Beginning about an hour before moonrise, an informative lecture is followed by the music of Charles Martinez’ Native American flute as the full moon rises. The complete package lasts about four hours including check-in, driving to the mesa top, touring the Mesa Village trail, and hiking to the Great House Pueblo. The hike back down the high mesa occurs after dark. Water, flashlights, blanket or mat for ground seating (no chairs) are recommended. not suitable for children under 8. $25. 

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Check-in time for the Early tour/FM/eclipse on the 15th is 6:00 – 6:15 PM. For just the FM/eclipse the check-in is 6:30 – 7:00 PM.

Spring is Around the Corner…

And that means more adventures are awaiting. When the snow subsides, we still love to get outside and enjoy various activities, like hiking, fishing or simply enjoying a beer on the river at Riff Raff Brewing.

 Pagosa offers plenty of rivers and lakes, go catch some cuties!


Check out the local shops for fly fishing gear and more to get a head start!

Snow Report

• Wolf Creek has received 28″ of fresh snow in the recent storm, with another round of snow in the forecast this week.

• Our all-natural snow depth is 110″ at the midway.

• Conditions are Powder/Packed Powder with extensive grooming throughout the mountain.

• The Meadow Loop and Lake Spur Nordic Trails have been groomed and track-set on March 8.

As of 10:30am there are not incidents to report on US 160 from Pagosa Springs to Wolf Creek Pass. Roads are plowed but may be icy coming over the pass. Use caution and drive safe!

Road conditions and restrictions in the area may be found by visiting