Wolf Creek Ski Area opens this weekend, joining 3 other ski resorts

DENVER – If you’ve been dying to travel south to ski in Pagosa Springs for the past week or so, we have some good news: Wolf Creek Ski Area announced Thursday they’ll be back open for the season starting Saturday.

The ski area will have its beginner double chairlift, the Nova Lift, operational starting at 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Nov. 11 and 12, according to a Wolf Creek Ski Area spokesperson.

Nova and Susan’s runs will be open for skiing and snowboarding, the spokesperson added.

Some of the main trails including Tranquility, Treasure, Powder Puff Valley, Windjammer, and Charisma will be open to the public.

The Wolf Creek Lodge will also be open for limited lunch menu.

Lift tickets for all skiers and snowboarders will cost $28, the spokesperson told Denver7.

And if you’re looking for a job in the area, the resort is takin applications for ski patrollers, lift operators, food and beverage staff, ski school, sport shop and base operations employees. You can check out the full listings by clicking here.

On Wednesday, three Colorado ski resorts in Summit County announced they would open for the 2017-2018 ski and snowboarding season this weekend.

Breckenridge, Copper Mountain and Keystone will begin operations on Friday, Nov. 10 starting at 9 a.m.

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