Wolf Creek Ski Area, Colorado - Ski Mag

Wolf Creek Ski Area, Colorado

Located in the San Juan mountains, Wolf Creek averages 465" of snow each year.
Wolf Creek Powder skiing

We don't need no stinkin' Epic Passes.

Colorado’s powder haven remains fiercely independent in the face of massive resort buy-ups, and the family-owned ski area is investing heavily in the mountain. New for this season at Wolf Creek are revamped ski clinics, a new building and menu for the Alberta Grill, and a high-speed quad, the new Charity Lift, which grants additional access to intermediate terrain as well as connect advanced skiers to the Alberta Lift for steeper fall-line skiing.

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