Treasure Falls

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  • 66.14% of people who visit Pagosa Springs include Treasure Falls in their plan

  • 61.54% of people start their Treasure Falls visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Treasure Falls

Monday, Thursday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Treasure Falls

People normally club together Saddle Up Outfitters and Valley View Ranch Pagosa while planning their visit to Treasure Falls.

People also prefer to start their day with Treasure Falls.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • Was the only person there, made it real nice! A little chilly & froze but the sound of the water flowing under the ice was relaxing. Trail is about a 15 to 20 minute hike up to the Misty Deck. Definitely would be nice to come back in the late spring when the waters blasting off the rocks & one can fill the mist. Restrooms are gone though the map said there should be one... not sure what happened to them.

  • Nice little hike. Make sure to take the correct path. The path on the right is a primitive hike and difficult especially when wet or with snow. The trail on the left is the regular trail with switch backs. It was a short hike but a good hike. Nice falls as well!

  • Pretty waterfall with 2 trail options allowing you to make either a loop or hike out-and-back. Access back onto the highway is set up better for those going east-bound than those going west-bound. I wish they had a bathroom here.

  • It's a must see! Two trails to choose from. One is primitive and more difficult, although my 6 year old made it all the way up this past summer. The regular trail is recommended for most unless you're already very active. Great views and easy access right off the highway!

  • Best time to go is early winter. There will be a 60,000 lb ice wall that looks amazing. The rose hips nearby will also be sweet and taste like golden raisins

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