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Pagosa River Tubing

Due to COVID, tubing will look a little different in 2020.

As of 6/29, river levels have dropped into the LOW range for tubing. We hope that water levels will bump back up a bit when we start getting our July afternoon rain showers.

We are asking all tubers to**BOOK AND SIGN WAIVERS ONLINE** for a completely contact-less reservation

  • Show up ready to tube
  • Please wear a mask if you need to come into the shop
  • We are only allowed 10 people in the shop at one time
  • There will be no shuttle service. Tubers can walk or transport themselves
  • Bring your own life jackets for kids if you can. We have a limited supply
  • We won’t be renting river shoes
  • No changing room or lockers
  • We are not able to hold keys

Tubers can walk directly across Main St. from our shop to the best section of river to float. The riverwalk runs along the entire section and you can walk back up and run as many times as you’d like. There are multiple town parks, 3 whitewater features and free riverside hot springs all within 1/2 a mile.


If you have 2 cars or someone that will drop you off and pick you up, the float can be as long as 2 miles.


What the River Flow Means

The River Gauge in Pagosa gives flow in CFS – cubic feet per seconds.


  • 250-400 = really high: 40% flip ratio! Lots of fun for thrill-seekers
  • 150-250 = high: a little rowdy for small youngsters
  • 90-150 = medium: perfect flow for just about everyone
  • 30-90 = low: floatable only if you stay in the deepest current