Dust off your skis and snowboards—the 2020/2021 season is here!
After a season cut short due to COVID-19, ski season is finally back! Wolf Creek Ski Area in Pagosa Springs became the first in Colorado to open its doors on Wednesday, October 28. After receiving approval for its pre-season plan from the Silver Thread Health District, Wolf Creek decided it was time to let skiers and boarders back on the mountain.
The snowstorm Sunday and Monday brought 22 inches of snow in the region, and guests will have access to about 600 acres of trails.
According to Wolf Creek's announcement, all visitors must wear a face covering and social distance in all property areas to comply with Colorado State Guidelines. The company will not sell a ticket to anyone without a face covering.
If you're ready to head to the mountains, Wolf Creek lift tickets are available online and at the ticket office. The ski area recommends guests bring their own water and food, as indoor seating and food services are not operating at this time.
Wolf Creek is also offering 2020/2021 season passes at regular rates. Purchase them online or via telephone, and check out the pricing here.
While Wolf Creek is the first to officially open, many Colorado ski areas have released their COVID-19 safety guidelines for the upcoming season. Explore them all in our post about them here.
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