Colorado Ski Area Digs Out Snowcat Buried By 11 FEET of Snow (Wolf Creek)

Colorado Ski Area Digs Out Snowcat Buried By 11 FEET of Snow (Wolf Creek)

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Colorado Ski Area Digs Out Snowcat Buried By 11 FEET of Snow (Wolf Creek)

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Snowcat is completely buried in this photo. Marked by the pole sticking out of the ground.

Wolf Creek Ski Area in southern Colorado has been blessed by the snow gods above over the last 3 weeks. A whopping 131 inches, or 10.9 feet, of snow has fallen on the ski area since December 23rd.

All of that pow has made for excellent ski conditions, but there was just one problem… The ski area had to dig out a snowcat that was completely buried by the copious amounts of snow.

Wolf Creek took to Facebook to share some pictures of the recovery mission, and it was too good for us not to share.

Stay tuned here at Unofficial Networks for any updates on the Horseshow Bowl Snowcat recovery mission!

Featured Image Credit: Wolf Creek Ski Area/Augie Sparrow

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