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There are places you see in movies and think - man, I wonder where that is. Well I found one of those places. This entire area could easily be the set of a western. Not only that, but it would then win the Oscar for...More
Hiked a few miles out on a bit rainy day. The trailhead was easy to find. Parking was more than ample. Lots of other friendly hikers. I definitely recommend this hike. Take a camera. You’re going to want pictures of the distant mountain ranges, the...More
Great place to hike and just beautiful! Not for the handicapped. Wear hiking boots and carry hiking poles if you're in your 60's and 70's like we are. Take water and snacks and hike as long as you wish. The trail goes on for 12...More
My husband and I have been traveling around Colorado in our motorcoach for the month of September. This was not only our favorite hike in Pagosa Springs, it was our favorite hike of the whole month of hiking in Colorado. So many hikes feel more...More
Chose this trail based on a local tourism map and that it was ranked "easy". Since we are not from this area, we wanted to keep a hike simple for starters.
The road to the northern trail-head is mostly gravel but very well maintained.
We placed this trail the best in the San Juan national two years in a row. However,many hikers found the same rating. So happy to see the many hikers out there, but actually the crowds took away our enthusiastic support of this incredible hike. I...More
This is an easy trail down to the river. It's one of out favorites to do in the spring and summer but it's also a great trail to snowshoe in the winter. There's a beautiful ice fall to see in the winter.
You could carry one in a carrier on your back quite a ways down the path, but I'd be careful allowing young ones walk on their on. There are some edges above the river early in the hike that wouldn't be advisable.