OUR EPIC SNOW SEASON IS ALMOST OVER

Although we are hoping for a few months of off-season winter sports, Wolf Creek Ski area has scheduled a tentative closing day of April 7, 2019.

Often referred to as Gaper Day, the last day of ski/snowboard season tends to be an afternoon of friends, costumes, tailgating, and more! Gaper Day is essentially the April Fool’s of the mountain– an event you’ll be sorry if you miss! So get your costumes ready and join us for the fun at Wolf Creek!

Pints and Pools Festival

Join the Hot Springs in their annual Pints and Pool where there will be a beer tasting from many different brewery’s all over Colorado and New Mexico! Saturday April 27th. A ticket just for the tasting is $50. To soak and be in the tasting is $75! This is the 5th year anniversary of The Hot Springs Resort and Spa, annual Pints and Pools Brew Fest. Click on the image below to purchase your tickets now. They sell fast!….

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Photo Creds to The Hot Springs Resort Facebook

Spring Break @ Wolf Creek!!

Wolf Creek Ski year to date snowfall is at 400 inches with more to come!! Starting March 9th, the week of Spring Break will have afternoon sales! If you haven’t been up to Wolf Creek this year
yet, Spring Break is the time to check it out.08B31323-97CE-41C3-A1C6-7A1CD74ABA2F

                                                          Photo Credits to Wolf Creek Ski and Resort

Ice Melt Contest

The Pagosa Springs Rotary Club will be hosting this ice melt contest on Hatcher Lake. The date of the Ice melt is still being determined but the last day to make a guess will be 03/20/2019. Individual guesses are $5. 5 guesses for $20 and 30 guesses for $100. How it’s done is they haul a drum out to the lake and attached to the drum are clocks. Once the ice gives way and the clocks go under water they’ll stop working. The grand prize winner gets $1,000, second place gets $500 and third gets $250. All proceeds go to the Pagosa Springs Graduating High School  Senior Scholarship fund. For more information click on the image below!…

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Photo Credits to Google Images

 

Tubing Hill!

With the amount of snow Pagosa Springs has received lately the only tubing hill in town is open! Located at High Country Lodge going towards Wolf Creek. $15 per person to tube for an hour and a half and for children 3 and under, or smaller than 42 inches, can ride for free. Click on the image below to book a time now. Only open Friday’s through Sunday’s from 11am to 5pm.
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300 INCHES AND COUNTING!

WolfCreekSki.com has reported 305 inches of snow have fallen on the mountain this season! Currently, the midway base sits at 118 inches of snow. Not only does Wolf Creek Mountain have more snow than any other Colorado resort this year, it is also one of the most reasonably priced resorts in the state. If you haven’t taken advantage of the fresh powder, you’re missing out!

Click on the image from WolfCreekSki.com, and visit their site for more information!
Click on the image from WolfCreekSki.com, and visit their site for more information!

 

 

Cerebrotini: Stirred, But Not Shaken

This week, our local Thingamajig Theatre presents Cerebrotini: Stirred, But Not Shaken. The Karl Isberg play is said to be a dark comedy full of Pagosa Springs flavor. As a local author, Isberg has excellent insight into Pagosa Springs’ history. In this work, he seeks to answer the question “are there cocktails in the afterlife”?

More information about the play and tickets can be found by clicking on the image below:

Image and Information Courtesy of PagosaCenter.org
Image and Information Courtesy of PagosaCenter.org

 

Music to My Ears

Lacey Black a solo pianist, playing live music at Pagosa Brewing Co. & Grill this Saturday night at 6pm. Pagosa Brewing is a great family friendly restaurant with great food. Click on the image below to check out Pagosa Brewing’s menu!…

 

Pagosa-Springs-Brewing-CoPhoto Cred to Google Images

 

Will It Be An Early Spring?

Over the weekend, Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow upon emerging from his burrow. Traditionally, an early Spring is expected when the groundhog does not see his shadow. Although his predictions aren’t always accurate, we are a little excited about the thought of an early Spring! Until then, come enjoy the fresh powder and winter fun in our quaint little mountain town! Wolf Creek Ski Area has 13″ of fresh snow from the current storm. What’s your favorite season in Pagosa Springs?

 

Groundhog's Day
Photo Courtesy of CNN.com