Pagosa Springs Area
Your Pagosa Springs area is a mountain paradise! beautiful and exciting! fun for ALL seasons!
The Majestic Year-Round Rockies
Pagosa Springs is blessed with all the spectacular beauty and activities that make Colorado one of America's most popular year-round destinations. The views of the Rockies are stunning, especially when seen from a hot air balloon. The surrounding 2-1/2 million acres of national forest teem with wildlife and adventure. In winter, there's fabulous downhill or cross country skiing as well as snowmobiling and snow boarding. Spring, summer and fall bring great golf, white water rafting, trout fishing, gentle trail rides and just being alive in one of nature's great vistas.
Get out and Explore!
Wyndham Pagosa offers specially discounted tickets for popular area attractions including:
One Time and Weekly Passes to the Springs Resort & Spa, Lift tickets for Wolf Creek Ski Area and Purgatory Mountain at Durango Mountain Resort and the Busted Spur Rodeo.
You can purchase these tickets at the Activities Desk.
Wolf Creek Ski Area
Wolf Creek gets the most snow in Colorado! Seventy-seven (77) runs from beginner to expert, with equipment rentals available, make it perfect for a whole family of ski bunnies.
Purgatory Ski Area
Purgatory near Durango, featuring "The hottest skiing in the West," is known for its sunshine, dry powder and abundant snowfall.
The San Juan National Forest and Weminuche Wilderness Area
The San Juan National Forest and Weminuche Wilderness Area offer many beautiful hiking trails.
Durango is an authentic old cowboy town now filled with arts, Native American crafts and excellent dining.
Chimney Rock Indian Ruins
The famous early Indian dwellings are located at Chimney Rock Indian Ruins just 20 miles to the west. To the south are large Apache, Navajo and Ute Indian reservations open to the public.
Durango-Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad
Catch the Durango-Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad for a memorable mountainside steam train ride through spectacular scenery.
Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad
The Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad is the finest remaining example of the original Denver and Rio Grande narrow gauge line which was built in the 1880s to serve miners and loggers. Runs from mid-May until mid-October.
Treasure Falls features a picturesque 100-foot-high mountain waterfall at the foot of Wolf Creek Pass, just a short walk from its parking area.
Hunting & Fishing
Guided hunting and fishing trips, photo excursions, and park trips are also available.