Wolf Creek to Open for the Season Tomorrow, Nov. 21

Wolf Creek Ski Area is pleased to announce they will officially open for the 2017-2018 ski season tomorrow, Tuesday, November 21.

Photo by Chris Rapp, courtesy of Wolf Creek Ski Area.

Nova Lift, Wolf Creek’s beginner double chairlift, will operate from 9:00am. to 4:00pm with both natural and man-made snow conditions. Nova and Susan’s runs will open for skiing and snowboarding with lift tickets $28 for adults, seniors and children.

Treasure and Bonanza Lifts will also operate with very early season conditions. Lift tickets to access Treasure and Bonanza Lifts are $48 for adults, $31 for seniors and $26 for children. These lifts will give access to skiing on the upper mountain. Expect unmarked obstacles.

More terrain will open as conditions become available.

Summit Base Depth: 14″
Midway Base Depth: 14″
New Snow (24 Hours): 0″
New Snow (48 Hours): 10″
New Snow (72 Hours): 12″
New Snow (7 Days): 12″
Latest Storm Total: 12″
Year-to-Date: 38″

Continental Espresso Bar is open for the season. The Wolf Creek Lodge is open with a limited lunch menu, as well as Pathfinder Bar.

The Ski School is available for both adults and children, including the Wolf Pup Program with the Magic Carpet running for lessons. The Ski Rental and BoarderDome is open, as well as Treasure Sports.

The Nordic Track was groomed and set November 17.

Drop by www.wolfcreekski.com for the most up-to-date information and to visit the Wolf Creek online store, now offering gift cards, t-shirts, hats and more.

Please email wolfcreekski@wolfcreekski.com for other information inquiries.


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