Wolf Creek Resort is located in the southern part of Colorado in the San Juan and Rio Grande national forest near Pagosa Springs and South Fork. It is known as having the most snow in Colorado receiving an average annual snowfall of 465 inches of natural powder. Wolf Creek Resort's combination of excellent snow and non-existent lift lines make it a favorite of skiers in the Southwest and worth the trip for someone seeking an off-the-beaten path mountain.
Wolf Creek Resort is a relatively small mountain with no on mountain lodging and few amenities. The nearest lodging is in South Fork which is about 20 minutes away or in Pagosa Springs which is about 30 minutes away. Wolf Creek Resort offers no frills. But, it does offer great value, friendly service, great kids' programs, and top notch skiing. With 77 trails and 1600 acres of skiable terrain, Wolf Creek Resort has terrain for skiers of all abilities. Skiers/riders will find long soft groomers, deep powder, endless stashes in the glades, incredible hike-to terrain, and great bowls and chutes all with incredible views. Best of all, no lines.
Wolf Creek Resort Notable Trails:
- Bonanza Bowl, Exhibition Bowl and the North Woods offer moderately steep glade terrain.
- Prospector Ridge
- Glory Hole
- Boundary Bowl
- Montezuma Bowl
- Peak Chutes
- Alberta Peak
- Step Bowl
- Knife Ridge
- Horseshoe Bowl
Wolf Creek Resort Tip:
- Check out local day at Wolf Creek Resort on Wednesdays for a great deal on lift tickets.