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This is -mile off the side of the road to Wolf Pass and is an easy 1/4-mile hike up to where you can see the falls. Don't expect a high volume of water going over the falls, but it's a long drop from the top...More
Big water shortage when we were there, so we didn't hike to the falls (or trickle). You can see the falls from the road and it is a beautiful area...maybe next time there will be some water!! It's on the right on a very sharp...More
Unfortunately Pagosa has been in a drought so there wasn’t much water coming down the falls. We did this hike on our first day and the altitude ( I’m a low lander) really got to me. It is a short hike but steep. We had...More
On September 12 my wife and I were heading toward Durango and thought we’d stop at Treasure Falls along the way as the reviews sounded impressive. Without a doubt in the spring of the year when the water table is up how much everywhere that...More
It's a great fast ten minute hike that is good for young kids and their is a beautiful waterfall at the top. If you are really adventurous y pi can swim at the very top but it's cold. You defenately want to wear tennis shoes...More
Bring plenty of water and not suited for kids under 8, lots of strenuous uphills that will get your heart rate up. Path is well marked, views were spectacular, especially in the big meadow (you'll know what I mean) and high cliffs. Waterfall was unfortunately...More
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I would imagine regular hours as you do not want to be there too early or late. Go when the sun is shining as it's too slippery and dangerous at night. You will not find many safeguards anywhere there or elsewhere. Not to... More
I would imagine regular hours as you do not want to be there too early or late. Go when the sun is shining as it's too slippery and dangerous at night. You will not find many safeguards anywhere there or elsewhere. Not to say Colorado is dangerous, but their idea of a safe trail is different than where most people are from. Wear hiking boots, and guard your unit.