Information about Pagosa
Pagosah Springs (traditional spelling) is not just deeply surrounded by amazing geological features but is rich in history as well. Native Americans settled the land and used the hot springs for medicinal purposes. Later, an outstation of Fort Lewis was built, of which you can still see remnants today. Pagosa is visited by thousands of tourists annually seeking adventure, relaxation, fun, and sun in the great Rocky Mountains.
Nearly 2,000 year-round residents.
Sunshine 300+ days a year.
Wolf Creek Ski Area, a short drive, is known for the most snow in Colorado with an average of 480 inches a season!
Summers are warm with an average temperature of 82 degrees.
Pagosa receives about 20 inches of rain per year.
Winters are cold with an average temperature of 14 degrees.
Pagosa Springs receives about 70 inches of snow each year.
Based on the tourism score the best time to visit is mid-June to late-August
June 11 has the least likely chance of rain
August 10 has the most likely chance of rain
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Amber's Alchemy specializes in advanced therapeutics for the skin and body. Having resided in the area for years Amber enjoys incorporating our natural beauty into her spa services. Amber's Alchemy also provides an oxygen bar to help revitalize the body.
Favorite Service: 90-minute massage