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Snow Trax 5 | Wolf Creek Plus Current Ski Conditions
Overview of Wolf Creek

Wolf Creek & Pagosa Springs: A Visit to the White Realm | Read all about Wolf Creek and Pagosa Springs, then get current regional ski conditions. |  By Daniel Gibson | Count me among the most fortunate of in our corner of the world, as I just returned from a ski outing to Wolf Creek and the charming town of Pagosa Springs, Colorado. On the drive north, we entered the white realm as we reached the higher elevations near Chama, … Read More

What is the Elevation of Santa Fe, NM?
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Nestled happily in the foothills of the Sangre De Cristo Mountains, Santa Fe is in the Northern Rio Grande Valley on the southern end of the Rocky Mountains. The City of Santa Fe itself sits at a whopping 7,198 ft above sea level, and is the highest capital city and third highest city in America. It doesn’t stop there either. If you head up to Ski Santa Fe you will be at the base elevation of 10,350ft, and if you … Read More

Snow Trax 2 | Dec. 3, 2020
Downhill skier at Taos Ski Valley.

COVID Still Rules Ski Scene | By Daniel Gibson | No New Mexico ski areas have announced opening dates as of Wednesday morning, but we are getting very close to that happening, and Colorado resorts are up and running. On Nov. 30, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham released a plan that will allow individual counties to begin re-opening businesses and outdoor recreation as they hit certain milestones in the global fight against COVID-19. The governor’s press release stated, “In an effort … Read More

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