After 46'' Of Snow This Season, Wolf Creek Set To Open 4 Lifts

After 46'' Of Snow This Season, Wolf Creek Set To Open 4 Lifts

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After 46'' Of Snow This Season, Wolf Creek Set To Open 4 Lifts

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After 19” fell on Wolf Creek over the past week, the ski area outside of Pagosa Springs, CO is getting ready to open 4 lifts this weekend to powder conditions!

So far this season, Wolf Creek has received 46” of snow and according to the ski area’s website, summit and mid-mountain snowdepths are both at 29”. Reports from the area indicate that the storm came in ‘rightside up,’ leaving powder snow ontop of a heavier base, providing for ideal early season powder skiing. And that’s exactly what Wolf Creek Ski Area is offering this weekend. Resort officials posted on their website that they will be running Treasure Stoke, Raven, Bonanza and Nova lifts through Sunday.

Lifts will run from 9am-4pm

Summit Snow Depth- 29”

Mid-Mountain Depth- 29”

24 Hour Snowfall- 3”

48 Hour Snowfall- 15”

YTD Snowfall- 46”

Wolf Creek Ski Area Yesterday

Wolf Creek Ski Area Yesterday

MOUNTAIN CONDITIONS

Surface Conditions: Powder/Packed Powder with early season conditions
Percentage Open: 40%
Skiable Acres: 640
Number of Lifts: 4
Water Fall Area: Closed
Alberta Peak Area: Closed
Knife Ridge: Closed
Horseshoe Bowl Area: Closed
Pick of the Hill: Tranquility

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