No matter what the season, High Country Lodge & Cabins and its vicinity will always provide you with a plethora of fun activities to choose from. With the serene backdrop of a lush green, wooded landscape to explore in the summers, and a snow-clad mountainous terrain to head to during the winters, you will certainly feel no dearth of excitement during your weekend getaway to Pagosa Springs, Colorado!
Outdoor Hot Tubs
Treat yourselves to a relaxing outdoor, open-air hot tub bath, after a fun time out on our private snow tubing hill. You will be hard-pressed to find better modes of relaxation!
Indulge in a friendly (or not!) game of disc-golf on our state-of-the-art, 9-hole course. We also have a micro-course that you can use for a bit of fun or if you are a beginner looking to have a go!
You will find it hard to stay off our private, professionally groomed snow tubing hill when you visit our resort in the winters. Not many can get enough of the adrenaline rush that comes with sliding down the track!
Take a further look at the list of activities and places of interest that will be available for you to explore when you make your way over to our lodge, for a fun time with your family and friends:
- Wolf Creek Ski Area (Snow sports in the Winter; Hiking/Backpacking in the Summer)
- Cross Country skiing
- Treasure Falls (Tourist attraction waterfall)
- Williams Reservoir
- Piedra Falls
- National forest access/Hiking/Camping/etc.
- Fishing & hunting locations
- Hot springs
- Horseback riding/tours
- Snowmobile tours (Winter only)
- Dogsled tours (Winter only)
- Outdoor games like volleyball and basketball
Pagosa Springs is a picturesque mountain community in the heart of the San Juan Mountains. As a perfect launching point to discovering the Southwest, Pagosa Springs is located near the Four Corners region where the four states of Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona meet. To that end, several national parks, such as Mesa Verde and the Great Sand Dunes are within a couple of hours of Pagosa Springs or visit Chimney Rock National Monument just 20 minutes west of downtown. Venture outdoors into 3 million acres of National Forest surrounding Pagosa Springs, stroll along the San Juan River that flows through the town, experience the “most snow in Colorado” at nearby Wolf Creek Ski Area or simply soak away your stress at our world-famous Pagosa Hot Springs. The deepest natural hot springs on Earth.