Hikers and cyclers will soon have a new trail that will connect the towns of Mancos and Cortez to Mesa Verde National Park thanks to one of the largest grants awarded to this project since its inception. The trail made the list of 16 trails that Governor Polis prioritized for his "Colorado the Beautiful" program.
You may have seen a new mural popping up at Goodman's Department Store. The Pagosa Arts Initiative, in partnership with the Town of Pagosa Springs, is hoping to boost public support for the arts through this mural project and we have the story!
The Veterans Memorial Park in Pagosa Springs is a 6.9 acre park that is available for everyone to enjoy. There is a parking lot, trails and a new brick display where you can honor your loved ones that have served our country. Find out more about the future plans for the park and how you can be involved!
Visit Monty the Moose at the Magenta Moose Mercantile off Highway 160 and find something to brighten your day. They offer a variety of affordable products and cater to Pagosa locals.
Pagosa Springs Froyo is now a fundraiser for Aspen House & Aspen Services, a local non-profit that supports adults with disabilities. 100% of your frozen yogurt purchase goes directly to support Aspen House and the work they do. Stop by and enjoy a tasty frozen yogurt treat now and find out how you can volunteer at Froyo!
Front Range communities are enjoying an economic boon, but that boon isn’t spreading as quickly to rural Colorado. A new organization hopes to change that. Here’s one story.
Mike Heraty from Pagosa Source Real Estate Advisors shares the top 3 reasons why Pagosa Springs is a great place to own property. Find out about this hidden gem and picture yourself owning in this cozy mountain town.