Wolf Creek Ski Area Extends Operations Through Easter Sunday – Pagosa Daily Post News Events & Video for Pagosa Springs Colorado

Photo by Kevin Bruce, courtesy of Wolf Creek Ski Area.

Sunday, April 17 is Wolf Creek’s closing date for the 2021-22 ski season. Spring Break crowds took advantage of excellent conditions with two back-to-back storms last week refreshing the slopes for skiers and snowboarders. Mid-point base depth is 109 inches and Wolf Creek year-to-date snowfall is 357 inches.

Spring Break week will culminate with a visit to Smokey Bear on Thursday, March 17. Smokey will speak with skiers and snowboarders from the Forest Service, the partnership between the Forest Service and the Wolf Creek Ski Resort, and of course the wildfires. Smokey Bear will revisit the ski area on March 22 and 24.

Tuesday Turns ski and snowboard clinic with return March 29th with the last clinic of the season followed by a local appreciation day on Wednesday March 30th.

April kicks off with a hectic weekend. Saturday April 2 includes a Super G College Day and Wolf Creek Challenge Series race followed by a local appreciation day on Sunday April 3.

Additional events, including local Appreciation Days, will be added to the expanded calendar and announced on WolfCreekSki.com.

Wolf Creek’s closing date will include a traditional Easter Egg Hunt hosted by the Easter Bunny. Skiers and snowboarders can celebrate closing day with lift tickets at local appreciation rates.

Additional Wolf Creek season announcements and information are available at WolfCreekSki.com.

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Alicia R. Rucker