DINING GUIDE — FEATURING PAGOSA SPRINGS’ BEST RESTAURANTS —
Residential Pagosa sPRings
CommeRCial Pagosa sPRings
MLS#761251: One-of-a-kind Property! 60 fenced acres borders National Forest, split rail plus cross fencing, riding pen, holding area, large stalls, corrals plus equipment & vehicle storage in barn. Custom Log home w/views. 3,301 sf., 80 acres. 4 bd/3 ba/ga $1,395,000
MLS#775534: Corner Location in Opportunity & Enterprise Zone. Great Hwy 160 location w/amazing views. Great reception area, lots of windows, 8 offices, copy room and large back room for break area. Air conditioned space, ready to move in $599,000 MLS#778923: Fully Furnished Log Home! Close to town, set up for horses w/3 ponds. Gated entrance, gorgeous views. Ag status w/senior ditch rights.1,711 sf, 35 acres. 2 bd/2 ba. $1,350,000
MLS#778401: Premier Commercial Location w/Busy Hwy 160 Frontage! 3 tracts. Incredible opportunity for development at one of the few PRIME locations. Checkout the drone footage on our website. $7,995,000
MLS#779245: Huge Views! 1-story, open floorplan. Beamed ceilings, floor to ceiling flagstone gas fireplace. Full walk-in pantry & utility closet. Covered deck, partially fenced, very private backyard. 3+ acres, 3,075 sf, 3 bd/4 ba/garage. $735,000
MLS #768349: Lakefront Lot! Beautiful views, level lot, Pagosa Lakes Homeowners Assoc. $152,500. MLS #780189: Level & cleared in front, wooded in back. Utilities to property. Approx .24 acres $47,800.
CommeRCial ignaCio, Co MLS#780564: State Approved & Certified Grow Facility! Greenhouse w/grow lights, heat system, auto ventilation system, watering system. Additional buildings, two RV/5th wheels on septic, pond & approx 24 acres w/irrigation. $1,550,000
MLS #780190: Beautiful Lot - lots of foliage for privacy. Area cleared for building. Electric next door. $28,500. MLS #780459: Build Your Dream Home! Mountain & valley views in much desired area. Close to town. Approx .33 acres. $42,800.
H 35 Acre Lots in the exclusive area of Timber Ridge w/fabulous views, city water, equestrian, community & clubhouse: MLS#718657: Lot 7 - MLS#718660: Lot 8 ... Lots of land available!
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Find us in our NEW Pagosa Springs Office:
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Jen Ott 951-492-8039
565 Village Dr. Suite “E” for EXIT Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
(970)731-EXIT(3948) Penny Loper 970-946-3639
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Also at: 1032 Main Ave, Durango, CO 81301
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Gustoso Restaurante Italiano | 970-264-2431 • 117 Navajo Trail Dr.
Pagosa Brewing & Grill | 970-731-2739 (BREW) • 118 N. Pagosa Blvd.
Chavolo’s Taqueria | 970-731-2501 • 301 N. Pagosa Blvd.
Buck Stops Here Meat Market & Eatery |970-731-6328 (MEAT) • 19 Navajo Trail Dr.
Santy’s Taco Shop | 970-398-2455 • 66 Country Center Drive
Rosie’s Pizzeria | 970-731-0420 • 100 Country Center Dr. Ste. C
Lone Spur Cafe | 970-398-2449 • 135 Country Center Dr.
Ramon’s Mexican Restaurant | 970-731-3012 • 56 Talisman Dr. (across from McDonald’s) 8 Choke Cherry Tree | 970-731-4951 • 56 Talisman Dr.
Higher Grounds | 970-731-3666 • 189 Talisman Dr.
Colorado Roadhouse | 970-507-4800 • 27 B Talisman Dr. Unit 4
Thai Pagosa | 970-507-8564 • 565 Village Dr. Ste. D
Papa John’s | 970-585-5020 • 3505 W US Hwy 160
Los Dos Charros | 970-731-2454 • 2800 Cornerstone Dr. Units 3 & 4
Coyote Moon Bar & Grill | 970-507-8696 • 120 CR 600 (Piedra Rd.)
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City Hall Café & Grill | 970-398-2409 • 2151 Eagle Dr.
Root House Coffee Shop | 970-264-3216 • located below Jim Smith Realty
PS Froyo | 459 Lewis St.
The Lost Cajun | 970-264-0608 • 438 C Pagosa St.
The Rose | 970-264-2955 • 408 Pagosa St.
The Peak Deli | 970-264-3354 (DELI) • 362 Pagosa St.
Riff Raff Brewing Company | 970-264-4677 (HOPS) • 274 Pagosa St. & 356 E. Pagosa St 22
Frozen Yogurt and Treats
Pagosa Baking Company | 970-264-9348 • 238 Pagosa St.
Alley House Grille | 970-264-0999 • 214 Pagosa St.
Mountain Pizza & Tap Room | 970-264-7992 • 175 Pagosa Street
The Lift | 970-264-0653 • 175 Pagosa St. #4
Neon Mallard | 970-507-0121 • 157 Pagosa St.
Cocktails, Light plates, Desserts & Coffee
Kip’s Grill & Cantina | 970-264-3663 (FOOD) • 121 Pagosa St. (east end of town)
AquaSol Waterfront Eatery + Bar | 970-340-0861 • 358 Pagosa Street
Ole Miner’s Steak & Chophouse | 970-507-3156 • 3821 E Hwy 160
LONE SPUR CAFE 135 Country Center Drive Suite A 970-398-2449 • lonespurcafe.com
The Lone Spur Café is a cowboy themed breakfast, lunch, and weekend dinners restaurant producing great cowboy food, providing great cowboy service, while promoting American cowboy charm.
MONDAY - SUNDAY 6:30 am - 2:30 pm FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIAL DINNERS
Drink and Dine with us! Full Lunch Menu Appetizers • Salads • Wraps • Sandwiches • Tacos & More Gluten Free Options Dinner Menu Daily Chef Specials Prime Steaks Pasta Dishes Seafood & Chicken Wine Pairings A Great selection of Wines, Spirits Local, Domestic & Imported Beer 970-398-2409 • 2151 Eagle Drive
Pagosa's Award-Winning Craa Brewery!
Wild-Caught Salmon Fish & Chips Char Burgers + Prime Rib Fridays Artisan Beer Crust Pizzas
Booth Dining + Sports Bar Beer Garden + Heated Patio Social Distance Comfortably
Healthy Options + Gluten Free Salads + Kidʼs Fare House-Made Sodas + Seltzers Root Beer Floats!
18 Brews + On-Tap Margaritas Fine Wines + Craft Cocktails Dogs Welcome Specials + Live Music
118 North Pagosa at Bastille Dr. 970.731.BREW (2739) PagosaBrewing.com pagosaspringsdining.com
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Rocky Mountain Balloon Adventures, llc. Flying the Rockies since 1986
Break the Earthly bonds of gravit y with the oldest, most experienced balloon company in Pagosa Springs. 1/2 hour and 1 hour flights available Advance reser vations are required
Passengers of all ages are welcome to fly with us!
Two locations SAME GREAT BEER Hoppy Hour 3-6pm
Located in the majestic San Juan Mountains of Southwest Colorado, Riff Raff Brewing Company makes craft beer using water from the world’s deepest geothermal hot spring. Swing by the brewpub or check out our story online at riffraffbrewing.com Historic downtown Pagosa 274 Pagosa Street • 970-264-4677
3 PRIVATE RANCHES!
Along the beautiful San Juan River 356 E. Pagosa Street • 970-264-6274
A unique art experience
424 Pagosa Street 719-650-5758
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THAI PAGOSA Thrill your tastebuds and enjoy the wonderful flavors of Thai cuisine. Experience a variety of fresh traditional flavors with a beautiful presentation.
Full menu at: thaipagosa.wordpress.com
565 Village Dr. Suite D 970-507-8564 • 970-560-9178 Monday- Saturday Lunch 11:30am - 2:00pm • Dinner 4:30pm - 8:00pm Closed Sunday
Take-Out Alcohol Served
408 Main Street 970-264-2955 M-F 7am-2pm • Sat-Sun 7am-1pm
Located in Pagosa’s Historic Downtown since 1980 Open 7 days a week Breakfast served all day! Breakfast Burritos Pancakes • French Toast • Waffles Biscuits & Gravy Green Salads • Burgers Sandwiches • Wraps And More!
SAN JUAN STRAINS Living Soil, Natural Sunlight, Quality Cannabis DAILY SPECIALS HAPPY HOUR 3PM - 6PM IN-HOUSE LIVE ROSIN & INFUSED PRE-ROLLS SANJUANSTRAINS.COM
Visit us today! 356 E Pagosa St. Unit B 16
Open 8am-9pm • 970-264-5323 pagosaspringsdining.com
HUNGRY YET? Eat good food!
970-264-3354 COME UP TO THE PEAK FOR: Hot & Cold Sandwiches Made with Boar’s Head Meats & Cheeses Killer Breakfast Burritos • Full Breakfast Menu Gluten-Free & Vegetarian Alternatives Zuberfizz Sodas • Desert Sun Coffee
Call or check our website for current hours See our full menu at thepeakdeli.com
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459 LEWIS ST. • 970-398-1636
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FROYO & ASPEN HOUSE SWIRL TOGETHER TO CREATE A SWEET LIFE! 100% of proceeds from PS Froyo support Aspen House/Aspen Services.
& AUTHENTIC MEXICAN DAILY SPECIALS
ASAS supports Pagosa Springs residents with developmental disabilities, giving them life and job skills, and a supportive place to live with their peers.
12 FROYO FLAVORS + TOPPINGS SWEET TREATS PATIO SEATING
COFFEE & TEA FREE WIFI
2800 Cornerstone Dr. #4 Pagosa Springs, Colora
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A taste of Mexico
Mexican Restaurant Your Hosts - The Lopez Family
Sample Menu: Full menu at ramonspagosa.com
TOSTADAS (Flour or Corn Shell) Shredded Beef or Chicken • Guacamole Chile Verde - Chunks of pork with green peppers Carnitas - Fried pork with Cilantro Sauce Carne Al Carbon - Broiled thin pieces of steak in Cilantro Sauce RAMON’S COMBINACIONES
Served with Rice and Beans Taco (beef or chicken) - one or two Enchilada (cheese, beef or chicken) - one or two Chile Relleno • Beef Burrito • Tamale Enchilada Ranchera - one or two (guacamole and sour cream) Enchilada Suiza - one or two Burrito Ranchero (guacamole and sour cream) Taco & Enchilada • Chile Relleno & Taco Enchilada & Chile Relleno Tamale & Chile Relleno • Taco & Tamale
Served with Rice and Beans and Soup or Salad Choice of corn or flour tortilla Burrito Verde - Pork meat with green chiles rolled in flour tortilla with Ranchera Sauce Chile Verde - Tender pork meat prepared with green chiles and Special Sauce Burro Al Carbon - Pieces of charcoal meat, rolled in flour tortilla with guacamole and Cilantro Sauce Carne al Pastor - Thin marinated steak with special Red Sauce, cooked charbroiled style Carne al Carbon - Thin charcoal broiled steak with guacamole and Cilantro Sauce Chile Colorado - Tender pieces of beef prepared in Red Chiles and Special Sauce Burro Colorado - Chunks of beef prepared in Red Chile Sauce and rolled in flour tortilla Fried Burrito - Choice of beef, chicken or mixed. Rolled in flour tortilla, deep fried and served with guacamole and sour cream Steak Picado - Pieces of NewYork steak cooked with peppers, tomatoes, chiles, onion and Special Sauce Carnitas Plate - Tender pieces of fried pork meat served with Special Sauce Fajitas (for one or two) - Slices of thin beef, chicken or shrimp, cooked vegetables, flamed at your table
Fried Ice Cream • Flan • Churros • Sopapillas
56 TaLiSman Dr. #1
happy hour: 2pm To 5pm everyDay
Lunch SpeciaLS 11am - 3pm Sun -Thurs 11AM to 9PM Fri & Sat 11AM to 10PM pagosaspringsdining.com
We Love Pizza. You Love Pizza.
NOW GET IN HERE! Appetizers • Sandwiches • Salads • Desserts Full Bar • Happy Hour • Great Patio ork Y w Ne izza P e Styl Slices Huge
rosiesps.com • 970-731-0420 • Wed - Mon @ 11AM 100 Country Center Dr Suite C (Next To City Market) pagosaspringsdining.com
RV Park Open May to October
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Drive-thru • santystacos.com 66 Country Center Drive - 970-398-2455 Mon-Sat • 7:00 AM - 9:00 PM Sun • 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Silverado Shopping Center 117 Navajo Trail Dr. Pagosa Springs • (970) 731-4779 Open Mon. - Sat. 10-6 • Summer Sundays 9-3
Hand Crafted Baked Goods Quick delicious nourishing meals Creative Sourdough Breads & Pastries Healthy Salads Soups & Sandwiches Best Green Chile in Town Take & Bake Pies & Meals Thai Wednesday Coffee • Tea • Espresso Great Food • Great Service
Best Eats - National Geographic
Celebratory Fare • Colorado Grown & Milled Flours Locally Sourced Organic Ingredients 238 Pagosa St. • (970) 264-9348
G i f t s t h a t m a ke m e m o r i e s
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Warm Hospitality • Rejuvenating Waters • Small-Town Charm
— Hot Springs — Swimming Pool - Indoor Hot Baths - Outdoor Hot Tub
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Affordable Lodging includes complimentary use of hot springs: Rooms • Suites • Kitchenettes • Deluxe Park-Model Cabins
Small, 18-room resort. Walking distance to everything fun!
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Therapeutic Massage, Deep Tissue Massage ... Combine soaking in our 100% mineral water with a relaxing massage. Now that’s a treat you won’t want to miss!
(970) 264-5910 • (800) 832-5523 www.pshotsprings.com
317 Hot Springs Blvd. • Downtown Pagosa Springs Lobby Open Daily 8am-10pm • Pools Open Daily 11am-10pm
Owned & operated by the Giordano Family since 1950.
Join us for our hand-crafted libations and indulge in one of our delicious charcuterie boards.
Follow us on Facebook & Instagram for specials & events Open 7 days • Happy Hour 4pm - 6pm Sun - Thurs
AT THE NIGHTINGALE MOTEL • 157 PAGOSA ST. • 970-844-4683
LUNCH & DINNER HAPPY HOUR 3PM-6PM NFL TICKET & BUZZ-TIME GAMES FULL BAR • BUCKETS OF BEER PIZZA • 12OZ CHAR BURGERS
27 B TALISMAN DRIVE OPEN 11AM-9PM • 7 DAYS A WEEK pagosaspringsdining.com
— Established February 2019 —
Pagosa Craft strives to put out the highest quality product at the fairest prices. We ensure excellent customer service from our friendly and knowledgeable budtenders for an overall positive shopping experience!
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Desserts Edibles Chocolates, gummies, beverages & more *Made in House
GUSTOSO Ristorante Italiano
117 Navajo Trail Drive Suite D • 970-264-2431 • Mon-Sat •11-9pm
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11am to 9pm Daily • 970-585-5020 • Located in the Pagosa Lodge • 3505 W. Hwy. 160 pagosaspringsdining.com
Serving Pagosa’s freshest coffee, one cup at a time.
Coffee House 175 Pagosa Street #4 • 970-264-0653
Locally Roasted Coffee
Flavors & Gif ts Pagosa’s Favorite Novelty Store Book your ultimate Chocolate experience! Create a once in a lifetime memory AND confections by being chocolatiers for a day!
• Sample local culture • Handmade artisan products • Custom labels available to personalize gifts
Jams • Jellies • Fruit Butters Syrups • Caramels • Truffles Toffee • Salsas • Kitchenware Spices • Mixes • Sauces We ship anywhere! Try our Elk Poop & Bear Piles!
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E S U O H S T E A K h and Dinner
freshly squeezed fruit cocktails
Try our great deli
cheesy meatball, the smokehouse club, pickle barrel pastrami, hot pulled pork, the italian & more!
Serving Lunc daily dinner specials
salads . sandwiches . grill & side menus market selections prepared for you
Pagosa's Unique Dining Experience
you pick it, we cook it Choose anything from the market and we'll cook it for you to enjoy in the dining room
19 NAVAJO TRAIL DR.fresh meat - seafood - cheese - elk - beef - buffalo - jerky FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED
pagosaspringsdining.com 70-73 -6328 MEATT • NAVAJO TRAIL DRIVE
Established June 15, 2018, Mountain Pizza and Taproom brings a long-time dream of Artisan Brick Oven Pizza and a nice variety of Craft Beers to the beautiful Mountain Town of Pagosa Springs, CO.
OUR PIZZA Each pizza is handmade in front of you (if you want to watch) and then placed into our 800 degree, rotating brick-fire oven. Made with only the finest ingredients, it’s quality you can taste! Pizza... as good as it gets! 30
$7 Lunch Combo Enjoy one of our local’s favorite lunch specials: an 8” personal pizza with a drink, a calzone with a drink, or a caesar salad with a drink.
ORDER ONLINE AT MOUNTAINPIZZATAPROOM.COM
Our online ordering system allows you to place and pay for your order on your phone or at home on your computer. It’s quick and its easy! Our loyalty Program allows you to accumulate points for every dollar spent, that can be cashed in for free items.
Happy Hour! All beer and Wine 25% OFF! MON – FRI from 2PM – 5PM
LIBATIONS Libations include a self-serve wall of 22 taps; 16 Craft beer, 2 white wines, 2 red wines, 1 root beer, and 1 vanilla cream soda. Yes, self-serve! Our unique system allows you to sample as little or as much as your want. Our system means, no lines, no waiting, the freedom of choice, and the ease to sample new and different products.
Atmosphere We have it at Mountain Pizza & Taproom – (Mountain) Guides to show you around and assist you with any needs, comfortable seating, and a 20’ opening to the outside (weather permitting). Our large outside patio includes a large canopy with ample shaded seating and a grand firepit to sit around with friends while enjoying a glass of wine or one of our many local craft beers. It’s a vibe you have to feel for yourself!
OUR GOAL A happy and satisfied customer. Imagine. Gourmet Pizza, Craft Beer and Wines, a pleasant atmosphere and fast service!! PIZZA… As good as it gets!! 175 PAGO S A S T REET
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G R O U N D S COFFEE CO MPANY & BAK ER Y Indoor Dining, Take-out, & Outdoor Patio Seating
ORGANIC COFFEE HANDMADE PASTRIES & SANDWICHES
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189 Talisman Drive, Suite A
JEWELRY HOME GOODS CLOTHING, ACCESSORIES & GIFTS
189 Talisman Drive, Suite B
Straight from the Hive to You:
Pagosa’s own Queen Bee “Without using the stabilizing agents found in most commercial products, it’s challenging to make lotion; temperature, humidity, and the melting point all impact your final result, and those things change all the time,” Lynne explained. “People aren’t used to using simple pure oils, but they are typically free of chemical additives which are needed to bind the water to the fats in lotions. They are much more hydrating, and you are getting 100% chemical-free moisture.” She encourages you to look on your bottles and read the ingredients. If you don’t recognize them, you might consider switching to organics.
ynne Killey has created quite the buzz around her Queen Bee organic line of skin care products. It all started back in 2003 when Lynne wanted to make a few products for herself. She messed around with formulas and made some fun products including bath salts and lip balms. Lynne started gifting friends with some of her creations and unwittingly created demand for more. Queen Bee was formally launched, offering botanicals that nourish your skin and spirit. All Queen Bee products are made by hand, using natural and organic ingredients. The Queen Bee motto, “made with love,” represents the philosophy of founder and president Lynne Killey, each bottle or jar of product is made with attention to quality ingredients, harmony with nature, and care for the people using them. Early on, as Lynne discovered that you had to have a hazardous materials license in order to obtain the chemicals used in most commercial beauty products. At that point Lynne made a commitment to use organic ingredients in her line, even though the production process would be more difficult and more expensive.
Vitamin K Serum Nourish your skin with the power of ten pure flower and plant botanicals naturally infused with high dose vitamins. This redness reducing, capillary strengthening Vitamin K Serum is like a big organic salad for your skin.
Lynne embarked on an eye opening journey that involved lots of research and becoming Aveda-trained and licensed esthetician. She can be found brewing up skin care at the spa most days, and spends a lot of her time enjoying life in Pagosa. All of her products are formulated and manufactured here in town with the help of a network of worker bees. Queen Bee has a gorgeous facial studio here in Pagosa. You can book a facial with her or get a personalized skin care consultation! Visit QueenBeePagosa.com for directions, online booking, and spa menu.
AGE ERASE Collagen Cream Made with organicallysourced collagen from lupine seeds. It plumps, builds elasticity, changes facial contours, and allows your skin to "snap back". Great treatment for eyes and mouth. Retail: $42
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970-316-2899 call / text QUEENBEEPAGOSA.COM 191 TALISMAN DR. STE.102
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970-316-2899 call / text QUEENBEEPAGOSA.COM 191 TALISMAN DR. STE.102
970-731-BREW (2739) • 118 North Pagosa at Bastille Dr.
Free 1/2 Pound of Caramels WITH $54 PURCHASE -PRE TAX Must be presented at time of purchase. In store only. Limit one per customer.
970-731-4951 • 56 Talisman Dr. Unit 8
Any Large House Specialty Pizza Limit 1 coupon per customer per table. Dine-in only
100 Country Center Dr. Ste. C 970-731-0420
For our Dining Guide Customers:
A cup of our great local coffee, Or tea, with any purchase.
Cherry Cement Salon By appointment M-F
238 Pagosa Street. Downtown • 970-264-9438
117 Navajo Trail Dr. Suite F
19 Navajo Trail Drive •
Lisa Miranda • Master Sylist • Owner 970-903-9037 Naquita Rivas • 970-903-9498
Silverado Shopping Center • 117 Navajo Trail Dr. • Open Mon. - Sat. 10-6 25 Like New Family Clothing • Baby Clothes, Toys, Etc. • Books, Games, Movies, CDs Beautiful New Jewelry • Handbags & Shoes • Furniture & Household Items • Much Much More!
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THE ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME: SMOKE, STEAM AND STEEL
he Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad has been carrying passengers by coal-fired steam locomotives across the Rocky Mountains since 1880, and 2021 is going to be better than ever with six exciting new ticket options to make this bucket-list railroad adventure fit every schedule. Voted in 2020 by the readers of USA Today to be “the best train ride in America,” the Cumbres & Toltec is the highest, longest and most authentic steam train in the nation. Owned by the states of Colorado and New Mexico, this non-profit railroad is a National Historic Landmark that moves – burrowing through tunnels and steaming over trestles as it navigates through 64 miles of off-thegrid wilderness, chugging along through unforgettable panoramas of forest and mountains at a stately speed of 12 mph. It’s a perfect family activity. Kids, parents and grandparents all love trains. It’s an ideal multigeneration adventure where you can safely move around the train, ride in an outdoor gondola car, visit the snack car, look for wildlife and wildflowers, and listen for steam whistles that send messages from the engineers back to the conductor. All full-day train rides include a delicious hot lunch where you get off the train and dine at scenic Osier Station, digging into tasty roast turkey or meatloaf, hearty sides and pies and cakes for dessert.
New in 2021 are easy ticket options
The “Chama All Aboard!” leaves from nearby Chama, NM at 10 a.m., crosses the railroad’s two highest trestles, and steams up a 4% grade along the edge of a cliff past Windy Point to the top of Cumbres Pass, 10,015 feet above sea level. Bring a light jacket, even in summer! After a hot lunch and panoramic views at Osier Station, the train returns to Chama at 4:05 p.m. Along the way, look for the water tower that was built just for Indiana Jones, so he could swing around it in the film Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
For those with less time, you can park and join the train at the top of Cumbres Pass, the highest point reached by any steam train in North America, and hop aboard the “Cumbres Express.” Leaving at 11:10 p.m., you’ll clickity-clack around Tanglefoot Curve and over 137-foot high Cascade Trestle to Osier for a yummy lunch before returning to Cumbres Pass at 2:45 p.m. What could be more romantic than waiting at the Old West-style Chama Station for the whistle of the train at High Noon? Every Friday from June 11 to Oct. 24, 2021, the “Chama High Noon” train will leave at 12 p.m. and return at 2:30 p.m., steaming out to Cumbres and back.
History on Wheels in 2021
For rail buffs, nothing will ever match the first opportunity to ride the new San Juan & New Mexico Express! Pulled by the newly restored 1883 engine No. 168 (one of only two of its class left on the planet) this all historic train will have authentic wood Denver & Rio Grande passenger cars and limited departures from Antonito, CO. Reservations are HIGHLY recommended.
If your travels take you east, there will also be exciting departures from Antonito, CO. The “Antonito All Aboard!” leaves at 10 a.m., curls around Whiplash Curve and Phantom Curve, passes through Mud and Rock Tunnels, and along the lip of Toltec Gorge, before arriving at Osier to meet the Chama Train for lunch. The train then returns to the Antonito Depot, arriving at 4:40 PM. For those with less time, there will also be special Sunday excursions from May 29 to Sept. 12, 2021, on the “Antonito Express!” that leaves Antonito Depot at 11 a.m., steams to Big Horn and returns to Antonito at 2:30 p.m. Experience the historic and storied American West on this trip as you explore the high desert country of Wyatt Earp, Billy the Kid and maybe even Matt Dilllon and Chester.
With COVID seating restrictions still in place, tickets will be limited in 2021. Don’t be left at the station! Please check schedules and make reservations in advance at www.cumbrestoltec.com and please join us in 2021 and help preserve historic railroading and coal-fired steam locomotives in the Rockies.
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Pagosa Baking Company was barely a dream when Kathy Keyes and Kirsten Skeehan made their escape from Washington DC, in 1996, driving an RV and with plans to spend a year exploring the United States. But Kathy had discovered her passion long before the two of them met in DC. “I started loving baking when I was a little kid. I got my first sourdough starter when I was 11 years old. My folks brought back one of those packets from San Francisco, so I kind of developed a love for sourdough when I was a kid. And I kept that going for a long time. I didn’t do much bread; I did mostly biscuits and pancakes and quick things.” (FYI. You can purchase your own sourdough starter at the bakery.) “And I wanted to go into food, but my parents were set on me going to college. So I ended up studying nutrition and food science. And once I graduated, I was always doing something food oriented; making cakes for local restaurants, that kind of thing. Then I won a scholarship to attend a professional pastry class… and at the same time I started working at a European style bakery…” During their 1996 road trip, they visited a small bakery in a small town called Pagosa Springs. The bakery — called The Rolling Pin — was for sale. “It was outside of our price range, and it was a little more mature than we felt we could manage at that time…” Kirsten explained. But after a year on the road, they had fallen in love with rural America, and Colorado in particular, so they sold their house in DC and packed everything into a Uhaul, headed for a rented house in Pagosa Springs. Kathy’s first Colorado baking job was in Telluride, at The Peaks Resort restaurant. “That was great training for high altitude baking,” Kathy explained. “Telluride is even higher than Pagosa Springs, so it was even trickier there. Lucky thing, too… because I had been baking like crazy at home, trying to figure out how to adjust for the altitude...
“And also, the customers didn’t get to enjoy the wonderful smell of bread baking.” By 2004, the couple had saved up enough money to move the kitchen to Pagosa Street. And that, says Kirsten, is when the business really took off. The menu was expanded to include soups, quiches, and various breakfast and lunch items — and the bakery finally began to smell like a bakery. The rest, as they say, is history. Except for 2020, of course. As the coronavirus pandemic unfolded in Colorado, Governor Jared Polis ordered restaurants closed in hopes of containing the virus. Suddenly, every restaurant in the state was faced with quickly developing a “take-out only” business model. “We closed down for just a couple of days in March, and we were just strategizing. How are we going to do this? WE started selling out of our side window, but it was really challenging because the weather wasn’t great yet, we didn’t have an awning, and our staff at the time were really short — it was hard for them to get things out the window to customers,” Kathy laughed. “And it was cold inside,” Kirsten added. “We had all the windows open for ventilation, and the staff was alternating days, to keep exposure everyone’s limited. And we were changing as the guidance changed. “And the guidance was constantly changing. Finally we were able to find enough masks so we could have a full crew…” Kathy continued. “We did outdoor seating all summer… but no indoor seating. And we’re wondering how that will play out, even after the pandemic is over? Because we’ve added more retail inside… and there are opportunities, I would say. “Like, we had those ceramic crocks made, branded with our logo… with packets of sourdough starter. And I just love that...”
“And we were really putting on weight.” she laughed. The next phase came when Kathy created her own commercial kitchen at home and began selling her sourdough breads at various Pagosa outlets. Then a shop on Pagosa Street came up for lease… “We thought it would be so great if people had a place to stop and get a cup of coffee — we thought it would really help this end of downtown.” The current bakery on Pagosa Street opened its doors in 2001, but only as a “storefront” operation. All the baked goodies — bread, muffins, cookies and so on — were still being produced in the kitchen in Kathy and Kirsten’s home on the Lower Blanco River, and were delivered to the bakery early each morning, by Kirsten. “So Kathy didn’t get to hear all the exclamations of joy,” Kirsten noted.
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