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Head 13 miles north to the little town of Vallecito, CO. Enjoy the homemade ice cream at the country market, eat a meal at one of the little restaurants or spend you day soaking up some sun by the lake while you fish or swim. There are some beautiful horse trails near the lake as well!

Pagosa Hot Springs

Soak in their 23 mineral hot springs, including a 100% natural mineral water lap pool. Terraced to overlook the beautiful San Juan River, The Springs Resort offers many soaking tubs to choose from. Varying temperatures, ranging from 83-114°F or (27-46 °C), ensure you will find the right comfort level for you. Every pool offers a different experience and you are encouraged to try them all.


Silverton is a National Historic Landmark, part of the San Juan Skyway (with the Million Dollar Highway connecting Silverton to Ouray), home to Animas Forks and the Alpine Loop, and the summer destination for the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad train ride. As an old mining town, there are scores of adventure to be had.

With the Weminuche Wilderness close by, Silverton is a recreational paradise in Winter for snowmobiling, skiing (downhill, extreme, heli, snowcat, cross country), sledding, ice skating, ice climbing, and ice fishing, and in Summer for rafting, backcountry touring, Jeeping (Jeep rentals and Jeep tours are available), ATV and OHV riding, fishing, hiking, biking, rafting, horseback riding, hunting, and camping.

Ouray, Telluride, Ridgeway

Be prepared to drive over a pass to get to these towns. Be bold and drive the Million Dollar Highway over Red Mountain Pass to get to Ouray which boasts a wonderful hot spring or go the long way around over Lizard Head Pass to get to Ridgeway and Telluride. Either way you are in for scenic overlooks of a lifetime! Telluride boasts luxurious restaurants, box canyon scenery and you'll likely recognize actors or musicians walking the town.  All three towns can be accessed with either mountain pass.


Moab is full of adventure from sky diving to rafting but is most known for the two national parks it encompasses. Visit Arches National Park or Canyonlands National Park for spectacular views of the natural landscape. Take a mountain bike on the trails or spend a couple nights camping beneath the stars. 

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