iHeartMedia Snow Report
Updated: Wednesday, November 26, 2014 08:07 AM
Next Update: As conditions require...
Durango Mountain Resort (Purgatory): 0 New. 2 Storm. Will start the season on Friday, Nov. 28 and be open through Sunday, Nov. 30. Purgatory will have top-to-bottom skiing and riding off Lift 1, the 6-person high speed Purgatory Village Express Lift, and Lift 2 with trails open that are adjacent to Lift 2, down Demon to the base. The DC Terrain Park and Angel’s Tread Terrain Park will be open all weekend as well. Purgatory is kicking off its 49th ski season with $49 lift tickets! Discounted lift tickets are available Friday through Sunday. Prices are $49 adults (18-64 years); $30 kids (6-12 yrs); $39 teens (13 – 17 yrs); $42 seniors (65-79 yrs); and $22 super seniors (80+ yrs). Purgatory season passes, as well as weekday passes, will be honored all weekend from Friday through Sunday. Durango Mountain Resort will be closed Monday through Thursday next week and then re-open next Friday through Sunday and will be open on weekends only (Fridays through Sundays) until conditions permit daily operations, most likely around mid-December.
Wolf Creek: 0 New. 3 Storm. 3 New This Week. 27 Inch Base. 6/6 Lifts Running. 54/77 Trails (50% of Trails Open). Now open daily for the season. The Alberta Lift is now open too. Lift tickets now at their normal rate of $63. Local's Day is Sunday, November 30th! Lift ticket prices will be $41 for Adults and $24 for Children and Seniors.
Silverton Mountain: Opening day TBD. 5 feet of snow on parts of the mountain already.
Telluride Resort: 1 New. 5 Storm. 19 New This Week. 30 Inch Base. Now open with 5 trails and 5 lifts.
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Snow Reports From the Rest of New Mexico:
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Snowfall amounts are listed in inches. Surface conditions are noted as follows: P=Powder, PP=Packed Powder, MG=Machine Groomed Snow, HP=Hard Packed, SP=Spring Conditions, VC=Variable Conditions, NR=No Report From Ski Area, N/A=Not Applicable, T=Trace.
What's New This Season?There is plenty new at your favorite snow sports area for the 2013-2014 season. Details coming soon. for now, click here to check all that's new and improved from last season.
Ski New Mexico
Colorado Ski Country
New Mexico National Weather Service
Colorado National Weather Service
Colorado Mtn Weather & Avalanche Report
Detailed Ski Area Forecast From SnowForecast
Warren Miller Films & Info
National Forest Service (has fall color info and more)
Colorado Ski History Web Site (includes info on closed NM/CO areas)