Top things to do in Pagosa Springs

Top Choice Microbrewery in Pagosa Springs

Riff Raff Brewing Co

Pagosa's thermal waters heat the building and provide the spring water for the beers brewed on-site. But don't come just for the eco-credentials. There's live music, locally raised yak burgers and pints of green chi…
Nature Reserve in Pagosa Springs

Weminuche Wilderness Area

Named for a band of the Ute tribe, the Weminuche Wilderness Area is the most extensive wilderness in Colorado, with an area of more than 700 sq miles. The Weminuche extends west along the Continental Divide from Wol…
Archaeological Site in Pagosa Springs

Chimney Rock Archaeological Area

Designated an Archaeological Area and National Historic Site in 1970, these 4000 acres within the San Juan National Forest hold remains of 100 permanent structures at the base of two large red-rock buttes. Like the …
Pub Food in Pagosa Springs

Pagosa Brewing Company

Brewmaster Tony Simmons is a professional beer judge, and the Poor Richard’s Ale is brewed according to historical standards – the corn and molasses mix is inspired by the tipple of Ben Franklin. After a few, move o…
Bakery in Pagosa Springs

Pagosa Baking Company

It's dead charming: they use all local ingredients and set up a space to chat over coffee in the front room of a bright yellow Victorian. Breakfast burritos, good muffins and quiche make it busy in the morning. And …
Museum in Pagosa Springs

Fred Harman Art Museum & the Red Ryder Roundup

The Red Ryder’s image might be lost on today’s whippersnappers, but Fred Harman’s comic book hero was born in Pagosa Springs, and today Harman’s home is a small museum. It’s a kitschy and off-beat roadside attractio…