Welcome to the new WolfCreekSki.com!!
Wolf Creek Ski Area is open for the 2022-2023 ski season with 7-day a week operations!
Wolf Creek has received 6" of snow in the last week. Wolf Creek's all-natural midway base is 25 inches! Conditions are Powder/Packed Powder/Wind Packed with excellent early season conditions and unmarked obstacles. The Raven, Alberta, Treasure Stoke, Bonanza, Elma, Charity Jane, Nova and Lynx lifts will open from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. with 90% of terrain open, including the Knife Ridge and Horseshoe Bowl. Wolf Creek has excellent early season conditions!
Lift tickets are at Local Appreciation rates today, Wednesday, November 30th: $62 for adults, $43 for seniors and $32 for children. Lift tickets will remain at Local Appreciation rates today & tomorrow, Thursday, December 1st.
The Ski School, Ski and Snowboard Rentals, Treasure Sports, Pathfinder Bar, Base Camp, Continental Espresso Bar and the Wolf Creek Lodge are open! The Prospector Grill is also open and will be serving breakfast to early arrivals starting at 8 AM. The Raven’s Roost Pizzeria is also open!
ALL pass holders, both new and returning, will need a new season pass card. All 2022-2023 Season Pass Holders who have not picked-up a new RFID card will need to stop by the Ticket Office their first day up to have their card printed. **Due to verification reasons, season pass cards will not be sent via mail, but are only available for in-person pick-up at the Ticket Office. Wolf Creek Ski Area is pleased to offer Season Pass Holders and guests the convenience of RFID and looks forward to a great season with the new technology!
Wolf Creek is gearing up for the season and is taking applications for all departments: lifts, ski school, food and beverage, base operations, retail, ticket office, snow reporter/customer service and more. Please check out the Employment Page to download an application.
Uphill travel is permitted during lift operating hours only. The Meadow Loop and Lake Spur Nordic Trails were last groomed on Thursday, November 24th.
Overnight parking in the Overflow Lot is permitted to ski area guests only, who are recreating on Wolf Creek Ski Area’s special use permit, i.e. ski area boundary, as well as participants of the Pass Creek Yurt.