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About Wolf Creek
The Wolf Creek Ski Area is located between South Fork and Pagosa Springs in the San Juan and Rio Grande National Forests. The area is family owned, very family friendly and one of Colorado's oldest and finest ski resorts. The alpine ski resort rises from 10,300 feet at the base to 11,900 feet at the summit. The ski area receives an average of 465 inches of natural snowfal and boasts "the most snow in Colorado." It is host to many fun programs throughout the ski season for skiers and riders of all ages and abilities including: womens' clinics, telemark clincs, college days, local appreciation days, fun races, equipment demo days, and Wolf Pups for children 4 and over. Wolf Creek lift tickets are about one half the cost of tickest at the big name Colorado resorts. If you like powder and want to ski the locals' favorite stashes, just let me know ...I'd love to be your personal mountain guide. Check out www.wolfcreekski.com/webcam.asp for the latest conditions!
Rio Grande National Forest
These 1.86 million acres of southwestern Colorado remain as one of the undiscovered gems of the state. From the 7,600-foot alpine desert to the 14,300-foot Sandre de Cristo Wilderness, the forest contains a wide range of ecosystems. For outdoor enthusiasts of any kind, there is plenty to do. Whether it be by foot, driving, or riding, there is something here for everyone. In the winter, snowshoeing, skiing and snowmobiling are among the most popular forms of recreation in the forest. Other seasonal activites include camping, picnicking, hiking, riding ATV's, river rafting, kayaking, horseback riding, mushrood foraging, rock climbing and more. The National lForest areas also provide some of the best fishing and hunting in the state of Colorado.
Rio Grande County
As one of the 64 counties in Colorado, Rio Grande is named for the major river which flows through the county. It county seat is Del Norte and the county is home to 12,413 residents. Rio Grande County sits in the San Luis Valley and is the gateway to the San Juan Mountains. The cities and towns in the county are Center, Del Norte, Monte Vista and South Fork. Also in the county is the Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge.