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The Edge

Westword's guide to the 1997-98 ski and snowboard season

Breakfast should be had at the Rolling Pin Bakery (214 Hwy. 160 East), where the specialty is "really hot green chile," Greer says. And either The Malt Shop (River Center), for burgers, fries and shakes, or Paradise Brewpub (164 N. Pagosa Blvd.) would be his choice for lunch. "Southfork is closer to the mountain, but it's kind of a podunk town," Greer says. "So really, Pagosa Springs has all the good food."

General Information: 1-970-264-5629.
Snow Report: 1-970-264-5629 or 1-800-SKI-WOLF.
Location: 257 miles southwest of Denver via 1-25, or U.S. Hwy. 285 and U.S. Hwy. 160.

Opening and Closing Dates: Early November to mid-April
Hours: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Terrain: 20% beginner, 35% intermediate, 45% advanced. 800 skiable acres with a 1,425' vertical drop. Base: 10,350'; top: 11,775'; longest run: 2 miles.

Lifts: 2 triple chairs, 2 double chairs, 1 Poma lift, 1 rolling conveyor.
Lift Rates: Adult full-day $28.90; child full-day $18.70; senior $18.70.
Rentals: Adult $13; child $10; snowboard package $25.

Snowboarding/Cross-Country: Snowboarding welcome. Cross-country call 1-970-264-5629 for information.

Special Events: Martin Luther King Race, Jan. 18; Valentine & Presidents' Day Race, Feb. 14; Mardi Gras Race, Feb. 21; Final Fun Race, April 11.

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