: Durango Colorado
: Wolf Creek
: Pagosa Lakes
Pagosa Springs, Southwest, Colorado, USA (Lake Hatcher area, backs to National Forest) - Located approximately 6 miles north of the small quaint mountain community of Pagosa Springs… Pagosah Indian word meaning “Healing Waters” they believe the rich hot spring minerals could heal anything and sure you will agree. Pagosa Springs is surrounded by the San Juan National Forest on 3 sides with the Ute Indian lands to the south leaving a playground of outdoor activities all around. Nearby attractions include Wolf Creek Ski resort (most recorded snowfall in Colorado), Chimney Rock (home to ancient Anasazi Ruins), the Old Mining town of Creede (famous Respitory Theater) and the beautiful Navajo Lake (for windsurfing, water ski and sail). Pagosa Springs is 60 miles from Durango, 200 from Albuquerque NM and 90 miles from Farmington NM. These are the 3 closest airports.
Other Activities: Shopping, Kayaking, Boating, Snowboarding/mobiling, Tubing, Wildlife Viewing, Spa, Racquetball, Basketball, Horseshoes, Mini Golf, Hot Air Ballooning
Ski: Wolf Creek is a high alpine ski resort, 10,300 feet at the base and 11,900 feet at the summit. You are in for a treat at one of Colorado’s oldest and finest ski resorts. Their trademark is friendly employees and abundant, light powder snow. They boost about having the most recorded snowfall in Colorado. Wolf Creek closed the year with a 100? midway base and a year to date snowfall total of 432?! A snow report is taped daily. call 1-800-SKI-WOLF begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 1-800-SKI-WOLF