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January 2020!

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Holiday Break 2019!

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

 
Wolf Creek Ski Area welcomed a storm Christmas Day that left 27 inches followed by another fast and furious storm that dropped significant snowfall. The storms that delivered big snow for Wolf Creek elevated the year-to-date snowfall total to 193 inches!
 
Clouds and sunshine greeted skiers and boarders visiting for the holiday breaks.
 
24 hours: 11”
48 hours: 22”
72 hours: 27”
7 day: 54”
Midway Depth: 85”
Year-to-Date: 193”
 
For more information see http://wolfcreekski.com.
 
Permission to use photos granted it is credited to Christi Bode, courtesy of Wolf Creek Ski Area.
 

December Powder!

Press Release 12/16/19:

Wolf Creek Ski Area has epic skiing and boarding after a 40” pre-Christmas storm crept into the Southern San Juans!

 

24 hours: 23”
48 hours: 32”
72 hours: 40”
 
Storm Total: 40″
Midway Depth:  67”
Year-to-Date:  139”
 
Accommodations can be found in the mountains towns of Pagosa Springs and South Fork.  Lodging information can be found, along with the most up-to-date snow report, by visiting WolfCreekSki.com
 
Permission to use photo granted it is credited to Sam Bricker, courtesy of Wolf Creek Ski Area.

 

 

Events & Clinic Series Kick Off for the 2019-2020 Season

 

Thanksgiving 2019 Highlights!

 

Wolf Creek Ski Area, CO Reopens for the Season!

Wolf Creek is excited to announce the opening of the upper mountain this weekend with Treasure Stoke, Bonanza, Elma, Nova, Lynx and the Magic Carpet lifts operating from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.!  The mountain will now be open 7 days a week starting Saturday, November 23rd!  The Ski Area is closed today, Friday, November 22nd.  

Wolf Creek has received 18 inches of fresh powder from the latest storm; the midway base is 23 inches.  This new snow comes just in time for the Thanksgiving Holiday!  Conditions are powder, packed powder with early season conditions and obstacles.  The year-to-date snowfall total is 40 inches.  Wolf Creek has excellent early season skiing!

The Wolf Creek Ski School will be available, for both adults and children, including the Wolf Pup Program.  The Ski Rental, Boarder Dome and Treasure Sports will also reopen.

To celebrate the opening of the upper mountain, Wolf Creek will be offering the local appreciation rate until further notice.  Local appreciation rates are $54 for adults, $36 for seniors and $29 for children.  There will be entertainment in the Main Day Lodge this weekend with Christof the One Man Band from Taos.

The Wolf Creek Lodge will be open this weekend with a full menu as well as the Prospector Grill, the Continental Espresso Bar and Base Camp, Wolf Creek’s Picnic Building.

The Wolf Creek Lodge will serve a festive lunch special Thanksgiving Day inclusive of a cornish game hen, traditional sides and a dessert of your choice.  Prospector Grill and Base Camp will also be open!

 
Accommodations can be found in the mountain towns of Pagosa Springs and South Fork. Lodging information can be found, along with the most up-to-date snow report, by visiting WolfCreekSki.com
 
Photo credit to Rosanne Pitcher, courtesy of Wolf Creek Ski Area.