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Wolf Creek Ski Area

 

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Wolf Creek Ski Resort

Wolf Creek is a high alpine ski resort, 10,300 feet at the base and 11,900 feet at the summit. Sunscreen and sunglasses are a necessity in the high altitude sun. The weather conditions can change rapidly so be prepared with extra clothing and goggles. Clothing need not be elaborate, or even designed for skiing, but a wool hat, warm gloves or mittens, and underclothing are musts. Recognize your own limitations. If you get tired or cold, stop for a while.

Wolf Creek's 7 lifts service incredibly beautiful terrain, over 1,600 acres. The Magic Carpet is a moving conveyor lift for the Wolf Pup Program. The Nova Lift services beginner terrain for children and new skiers. The Raven Chairlift, a high speed quad, services primarily beginner and intermediate terrain. The Bonanza and Treasure Triple Chairlift service intermediate and expert slopes. The D. Boyce lift is a high speed poma that services intermediate and expert terrain. The Alberta Chairlift replaces the snowcat shuttle that served the Water Fall Area. This unique area is beautiful and adventuresome; full of incredible glades and changing terrain. Predominantly tree skiing and boarding, these 1,000 acres have a few groomed trails for intermediates' interests and enjoyment.

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Places to Stay & Fun Things to Do

Cabins at Hartland Ranch - Mountain Seclusion email this Colorado cabin link to Colorado vacation Photos available on Colorado vacation page
Luxury cabins in mountain seclusion on 85-acre Ranch near Pagosa Springs. Hartland is smoke-free! Beautifully furnished log vacation homes with WI-FI, gas fireplace. 30 minutes from Wolf Creek Ski Area.
Chinook Lodge: Cabins and RV Park link to Colorado vacation Photos available on Colorado vacation page
At east edge of South Fork. Chinook's cabins are nostalgically attractive most have flat screen satellite TV, new queen beds (2016), kitchen, and rock fireplace. On-site RV Park Big 50amp RV sites. WI-FI!
Doc's Outdoor Sports & Ski Rentals link to Colorado vacation Photos available on Colorado vacation page
A full service ski shop and outdoor good store in South Fork, minutes to Wolf Creek Ski Area. Doc's has Ski and snowboard rentals, fishing tackle, snowshoe and sports rentals. Fishing and Hunting licenses.
Fireside Cabins on the San Juan River email this Colorado cabin link to Colorado vacation Photos available on Colorado vacation page
Cabins east of Pagosa Springs on 10 acres along the San Juan River, near Wolf Creek skiing. Fireside cabins have 1 or 2 bedrooms with kitchens, fireplaces, grills. Free WI-FI. PRIVATE RIVER FISHING.
Riverbend Resort Cabins and RV Park link to Colorado vacation Photos available on Colorado vacation page
Between South Fork and Wolf Creek Ski Area; Riverbend Resort is close to Alamosa, Creede, Pagosa Springs. Cabins with fireplaces, decks overlooking private stocked river frontage. Full hookup RV Park.
South Fork Lodge, Cabins & RV Park email this Colorado cabin link to Colorado vacation Photos available on Colorado vacation page
Between South Fork and Creede on Highway 149. Year round cabins with Satellite TV, Free WI-FI, pets welcome. Spacious SEASONAL Park with full hookup RV sites. Lodge hot tub. Discounted ski tickets.
South Fork Visitor Center link to Colorado vacation Photos available on Colorado vacation page
Getaway to Colorado's Silver Thread Scenic Byway -- South Fork is famous for ATVing, fishing, rafting, hiking, hunting, biking, golf, wildlife, Jeeping, skiing, snowmobiling, and scenic historic driving tours.

General Skiing Information


Season Opening Date: November 24, 2016
Season Closing Date: April 2, 2017
Vertical Rise: 1,604 ft.
Terrain: 1,600 acres
Number of Trails: 77
Longest Run: 2 miles (Navajo Trail)
Trails:

  • green beginner symbolBeginner - 20%
  • blue intermediate symbolIntermediate - 35%
  • black diamond advanced symbolAdvanced - 25%
  • double black diamond expert symbolExpert - 20%

Annual Snowfall: 430 inches
Lifts: 8 Total (1 High-Speed Quad, 2 Quad, 2 Triple, 1 Double, 1 High-Speed Poma & 1 Magic Carpet)
Lift Capacity: 11,000 skiers/hour

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Base Elevation: 10,300 ft.
Summit Elevation: 11,904 ft.
Map Location: North Central O-9
Location: San Juan/Rio Grande National Forest; Highway 160, Wolf Creek Pass; Between Pagosa Springs and South Fork; 75 miles east of Durango; 65 miles west of Alamosa.

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