Wolf Creek Opens Tomorrow, with Limited Runs

Wolf Creek Ski Area is opening for weekend skiing, starting tomorrow, Saturday, November 11 and Sunday, November 12.

Wolf Creek got 8 inches from a recent storm, and has received 26 inches year-to-date this season. The midway settled base is 10 inches.

Nova Lift, Wolf Creek’s beginner double chairlift, is operating from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. with both natural and man-made snow conditions. Nova and Susan’s runs are open for skiing and snowboarding with lift tickets $28 for adults, seniors and children.

Treasure and Bonanza Lifts are also operating with very early season conditions. A few of the main trails including: Tranquility, Treasure, Powder Puff Valley, Windjammer, and Charisma are open. Lift tickets to access Treasure and Bonanza are $48 for adults, $31 for seniors and $26 for children.

More terrain will open as conditions become available.

Photo courtesy Wolf Creek Ski Area.

The Wolf Creek Lodge will be open with a limited lunch menu. Pathfinder Bar will also be open. The Ski School will be available for both adults and children, including the Wolf Pup Program. The Ski Rental and BoarderDome will be open as well as Treasure Sports.

Wolf Creek is taking applications for several departments including ski patrollers, lift operators, food and beverage staff, ski school, sport shop and base operations employees. Please check out the Employment Page to download an application.

Check out all the great new skis and snowboards at Noel Sports online.

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