Wolf Creek Ski Blog

February 2020


January 2020!

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Still fresh lines to be had! Thanks @echadwilliams

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Holiday Break 2019!



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!