PAGOSA SPRINGS, COLORADO

The world's deepest geothermal hot spring, the mineral-rich water continues to be celebrated for its healing powers. The Ute Indians called the sulfur-rich mineral springs Pah gosah, which is commonly translated in modern documents as "healing waters"; a Ute elder once translated the phrase as "water (pah) that has a bad smell (gosah)." ...

The splendor of Pagosa Springs, CO is hard to describe. The sun plays tricks on the mountains making them seem new each day. Photos don’t scratch the surface of the beauty you see viewing a waterfall or a field of horses. Lucky for us, July......

Pagosa Springs had one of the warmest days in a while. High 50s. Bluebonnet and I headed to town to get some beer and ice. We also took a walk around the hot springs. The whole town was super charged by the lovely day. ...

My heart belongs to Pagosa Springs. It has for a long time. Lots of my family and friends have been here and continue to come back. As summer approaches and people are being vaccinated, I expect to see many of them. While you can find a lot of info about restaurants, activities and hot springs at Visit Pagosa, I’m giving my recommendations below. ...

I can't remember exactly what led me to paint my first rock. I might have seen people on social media finding rocks others had left. Covid hit, some people went into lockdown. We did. I knew it would eventually be over and people would show back up to the RV Park. With souvenir shops closed, I decided to leave something fun so visitors could remember the beauty of Pagosa/The Last Resort and smile in uncertain times. I also needed a pleasant distraction from the pandemic. ...

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Pagosa Springs & Vallecito, Co
Summer 2016
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