October 1- Wolf Creek Ski Area: Early Snowfall
Mother Nature decided to cover Pagosa Springs, Colorado, with a 20-inch snow-storm leaving an all-natural snow base of 14 inches out on the slopes, which allowed for Wolf Creek Ski Area to open early. Wolf Creek Ski Area exceptionally welcomes enthusiastic guests as early as the second weekend in October, making them the first to begin the year’s ski season. If you’re itching to hit the slopes, the wait is over because High Country Lodge and Cabins and Wolf Creek Ski Area are waiting for your visit!
Winter is in Pagosa Springs
Pagosa Springs is nestled in between high desert plateau and the climactic Rocky Mountains to creating an unusually mild climate. As the fall foliage disappears under a white powdery snow blanket, our local ski resort, Wolf Creek Ski Area, begins to welcome guests for before any other resort in the state. Traditionally, the high mountains receive enough snow for Wolf Creek Ski Area to open by November.
Wolf Creek Ski Area
The Wolf Creek Ski Area will be open for their second earliest on weekends only until conditions allow for full-time operation. Pathfinder Bar will also be open, along with the Ski School and the Wolf Pup Program. Check out the Wolf Creek Blog for updates and information, as well as their social media pages, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to keep up with the weather this early snowfall brings to Pagosa Springs. You can enjoy Treasure Stoke, Bonanza, and Nova lifts will allow for very early season conditions and obstacles. Lift tickets to access the operating lifts are available online or at the lodge.
The most wonderful time of the year decided to overstep spooky season in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, allowing you to show off your spooktacular skiing skills before jingling all the way home! Book your ski getaway at High Country Lodge and Cabins today to get shredding tomorrow!