Where Relaxation and Exhilaration Meet
Pagosa Springs is a picturesque mountain community in the heart of the San Juan Mountains. As a perfect launching point to discovering the Southwest, Pagosa Springs is located near the Four Corners region where the four states of Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona meet. To that end, several national parks, such as Mesa Verde and the Great Sand Dunes are within a couple of hours of Pagosa Springs, or visit Chimney Rock National Monument just 20 minutes west of downtown. Venture outdoors into 3 million acres of National Forest surrounding Pagosa Springs, stroll along the San Juan River that flows through town, experience the “most snow in Colorado” at nearby Wolf Creek Ski Area or simply soak away your stress at our world famous Pagosa Hot Springs. The deepest natural hotsprings on Earth.
Located in the Heart of the Southwest
Pagosa Springs is located in Southwestern Colorado at the base of the Continental Divide. Nestled in the San Juan River Valley, Pagosa Springs is 3 1/2 hours from Albuquerque, 5 hours from Denver and 1 hour from Durango, Colorado. The town boasts a newly expanded airport with a 8.100 foot runway and brand new FBO facility, while nearby Durango and Albuquerque offer commercial service.
High Country Lodge is 2 1/2 miles East of downtown Pagosa Springs on Highway 160, between mile markers 147 and 148. It is the closest lodging to Wolf Creek Ski Area, just 20 miles East of the Lodge.
- Archuleta County Airport
- Archuleta County
- Pagosa Springs Chamber of Commerce
- Pagosa Springs Visitor Center
- Pagosa Springs School Information
- The Pagosa Sun Newspaper
- Pagosa Springs Journal
- Pagosa Daily Post Online