Bask in the radiant sunshine of the Wild West in your own opulent private villa at Keyah Grande. This refined eight-bedroom lodge is nestled in the rugged Colorado landscape with breathtaking views as far as the eye can see. Guests can decide which of the antique furnished bedrooms to nestle in for the night, every one decorated with unique and individually selected art pieces from the owners' world travels. During the day, sample the life of the west - saddle up and enjoy guided horseback or ATV tours of the property, hike the beautiful surroundings of the estate and witness the abundant wildlife, or test your skills at the on-site professional skeet and trap facility or sporting clay field, as well as stocked ponds where you can take lessons in fly fishing. Alternately, spend your days relaxing on the flying deck suspended over the beautiful valley, or picnicking on the grounds. A short trip off the property boasts wonderful hot springs as well as many other outdoor activities.
When you are hungry from the abundance of fresh air and activates, you can barbecue up your favorite foods on the outdoor grill. Enjoy your drinks in the great room in front of the fireplace, or challenge your fellow guests to a game of billiards. Finish your days under the stars roasting marshmallows and trading stories over the African-inspired outdoor fire pit, or watch the Colorado sun sink into the western sky while soaking in the outdoor hot tubs.
Pagosa Springs is one of the most beautiful places on earth...Truly a vacation getaway or paradise to live in, Pagosa is surrounded by the largest contiguous wilderness area in the United States and the San Juan National Forest. With our small town community and more than 300 days of sunshine, Pagosa Springs is an amazing place to visit, live or explore! also enjoy a trip to the Springs Resort and Spa’s 23 pools from 44 C to 37 C degrees (child’s play) to a delightful 42 C compromise. Winter never felt so good
Nestled at an altitude of 7,000 feet, outdoor adventures abound in every season. Enjoy a trip to the Springs Resort and Spa’s 23 pools from 44 C to 37 C degrees (child’s play) to a delightful 42 C compromise. Winter never felt so good. other local activities include golf, hot air ballooning, zip lining, horseback riding, snow mobiling.
Visitors can find something exciting happening downtown throughout the four seasons. Nearby Durango is a hidden gem for spectacular outdoor and cultural festivals. Snowdown is a classic Durango winter celebration that has offered much merriment for locals and visitors alike for 27 years. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy challenges like The Iron Horse Classic, a road and mountain bike tournament scheduled each Memorial Day, or the Durango Double, a weekend of trail and road marathons back-to-back (not for the weak of heart). Cultural festivals of all sorts abound, including the bluegrass Durango Meltdown festival, the Cowboy Gathering, the Summer Jazz festival, the beer and music extravaganza Oktoberfest, the Durango Arts Festival, and the holiday Holidazzle celebration. In fact, Durango was recently voted one of the nation's top 'Christmas Towns.' Downtown Durango thrives with over 500 shops. Durango offers a multitude of unique diners, coffee houses, and boutiques.
Pagosa Springs has seen its share of 'boom times', yet it is still possible to find peace, quiet and tranquility on any given day. Come to where the views and the friendly spirit are unrivaled.