Royal Gorge Cross Country Ski Resort to open for upcoming season |

Royal Gorge Cross Country Ski Resort to open for upcoming season

David Madison for Royal GorgeRoyal Gorge offers thousands of kilometers of terrain on top of the world at Donner Summit.
David Madison |

SODA SPRINGS, Calif. and#8212; The recent news Royal Gorge Cross Country Ski Resort is in receivership will not impact day-to-day operations. The receivership is in place to maintain operations, business as usual.

and#8220;Despite the obstacles Royal Gorge has faced, there has been a great amount of support from the staff, community and customers to see this resort continue to succeed. I am confident the upcoming winter will be one of our best,and#8221; said David Achey, general manager of Royal Gorge.

Season passes for the upcoming winter are available for purchase. Royal Gorge is extending the early season rates, $375 for an adult pass, through Oct. 31. Royal Gorge will be open Thursday-Tuesday 9 a.m.-4 p.m., closed Wednesday, except holiday periods. Holiday dates are available at Dogs are now allowed on select trails Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Dog passes can be purchased for $5 at Summit Station.

Guests can continue to expect the personalized service and spectacular views for which the resort is known. Royal Gorge is a full service Nordic resort including: rental services, lessons, kidand#8217;s camp, cafe, lodging and some of the best skiing in the area.

For more information, please call 530-426-3871, ext. 103 or e-mail

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