Wolf Creek Ski Area contributes to the local and regional communities through a number of programs that include substantially reduced lift and lesson tickets, as well as donated time, materials and manpower to others. As a part of Wolf Creek's commitment to its special use permit through the US Forest Service, Wolf Creek has offered skiing at affordable rates to ensure the public's recreational use of the Wolf Creek Ski Area in the beautiful San Juan Mountains.
Providing the Cross Country track at the base of Wolf Creek Ski Area. The track is a 10 km loop and is groomed on a regular basis. There is no fee to use this amenity and it is currently very popular to the skate skiers, classic cross country skiers and people who enjoy snow-shoeing.
Wolf Creek hosts the Free Fun Race Series each winter with a full schedule of races and prizes at no cost to the public.
Skiers/Boarders who are over 80 years of age ski free.
Wolf Creek hosted the US Freestyle Team in 2011 - 2012 and provided free lift tickets, on-mountain services, breakfast and lunches for coaches and ski team members during the early part of November.
The San Juan River Project in Pagosa Springs: Wolf Creek has donated use of its heavy equipment and skilled man-hours. This project has been on-going for the past six years. Along with the rafters, kayakers and fisherman, the river attracts locals and tourists all summer long. Wolf Creek has also participated in the Animas River Project, in Durango as well.
Wolf Creek donated the heavy equipment and skilled labor while making a soccer field for the Pagosa Springs High School.
Wolf Creek Ski Area is a major contributor to the Creede School Endowment Foundation. This foundation provides college scholarship funds to graduating high school students in Creede. Wolf Creek is located in Mineral County and recognizes the importance of educational opportunities for local students.
Wolf Creek offers military discounts for active members of the United States military and their dependent families who bring their US military ID cards. This program is extremely popular and has increased in size each season.
Wolf Creek is a member of Colorado Ski Country USA, a marketing group for 26 Colorado ski areas which offers a 5th and 6th graders ski free program.
Contributions were made to the San Luis Valley Play Park at the Elementary School in Monte Vista for playground equipment.
Grooming equipment, (snow-cat with implement) were donated along with skis, boots and poles to the Lake City Ski Hill.
Annual food and beverage contributions are made to the San Luis Valley food banks.
Contributions were made to the Pagosa Mountain Hospital in Pagosa Springs, CO.
Wolf Creek Ski Area hosts a United Way Day each January and donates a portion of each lift ticket sold to the United Way Foundation.
Wolf Creek provides complimentary lift tickets for a number of fundraising organizations; tickets are awarded based on needs.
Camp Robbers (Ages 5 to 8), Ladies, Men, Seniors and Tele-mark clinics, Blizzard/Wolf Riders (Ages 9 to 12)