This cabin is 6 miles east of Pagosa Springs on Highway 160 in the San Juan River Resort, mountain side. It has some views through the trees, easy access to the highway, and 18 minutes to Wolf Creek Ski Area. The San Juan River Resort is surrounded by 3 million acres of National Forest.
It is completely furnished with stack-able washer/dryer, stove, oven. microwave, and most of your small appliances. It has a gas log fireplace in the living area, with Satellite TV, VCR, C.D. player with speakers located in the bedrooms, deck and garage and lots of games in the second bedroom.
The Master bedroom has a king bed and a queen sofa sleeper with full bath, second bedroom has a king bed, the loft has a double bed. The second bathroom is located downstairs.
It has a large deck with bird feeders that attract many different birds, including Humming Birds.
Pagosa Springs area: Wolf Creek Ski Area is noted for having the most snow in Colorado and some of the best powder skiing and snowboarding. Ski, snowboard or snowmobile all day, soak sore muscles away in the Springs and then dine in one of our gourmet restaurants in the evening. Summertime offers a different menu of recreational choices as listed above, as well as camping, swimming, bicycling, mountain biking, outdoor dining, art & craft fairs, the Red Ryder Rodeo and Roundup, hot air balloon Colorfest, parades and music & art festivals, to name a few. The climate is “high and dry”...Summertime brings warm, balmy days and crisp cool nights, while the winter treats us to sparking snow and invigorating fresh, clear air. Close by Pagosa Springs are the ancient Chacoan ruins of Chimney Rock, Navajo Lake for boating and water skiing, the town of Durango and the legendary Durango to Silverton Railroad. You might say there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
We live in Lincoln, Nebraska. I am a retired school counselor and my wife is a retired SPED Coordinator. We have three children and five grandchildren.
We were looking for a property in Colorado. We fell in love the Pagosa area! It has more of a small town feel with some good restaurants and lots to do.
The development we are in is quiet and has a isolated feel to it. Wolf Creek is great for skiing and in the summer the San Juan river is nice for fishing and rafting. Hiking is great all around!
Pagosa Springs is blessed with a pristine environment, unparalleled natural beauty and an abundance of recreational opportunities. It’s like an island on the San Juan River, surrounded by the spectacular mountain peaks and millions of acres of wilderness of the San Juan National Forest. The Pagosa Hot Springs are the deepest and hottest known geothermal pools in the world. Wolf Creek ski area gets the most snow of any ski area in Colorado--averaging 485 inches a year.
The natural environment offers a multitude of local recreational activities: hiking, backpacking, river rafting and kayaking, skiing and snowboarding, snowmobiling, hunting, a 27 hole golf course, hot air ballooning, horseback riding and pack trips, as well as some of the best fly fishing in the Rockies...and more!
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