The fabulous deep-powder skiing conditions at Wolf Creek bring people from all over the west to Southwest Colorado.
Situated within the San Juan and Rio Grande National Forests, Wolf Creek Ski Area is a popular family ski destination, with a reputation for ‘The Most Snow in Colorado’. The average annual snowfall is 430 inches.
Opened for skiing since 1939, aside from being a fun, family-friendly destination, Wolf Creek is also popular with ski and snowboarding enthusiasts, seeking the best snow conditions for their sport, and is renowned for its superb cross country trails and snowshoeing terrain.
Ski lift prices are a great value at Wolf Creek, with daily access to Bonanza Bowl, the North Woods and Exhibition Bowl for beginner through to intermediate skiing levels; and limited access to some of the advanced to expert terrain, such as Prospector Ridge, the Glory Hole, Montezuma Bowl, Peak Chutes, Alberta Peak, Horseshoe Bowl, and more.