Fire Ban Lifted

Campfires Now Legal

With monsoon season now upon us, the San Juan National Forest’s fire danger level has finally dipped down to moderate level. This means you can now have a campfire on your next outdoor adventure. Campfires are a great way to spend a warm summer night in Pagosa Springs, and in order to continue enjoying them,  we’ve put together some general guidelines to follow:

  • Clear 3 feet of ground down to dirt surrounding your campfire.
  • Bring a shovel and water with you, just in case.
  • Keep campfires small; they are much easier to control & put out.
  • Never leave a fire unattended.
  • Insure your campfire is completely out before leaving. If the coals are too hot for you to touch, you shouldn’t leave!

If you would like to see the current fire danger and restrictions, click here.

Following these easy guidelines helps to keep our forests open and healthy!

Campfire
Photo By: Gavin Kiker

 

SNOW, SNOW, and MORE SNOW!

This week’s storm brought another 16″ of fresh powder to Wolf Creek Ski area! The new base is 62 inches at the midway. With more snow in the forecast, now is the time to book your ski trip! Click on the image below to check out our vacation rentals and call today to book…

Photo Courtesy of WolfCreekSki.com
Photo Courtesy of WolfCreekSki.com

 

 

Another Smooth Sale by Britney Chaisson!

Congratulations to Marci Vitrano on her sale of 302 Talisman Dr. #39! We wish you the best in your future endeavors. And congratulations to Willis & Johanna Dean on the purchase of their new condo. We are thrilled you chose Britney Chaisson and our team at NextHome Rocky Mountain Realty to manage your new vacation rental!

302 Talisman 39
SOLD! 302 Talisman Dr. #39

Hiking Trails in Pagosa Springs

A Walk in the Woods: Hiking Trails in Pagosa Springs

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(Follow the link in the picture to Pagosa.com and get the FULL scoop!)

This is a dear friend of mine named Ralph and I at the top of Pagosa Peak. I like to think of him as my own personal Sherpa. If you’re new to the area, get out there and explore!!! Nothing is more exhilarating than conquering a mountain, especially for an ex-city boy~ (even if it is only 12,600′ elevation)

Have Fun & Live Life!!!

~Ricardo