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Ski Season Updates in Durango

Ski Season Updates in Durango

The snow keeps on falling on our mountain town and it quite possibly may look the happiest it has ever been, which means it is the moment we have all been waiting for – it’s POWDER season in Durango! Whether you want to get your turns in locally at Purgatory Resort, or you plan on traveling a bit out of town this ski season to check out each mountain nearby, you can be sure that you will not be disappointed by some fresh POW. Be sure to tag us on Instagram and Facebook and use the hashtag #dodurango to be featured on our page! Go ahead, rub it in that the rest of us have to work and you’re shredding away on the mountain– we honestly would LOVE to see it!





Purg is the word. Ready for laps of Blackburn’s Bash, Deadspike, Peace, and all your favorite runs? Same. The back side of the mountain just opened up and you can bet on a white Christmas, meaning more runs open and more terrain to explore! If you didn’t get a pass this year, don’t fret, just be sure to book your tickets HERE. Check out the snow report and winter webcams for the latest on fresh powder radar!


 PC: Purgatory Resort's Facebook Page


Small but mighty. Hesperus Ski Area is the place for local laps on 60 acres of skiable terrain boasting 26 trails. Be a real dare-devil and hit Purgatory during the day and then catch some rad night skiing on the way back into town. All Purgatory pass holders can ski at Hesperus for FREE. If you’re ready to rip post office hours, go ahead and get your season pass to Hesperus and get stoked! Hesperus Ski Area offers a number of specials, including the Power Kids ages 12 and under ski FREE, students nights for discounted lift tickets, free skiing for Seniors, and more.


 PC: Hesperus Ski Resort's Facebook Page


Heli Ski Season Open Day: November 25th -- Guided Season: Dec. 29th - March 12th, 2023

Steep and Deep. To be clear, that’s 1,819 acres of steep and deep– with the most expert terrain than any other ski area in North America. And you can drop in from a helicopter starting November 25th, with either single drops or a 6 Run Heli Day - it all depends on how much adrenaline you’re seeking out. If helicopters are a little much, then head up during the guided season. For more information on Silverton Mountain Ski Resort’s schedule with private mountain tours, guided skiing, unguided skiing and heli skiing, CLICK HERE!


 PC: Silverton Mountain's Facebook Page


First Chair of the season. Wolf Creek is known for the most amount of snow, i.e. the best powder, in the state of Colorado! Check out the snow report before heading up if you would like to, but we’re not making this up– it’s nothin’ but POWDER up there! lso, check out the local appreciation days for the best prices!


 PC: Wolf Creek's Facebook Page


Legendary. Telluride Ski Resort is the epitome of an amazing local ski resort. It will take you more than just one day to explore all that the mountain has to offer!  Telluride is known for steep slopes with up to 4,425 feet or vertical drops. Plus, it’s hard to beat those views. Purchase your tickets HERE and be sure to check out the snow report before you go! 


PC: Telluride Ski Resort's Facebook Page




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