Our small town atmosphere and endless beauty allows you to feel the true meaning of a vacation. Refresh your spirit in a place away from the crowds. Restore your sense of fun while exploring over three million acres of wilderness and national forest. Reconnect with family and friends. Come to Pagosa Springs and enjoy simplicity on a grand scale.
Treasure Falls is a waterfall in the San Juan Mountains, within Mineral County, Colorado. It is located in the Rio Grande National Forest, off U.S. Highway 160, about 15 miles northeast of Pagosa Springs.
As you gently ascend, the earth seems to fall away below you, revealing hidden canyons and valleys. You may feel yourself becoming a part of Mother Nature while riding the peaceful breezes with the red-tailed hawks, the ospreys and the majestic bald eagles. Wildlife is abundant, and we watch for deer, elk, turkeys and other forest creatures as we fly over Pagosa Springs, Colorado. For once, a fantasy can become a reality! You have a unique opportunity to "break the earthly bonds of gravity," and if you've been dreaming about flying--try this!
This is a privately owned facility that has been in operation since 1986. Our purpose here is to be able to educate people about the animals in this area. We also give people the chance to see these beautiful animals up close in what would be their natural habitats.
The San Juan River peaked in early June and we are seeing air temps warm to the 90’s and river levels dropping. This means that the pace and excitement level on our rafting trips slows down and becomes more kid friendly. Piedra river season is a wrap. West Fork trip will continue for a few more days with a technical creek-style boating emphasis in the upper canyon. Get out and go rafting while you still can! Tubing season will likely be underway by early July.