Considering the hundreds of miles of trails in the area, it's easy to imagine that some people will choose to explore them by running.  In fact, there might not be a more beautiful area for trail running.  Choose between trails through dense forests, high alpine meadows or in a canyon, along a river.  The Pagosa Springs area offers runners a variety of terrain and any level of challenge desired.

Trail Running

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.

Main Parking Area Behind Healing Waters - Off of Hot Springs Blvd and San Juan St
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Cloman Park

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.

Piedra Road (CR600) to Cloman Blvd - Turn right, take to end of road -
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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.

Off of Piedra Rd, past the cattle guard where road turns to gravel -
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