After receiving another four inches of new snow yesterday, the current all-natural base depth at Wolf Creek is 22 inches with a year-to-date snowfall of 28 inches. Several runs will be groomed for beginner and intermediate skiing and hike-to terrain will be open to Alberta Peak and Step Bowl with very early season conditions.
Ski School will be available for lessons, including the Wolf Pup Program. The Ski Rental and BoarderDome will be open as well as Treasure Sports. Burgers and a limited menu will be served in the Wolf Creek Lodge (upper lodge) as well as drinks from the Pathfinder Bar. Lift tickets will be priced at the Local Appreciation rate of $38 for Adults and $22 for Seniors and Children.
Meanwhile, as reported repeatedly here, Loveland opens this morning with one long top-to-bottom run. On the other side of Loveland Pass, Arapahoe Basin opened a second run, Ramrod, next to High Noon.
A little more snow, perhaps up to three inches, is expected to fall tonight. That will be it for about a week, however, until the next potential rolls in hopefully sooner rather than later. In the meantime here are the 24-hour and 48-hour snow totals from A-Basin and Loveland…
Arapahoe Basin: 1/4”, 6” (1 lift, 2 trails, 18” base)
Loveland: 0”, 2 1/2” (1 lift, 1 trail, 18” base)