- 6 lifts operating this weekend
- Powder/Packed Powder conditions
After claiming the ‘first to open in Colorado’ title, an honor usually bestowed to Loveland or A-Basin, Wolf Creek Ski Area continues to see snow storm after snow storm and they’ve already got a settled, natural base of 31″.
That comes after 16″ fell in the last 24 hours. Which leads us to our next point, Wolf Creek will open for the weekend (Sat/Sun). For those looking for their first powder turns of the season, the time is now. Head on up and get your powder grin on. Temps should stay mostly sunny but cold, leaving some freshies behind for Saturday.
LET IT SNOW!
Wolf Creek Forecast:
Wolf Creek Conditions Report:
24 Hour– 16″ | Base Depth — 31″ | Year-to-Date Snowfall — 56″
Wolf Creek received 16 inches of new snow in the past 24 hours, bringing the all-natural settled snow depth to 31 inches at the midway, as of Wednesday, October 31st. Wolf Creek’s year-to-date snowfall total is 56 inches!
Treasure Stoke, Bonanza, Raven, Elma, Lynx and Nova lifts will be operating with powder, packed powder and excellent early season conditions from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Lift tickets to access all six lifts will be $50 for adults, $33 for seniors and $27 for children.
The upper mountain has excellent early season conditions with a variety of terrain open for all ability levels. Expert terrain like Alberta Peak, Boundary Bowl, Montezuma Bowl and Step Bowl will all be open in addition to a wide variety of groomed trails. Terrain in the Waterfall Area will also open as conditions permit.
Nova and Susan’s runs will be open for skiing and snowboarding. Lift tickets for the Nova will be $29 for adults, seniors and children.
The Wolf Creek Lodge will be open with a full lunch menu. Pathfinder Bar will also be open in addition to the Continental Espresso Bar. The Basecamp Lodge will also be open.
The Ski School will be available for both adults and children, including the Wolf Pup Program. The Ski Rental and Boarder Dome will be open, as well as Treasure Sports.
The Nordic Trails are closed due to the continued construction of the Charity Jane Express.
Find out more here: Wolf Creek Conditions Report