Biking in Pagosa Springs
The Pagosa Springs area contains a wide variety of biking opportunities on paved roads, forest service roads and singletrack - all offering amazing views with a variety of routes and terrain. With virtually endless miles of national forest, Pagosa Springs is an ideal biking destination for riders of all skill levels.
For additional trails and more detailed trail information and conditions, visit pagosatrails.org. Trail information courtesy of Pagosa Area Trails Council and its supporters.
Tours & Rentals
Wilderness Journeys/Pagosa Rafting Outfitters
Pagosa Mountain Sports - Downtown
Pagosa Mountain Sports is a bike, SUP & outdoor store located in beautiful downtown Pagosa Springs, Colorado. We offer clothing, equipment, and services to support whatever your outdoor adventures may entail. Whether it’s biking, stand up paddling, cross country skiing or just playing in the outdoors that gets you excited, we have the gear, knowledge and experience to help you enjoy it to the fullest!
With National Forest, State Parks and Wilderness surrounding the town, miles and miles of trails and waterways are just waiting to be explored. Come by and we will point you to just the right place for some sweet wilderness relief!
Pagosa Mountain Sports - Uptown
Pagosa Mountain Sports is a bike, SUP & outdoor store located in beautiful Pagosa Springs, Colorado. Our uptown location rents SUPs, inflatable kayaks, a variety of bikes and disc golf sets. Our uptown location is our bike service hub. We work on all types of bikes. Quotes are always free and our turn around times are fast.
We also offer guided mountain biking tours and clinics at various locations around Pagosa Springs.
Hwy 160 to Treasure Falls (Out and Back)
Coyote Hill Loop (#314)
Great views of Pagosa Peak.
Coyote Hill is an easy, low elevation loop trail with nice views of the San Juan Mountains and Pagosa Peak. Easily accessible from paved, Piedra Rd. the trail can be done clockwise or counterclockwise from the junction of the loop intersection located at approximately 0.17 miles from the trailhead.
Eight Mile Mesa
Jackson Mountain (with Snowball Road Loop)
Reservoir Hill Trails
Scenic views in the heart of downtown Pagosa Springs.
Reservoir Hill Park is a hidden gem in the heart of downtown Pagosa Springs. Offering mountain biking, hiking, disc golf, sledding in the winter, and incredible views of the San Juan Mountains, you'll want to add this to your list of "must-dos" in Pagosa Springs.
Turkey Springs Trail System
The hill at the entrance to the Turkey Springs Trail System is a great place for sledding, close to town. Large parking area is available at the entrance and plenty of room to sled and recreate in the snow.
Reservoir Hill Park
With access points off of Hot Springs Blvd and behind the San Juan Motel, Reservoir Hill is an outdoor treasure. Locals and visitors alike enjoy hiking, mountain biking, snow shoeing, and cross country skiing on the many trails traversing the hill.
Reservoir Hill is also home to an 18-hole, disc golf course. From Main Street, turn left off Hot Springs Blvd at Spring Street, just past the Post Office. Park at the gate and walk up the access road to hole 1.
Cloman Park is an open space park northwest of downtown Pagosa Springs off of Piedra Road and Cloman Blvd. It features an 18-hole disc golf course, hiking and biking trails, and groomed cross-country ski trails in the winter.
Navajo State Park
Navajo State Park is Colorado's Answer to Lake Powell. Navajo Reservoir Extends for 20 miles South into New Mexico.
Boaters and campers enjoy the park year-round. Sailors, house boaters and other power boaters cruise some of the 15,000 surface-acres of the giant reservoir. Daily and seasonal slip and mooring ball rentals, boat rentals and gasoline for boats are available at the park’s Two Rivers Marina.
Navajo features 138 campsites; most sites are open year-round. Fishing enthusiasts catch crappie, large-mouth and small-mouth bass, northern pike, trout, bluegill and catfish in the reservoir.