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How to Get to Pagosa Springs

Highway and Road Travel:

Pagosa Springs, the county seat of Archuleta County, is located in Southwest Colorado, situated at the junction of Hwy 160 and Hwy 84 at an elevation of 7,079 feet. Just 30 miles north of the New Mexico border, or 60 miles east of Durango, CO. It is also near the Four Corners region where Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and Arizona meet.

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Distance to Pagosa Springs:

Colorado New Mexico Arizona
Denver = 270 Miles 
Colorado Springs =242 Miles
Pueblo = 210 Miles
Walsenburg = 160 Miles
Cortez= 160 Miles
Alamosa = 90 Miles
Creede = 63 Miles
Durango = 61 Miles  
Bayfield = 43 Miles
Albuquerque = 212 Miles
Santa Fe = 160 Miles
Farmington = 95 Miles
Chama= 48 Miles
Phoenix, Arizona = 501 Miles

Road conditions
Contact CDOT 1-877 315-7823 or Local Conditions 970 264-5555 

Airports and Air Travel:

Durango-La Plata County Airport:
located 60 miles west of Pagosa.
Albuquerque International Airport:
approximately 212 miles south of Pagosa.
Denver International Airport:
approximately 295 miles north of Pagosa.

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Stevens Field (Archuleta County Airport): 3 miles northwest of Pagosa Springs on Piedra Road. No commercial flights, only private planes.

Distance to other airports in nautical miles:

City Mileage
Cortez, CO 75 E
Colorado Springs, CO 143.9 SW
Denver, CO 190.7 SW
Durango, CO 34.3 E
Pueblo, CO 135.5 WSW
Four Corners Regional Airport (Farmington) 65.1 ENE
Sante Fe, NM 110.5 NNW
Albuquerque, NM (I-40) 136.5 N
Phoenix, AZ 28.1 NE
Dallas, TX 567 WNW