Come and Visit our New vacation rental COLORADO LOVE!
Come and Visit our New vacation rental COLORADO LOVE!
Here are some extra recourses to help you stay connected to the fire: Please follow the link to read the latest release from the Pagosa Sun:
To get details on the fire, including size please go to the link below, you will need to search for our location on the map: https://data.coloradoan.com/fires/?fbclid=IwAR3uaaKsebpTKOrLqzyFZkgu3z8l5EEPgTPKY5vjmZ3ERU00aJk4ggp0gZc
Citizens can sign up for emergency alerts at: https://www.archuletacounty.org/569/Citizens-Alert
—-Our community is staying connected through this, offering resting places for refuge for our Fire Fighters—-
*The Lost Cajun in Pagosa is offering free meals for all fire crew!
*Sage Eatery is doing the same, including water fill stations and a nice rest stop.
*MEE Hmong Cuisine will be offering free meals for fire fighters as well.
Pagosa is a tight knit and loving community and will continue to support our hero’s during this time. Stay safe and strong and a BIG thank you to all Medical and Fire Personnel, as well as our community for giving back!
Thursday, May 5th at 7pm.
Pagosa Center for the Arts
2313 Eagle Drive
$25 on Thursday, May 5th – Doors open at 6pm, show starts at 7pm
$30 on Friday and Saturday, May 6th & 7th
$25 on Thursday, May 12th
$35 for final weekend, Friday and Satruday, May 13th & 14th
Recommended age for mature audiences – 14 and up.
Purchase tickets at pagosacenter.org
Snow Report Rundown:
• Wolf Creek has an all-natural snow depth of 90″ at the midway, with a year-to-date snowfall total of 382″.
• Conditions are Spring Conditions with extensive grooming throughout the mountain.
• The Meadow Loop and Lake Spur Nordic Trails were groomed and track-set on Friday, April 1st.
• Road conditions and restrictions in the area may be found by visiting COTrip.org.
• Wednesday, April 13th, is Local Appreciation Day – Everyone is a local! Lift tickets will be $60 for adults, $41 for seniors and $31 for children.
• Easter Weekend, April 16th & 17th, has bonus deals & festivities!
~ Saturday, April 16th: College Day & Easter Fun Race
~ Sunday, April 17th: Local Appreciation Day, Easter Bunny & Easter Egg Hunt
Did you know Pagosa Springs use to be a pit stop for supplies for miners? The town did not advance into a vacation and retirement spot until the 1970’s. The town site was established in 1874 after control of the area was wrested from the Ute people (in whose language pagosa means “healing water”)
Closing Day for Wolf Creek Ski resort has been announced! April 17th will be the last day you can get your turns in using the ski lifts…but not the last day you can enjoy the snow before it melts away. Here are some notes from our local resort:
- Wolf Creek Ski Area is 100% open, 7-days a week, with lifts operating from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Wolf Creek is extending 7-day a week operations to Sunday, April 17th!
• Lift tickets are at Regular rates today, $82 for Adults, $51 for Seniors and $41 for Children.
• The Upper Lodge, Prospector Grill, Raven’s Roost, Continental, Pathfinder Bar and Base Camp are all open.
• Smokey Bear is visiting Wolf Creek Today, Thursday, March 24th. Smokey will be speaking with skiers and snowboarders about the Forest Service, their partnership with the ski area and, of course, wildfire prevention.
• Group Lessons are available for pre-purchase online at shop.wolfcreekski.com. Lessons must be purchased more than 2 days in advance of the lesson date.
• Uphill travel is permitted during operating hours only, from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.
• The Meadow Loop and the Lake Spur of the Nordic Track were groomed and track-set on March 22nd.
• Face coverings are recommended in all indoor public settings. A full 2021-22 COVID-19 Operating Plan can be found at WolfCreekSki.com.
• Visit wolfcreekski.com or call 1-800-SKI-WOLF for the most up-to-date information.
Did you read the italicized line? You read that correct. Smokey Bear is visiting Wolf Creek today! You’re never too old to learn how to prevent forest fires. Find out how to keep our beautiful mountains safe from harm in the warmer months
The past few weeks have been quite dry in Pagosa Springs, but luckily we are able to escape to the mountain where there is always a place for fun!
Our local ski resort has been blessed with 27 inches of fresh snow in the latest storm leaving us 13 inches of fresh pow in the last 24 hours. Blue skies are upon us today, resulting in powder packed and extensively groomed bluebird conditions. Year-to-date snow fall is currently residing at 251″
Wolf Creek Pass is located approximately 24 miles South East of Pagosa Springs in the beautiful San Juan mountains. A 30-40 minute drive from your new potential home! If you are looking to buy a home in Pagosa and start living the mountain life or continue your journey here, Wolf Creek is a perfect place to dip your toes (or edges) into some fun and experience an exciting life here.
If your family is new to skiing/riding and you are looking to have an out of body experience, Wolf Creek offers group or private lessons and rentals at an excellent price. Check out their website wolfcreekski.com to plan a trip.
This Sunday, February 6th Wolf Creek will be hosting a special event: A Fun Race! Race your friends or just challenge your own fastest time. Free and open to skiers and boarders of all ages and abilities. Sign up is from 9:30am to 10:30am in the Raven’s Nest building and the race is from 11am to 1pm on Charisma run.
If you are looking to buy a home in this sweet little town, make sure to check out the properties we have available on our website. Becoming a local has its benefits, such as access to local day rates at both Wolf Creek Pass and the Hot Springs located on the river through town. We have a lot of fun out here, and you could too! Make sure to tie in both of those places to your visit to get the full experience of winter in Pagosa. All four seasons are a blast!
Make sure to check back next week for more events and updates here in beautiful Pagosa.