Mancos Valley, Colorado
Fall in Southwest Colorado is Spectacular and at 7,000 feet elevation, Mancos sits on the cusp of magnificent mountains and forests where you may camp, fish, mountain bike and hike and watch the Aspen gold fill the hillside. Whatever the season, the Mancos River Valley is here to feed the soul.
Mancos is a small, rural community proud of its western heritage. It’s a town “where the west still lives.” Yet Mancos is where artists, their galleries and studios flourish. You can also discover a unique coffee bar serving its own locally roasted coffee and specialty teas or maybe a rum distillery or our own brewery is more your style. You’ll find great dining options that offer farm to table entrees and a diversity of lodging choices as well. Our motels and B & B’s are all locally owned. They know how to lavish you with southwestern hospitality while you enjoy amazing views of the Mancos Valley, the mountains and Mesa Verde.
If you’re looking for a city life style, it isn’t in Mancos. You visit Mancos for an adventure. Perhaps a horseback ride into the backcountry suits you. Or, maybe you prefer exploring the history of the old west.
The Fall season is rapidly approaching with its seasonal color change. You’ll want to be here for our 11th Annual Mancos Valley Balloon and Arts Fest/Street Fair, September 26-27.
Learn details about Mancos Valley at www.macosvalley.com or call 970-533-7434.