Treasure Falls Trail is a 0.6 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Pagosa Springs, CO that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from May until November.
Directions from Pagosa Springs, Colorado: Parking lot is located 14 miles east of Pagosa Springs on the south side of U.S. Hwy 160 at the base of Wolf Creek Pass.
Easy access from the highway. Easy access to the upper falls. We met many people walking up and down the trail with basic walking shoes aka not hiking boots. Boots aren't necessary on this trail, just smart. The view from the top, especially with the leaves changing colors, is fabulous. Definitely a gate way hike for beginners.
Very accessible right off the highway. We took the trail to the right which was short but a bit challenging. The trail has warnings about doing this trail when wet and I would agree it would be very unwise to do so. At the top it's well worth the hike to see the falls. Relax and enjoy the beauty.
Great stop to get out of the car and explore for a minute. The falls were beautiful.
Easy little trail, gives you some time out of the car, for a descent looking waterfall. Definitely worth it if you got a little time to spare
It's an amazing place.
Short and sweet! Great for tourists and non athletic people. If you're smart. You'll approach from the parking lot to the right and hike up the stream to the falls. A faint trail exists and involves route finding skills. The established trail is super good you could take an electric scooter
Great easy family friendly trail
Nice short trail to the falls, pretty easy and fun
Pretty steep and narrow to the right. Short & sweet
This hike was very quick and easy. The views of the falls are great. This is the kind of hike you can take your exercise loathing friend on.
Good short hike with a nice payoff at the top.
Very enjoyable short hike. Parking area well marked.
Definitely go in the early morning (before 10)! it gets super crowded fast. Great time of year to see the falls with all the rain.
Easy trail to the top. Worth the stop on your way to Pagosa Springs or Durango.