument, a site that was used as a celestial observatory and seasonal calendar for the Ancestral Puebloans more than 1,000 years ago. Chimney Rock holds spiritual significance to many tribes, where the Ancestral Puebloans built more than 200 homes and ceremonial buildings high above the valley floor, with a few of the sites explored during the tours.
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