Wow ! Pow Day ! February 15th
Good Afternoon! The snows are slowing after a foot of accumulation last night and another inch throughout today. This latest storm yields a midway stake reading of 95 inches while bringing our year-to-date total to an official 260 inches. The temperatures are expected to remain mild with an 80% likelihood of more light snow accumulation after 11 pm tonight.
CDOT is consistently plowing and often sanding the roads leading to Wolf Creek. Drive with caution as always.
Lifts are operating seven days a week from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. with 100% of the mountain open. Conditions are powder/packed powder with extensive grooming throughout the mountain.
Lifts are $72 for adults, $43 for seniors, and $37 for children.
The Horseshoe Bowl Snowcat Shuttle is running today, Friday, February 15th, conditions permitting.
This Sunday, February 17th, features the fun President’s Day Race. The race is free and open to all ages and ability levels.
The Nordic track was re-groomed, tilled and track-set on February 13th.
Check out the Wolf Creek Blog to see updates and information on events and happenings, as well as the new Charity Jane Lift! Photos, videos and updates can also be found by visiting Wolf Creek’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages.
Wolf Creek is taking applications for several departments including lifts, food and beverage, ski school, ticket office and base operations. To see the full job listing and download an application please visit the Employment Page.
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