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Winter

With miles of trails stretching through the property, Keyah Grande is great for snowy day adventuring. Don’t forget to pack your snow shoes or cross country skis to explore the majestic beauty of the land, blanketed in white and with Wolf Creek ski area nearby, guests can hit the slopes anytime from late October through March.

 

Spring

As greenery springs up in place of winter’s white expanses, experience what warmer weather has to bring at Keyah Grande. Travel just beyond the property to enjoys Pagosa’s 27-hole Golf Club, or hone your skills at our professional skeet and trap facility, or challenge yourself further on our sporting clay field.

 

Summer

Summertime at Keyah Grande is sure to bring out the adventurer in you. For a more personalized experience, pack a picnic basket and explore the property with a friend or loved one, pausing to take in the surroundings by our covered bridge.  The San Juan River offers casual tubing or white water rafting.

 

Fall

As the days become brisk, warm up and see the sights with a hike along Keyah Grande’s miles of trails, and when the snow begins to fall in autumn’s later months, trade sneakers for snow shoes or cross country skis. To experience one of nature’s most relaxing phenomenons no matter the weather, travel beyond the property and take a dip in one of Colorado’s natural hot springs. The word’s deepest geothermal hot springs!

 

Hunting Reserve

Venture Beyond the Gates

·Get to know historical Durango
·Hit the slopes at Wolf Creek and Purgatory
·Speed things up with Local Snowmobile Tours
·See Chimney Rock National Monument
·Take in the beauty of Mesa Verde
·Experience history on the Narrow Gauge Railroad
·Cast your reel into the local waters
·Raft down the San Juan and Piedra Rivers
·Relax with nature in one of Colorado’s Natural Hot Springs
·Wonder at the local July Fourth Spectacular
·Tee off at one of the area’s beautiful local Golf Courses
·Go Hot Air Ballooning to see the sights from above
·Dance to the tunes of the Four Corners Folk Festival