Wolf Creek received 5 inches of fresh snow on October 8th and temperatures have dropped. These are all good signs for snowy winter season!
The final days of construction for the Charity Jane Express, Wolf Creek's 10th lift, are coming together with the cable splice complete and now moving into the critical wiring stage. The last phase is drawing closer and summer projects are nearing completion. The lockers from Poland, are being installed in the Lynx Building and the Powder Room.
The new lift is a Doppelmayr high-speed, detachable quad chairlift named the Charity Jane Express. The name is a salute to Charity Jane Pitcher, past owner of Wolf Creek Ski Area. The new Charity Jane Express will be the third chairlift in the spacious 900-acre Alberta Area. Wolf Creek is also launching a new point-of-sale system in the rental shops, sport shops and all restaurants mountain wide! Charity Jane Express and the new point-of-sale system will debut during the upcoming ski season.
The tentative opening date for the 2018-2019 ski season is Friday, November 2, 2018. The opening date is subject to change and is dependent on weather, temperatures and natural snowfall. Announcements on the opening date will be found here and 1-800-SKI-WOLF.
Season Passes for the 2018-2019 ski season are now at regular rates and can be found by visiting the Season Pass page. Passes can be purchased online, by phone, mail or in person. If you are needed to complete your Season Pass Contract and Waiver please visit the eStore.
Check out the Wolf Creek Blog to see updates and information on the new Charity 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 ski patrol, lifts, food and beverage, ski school, ticket office and a photographer. To see the full job listing and download an application please visit the Employment Page.
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