Healing Waters Resort & Spa
Travel Blogs from Pagosa Springs
It was raining again as I checked out of my hotel in Santa Fe. I didn't have any reason to believe I'd have better luck at Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument today than I did yesterday so I just headed for my next destination, Chimney Rock National Monument. My route there took me past Ghost Ranch. ...
... bent every which way. I said to Tom that Sheeba got out and he thought I was kidding. As we slowly exited the truck and walked to the front is was as we feared...the front blinds were bent up, too. We slowly opened the door not knowing what else to expect. Sheeba greeted us with licks, body and tail wags. She knew she had done wrong and wriggled more than I have ever seen her. Yes, we were not happy, but know that she ...
Day Eight Morning -- Hot Air Ballooning!
We left our cozy cabin in Hesperus before dawn to drive to Pagosa Springs for a hot air balloon ride with Rocky Mountain Balloon Adventures. We really wanted to do the balloon ride out of Moab over the National Parks, but he was not flying the one morning we were there and the Pagosa Springs location fit our itinerary so we did a 1 hour ...
... my perimeter cord with the copper fishing bells on it. I only had enough cord to secure about 75%2525 of the perimeter. I decided to give my pepper spray a test shot or two and draw a pepper line across two trails entering my area. I figure that would give any animals pause. After i drew the second line from about 6 feet away, i was upwind and it was breezy still. I paused a minute then walked thru to my tent area and sure enough there was a lingering ...
... Springs Resort - Spent the afternoon and evening trying out the 23 different temperature hot mineral pools terraced along the San Juan river. The little pool right next to the river was the perfect place to watch the sunset. Could it get any better than this!
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking