After a 20 inch storm this week, Wolf Creek Ski Area, Colorado has announced they will be opening for weekends starting October 13th! Wolf Creek currently has a base at the midway of 14 inches. The ski area will open three lifts from 9:00am to 4:00 pm this Saturday and Sunday. Access to the lifts will be at the Local Appreciation rate of $50 for adults, $33 for seniors, and $27 for children. Find more information on the mountain opening at WolfCreekSki.com, or by clicking on the image below.
Photo by Rosanne H. Pitcher, courtesy of Wolf Creek Ski Area.
We will be teaming with our neighbor, The Choke Cherry Tree, for a Customer Appreciation Day on June 23, 2018 from 8am-6pm. We’re donating our bouncy house to the lawn party, while The Choke Cherry Tree will be offering free samples and prizes! Hot air balloons and a Quick Draw with the San Juan Sharp Shooters will also be going on.
Stop by our office from 10am to 2pm for snacks… Premier Giveaways to anyone wanting to discuss buying, selling or renting out their homes! Or call ahead to make an appointment after hours (970)507-8655.
With 24″ at the base of Wolf Creek Ski Area, both the Ski Area and town of Pagosa Springs are excited for the forecasted snow this weekend! The snow comes just in time for Wolf Creek’s College Day on January 21 and their Locals Appreciation Day on January 24; both days offering discounted lift tickets.
The annual Pagosa Springs Winterfest will return February 2-4, 2018. The Winterfest is a fun-filled family event, including activities such as fat bike races, sled races, a ‘penguin plunge’ and more! The Pagosa Springs Chamber of Commerce encourages locals and visitors to get involved in the daily festival activities. More information can be found on the Chamber’s website, or by clicking on the picture below.
As of Tuesday, Wolf Creek will be open seven days a week for the 2017-2018 season! Lucky for Pagosa Springs locals and visitors, our mountain is known for some of the most affordable skiing and snowboarding, Very short lift lines, and excellent powder. With an average of 480″ per year, Wolf Creek is always a contender for most snow in Colorado.
Whether you’re a local, want to be a local, or are just visiting for a spell, the 22nd Annual Four Corners Folk Festival is a fun way to spend the first weekend in September enjoying some killer folk and bluegrass music in the San Juan mountains. This famous festival is being held right here in Pagosa Springs and features headliners like Los Lobos, The Accidentals, and the Drunken Hearts. The festival runs from Sept 1st-3rd, 2017 on our beautiful Reservoir Hill which is full of trails and, just recently, a beautiful herd of moose were even spotted nearby.
Come listen to music, hang out, dance, and, when you’re not enjoying the festival, check out our local hot springs and hiking trails.
See you there!
*Looking for a place to stay? We still have a few vacation rentals available so book now and come hang out with us at the festival.
(Follow the link in the picture to Pagosa.com and get the FULL scoop!)
This is a dear friend of mine named Ralph and I at the top of Pagosa Peak. I like to think of him as my own personal Sherpa. If you’re new to the area, get out there and explore!!! Nothing is more exhilarating than conquering a mountain, especially for an ex-city boy~ (even if it is only 12,600′ elevation)