Wolf Creek Ski Area is known for deep powder and its great mix of beautiful pristine terrain. Every ability level and age group enjoys the quality and abundance of snow as well as the friendly atmosphere that is eminently present.
Located in Southern Colorado, Wolf Creek has a reputation for early-season skiing, excellent homemade food and pastries available in the lodge, and is notorious for receiving the most snow in the state. So far this season, Wolf Creek has received 339 inches of snow, and given that this is an El Nino year, that number could climb much higher before the season ends.
When you visit Wolf Creek be sure to check to see if the Horseshoe Bowl SnowCat Shuttle is running. They run the Snow Cat after large storm cycles because otherwise its a 45-minute hike from the top of the Alberta Lift over the Knife Ridge, past the saddle and up into the bowl. The SnowCat will pick up skiers and boarders at the Dow Chutes and take them to the Horseshoe Bowl. Check the Wolf Creek homepage and snow report to see if the cat is operating that day. By the way, the cat is free with purchase of a lift ticket.
Spring Break is almost here and Wolf Creeks ski school will likely be busy. Be sure to schedule lessons in advance by calling 970-264-5639 for private lessons or for group lessons forbeginnersandchildren, reservations can be made online 48 hours in advance.
The next holiday race is theSpring Fling Raceon Saturday, March 12th. Race your friends or just challenge your fastest time. The race is free and open to skiers and snowboarders of all ages and abilities.
Also, there will be aLadies Ski and Board Clinicon Saturday, March 12th too. Ladies can purchase a lift ticket and 2 hour morning lesson of any ability for just $82.
Wolf Creek has premium demo skis and snowboards available foronline reservationtoo.
That’s it for now from Wolf Creek.