It snowed in Colorado this past weekend… A lot! Wolf Creek Pass received 14 inches of powder overnight, and Pagosa Springs woke up to steady snowfall! With snow starting to fall, now is the time to prepare your home for winter. Check our Winter Prep Guide out to see what you should do to prepare for winter!
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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, canride for free. Click on the image below to book a time now. Only open Friday’s through Sunday’s from 11am to 5pm.
Photo Credit to High Country Lodge
Come shred some powder this Sunday, February 24th up at Wolf Creek! Any college student just $50!.. Make sure you bring your college photo ID and a current printed class schedule! After, come soak in the worlds deepest hot springs @ The Hot Springs. If you’re a Fort Lewis college student just show your ID and you’ll get to soak at a local rate! Enjoy this fine winter storm everyone and be safe! Photo Creds to Google Images
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?