Welcome to the new WolfCreekSki.com!!
Wolf Creek has received 4" of snow overnight & 50" of snow in the last week! Our all-natural snow depth is 159" at the midway, with a year to date snowfall total of 470". Conditions are excellent with Powder/Packed Powder and extensive grooming throughout the mountain.
Wolf Creek Lift Tickets from third parties are fraudulent and are not redeemable. Protect yourself and only purchase Wolf Creek Lift Tickets from this website or at the Ticket Windows at Wolf Creek Ski Area. Wolf Creek DOES NOT offer discounted, half-priced or promotional tickets on any other platforms, social media or otherwise.
Lift tickets are at Regular Rates today, Monday, March 27th - $85 for Adults, $54 for Seniors and $42 for Children. For the protection of our guests, Wolf Creek Ski Area will now require both the purchaser's I.D. and the credit card used to purchase Wolf Creek lift tickets when picking up lift tickets. The Ticket Office is opened 8am-4pm daily. Guests are welcome to pickup tickets in advance.
Tuesday Turns returns tomorrow, March 28th! Skiers and snowboarders (age 13-64) of all ability levels can purchase a two-hour morning lesson and lift ticket for $107. Seniors can purchase the lesson, lift ticket combo for $88.
Wednesday, March 29th is Local Appreciation Day - Everyone is a local! Lift tickets will be $62 for adults, $43 for seniors and $32 for children.
The Ski School, Ski and Snowboard Rentals, Treasure Sports, Pathfinder Bar, Prospector Grill, Continental Espresso Bar and the Wolf Creek Lodge are open. The Raven's Roost is open Wednesday through Sunday; the restrooms downstairs are open daily.
Wolf Creek continues to accept 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 groomed and track set on March 25th.
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.