Wonderful spot to hike, commune with nature and enjoy the scenery. Not too strenuous. Spectacular scenery.
This is our favorite trail to take visitors for a hike because you can go to the end or stop anywhere along the way and still enjoy majestic views -- the Piedra River, high cliffs and impressive canyons. (You are hiking at 8,000 feet, so the altitude can be an issue for some visitors from sea-level.) The trail is easy,... More
You can park right in the middle of downtown and pick up this trail opposite the Hot Springs hotel. Steam gushes out of the ground and little pools along the way! There are a couple of interesting wood sculptures as well as some pretty scenery and it's worth stopping for a short visit.
This trail has an easy to find trailhead. The trail looks bland for the first several hundred yards before it goes down into a box canyon and the trail runs along the river. An easy hile and one that the kids will enjoy. There are spots to play in the water or to just enjoy nature.
My wife and I had fun hiking this trail, even in the rain. The trail wanders along cliffs then down through some canyons along the river. It's not very strenuous and was really peaceful walking along the river. I highly recommend this to anyone out for an adventure.
Had an excellent time wandering along this trail. The river and canyons are extraordinary. My wife and I really enjoyed how peaceful it was. It's not that far from Pagosa Springs so well worth the trip. We didn't find it strenuous at all even in the rain.
Worth the drive on the dirt road to get to this place. Nice picnic area nearby (with toilet paper!). Saw wildlife. Walk about a half hour down the trail for the best part. Trail goes on for miles but you can do in a half hour and back and it will be worth it. Rocky and not even.
The free park is just a short 15 minute drive from Pagosa Springs. Be sure to get a blue trail map from any local restaurant or the chamber of commerce at the springs downtown. You can spend all day here driving, hiking, taking pictures, imagining. It is awesome that we have something like this park available to us. There are... More
the scenery was varied and the walking was comfortable. a very doable trail for just about anyone. good t combine w/the ice caves trail for spectacular view of the valley below.
This is an easy trail to hike that is suitable for most people. It is simply a gorgeous. tight river canyon that features the Piedra River. The trail continues for about 12 miles and I have hiked all of it. Most will hike from the NE trail head to the confluence of Williams Creek. Take something to drink and your... More
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