Don't miss your chance to save on a Wolf Creek Season Pass!!

Pre-Season Pass Sale begins 

Saturday, September 22 and ends Sunday, September 30, 2018


  • Buy online
  • Buy in person
    • Saturday, September 22 thru Sunday, September 30, 2018
      Ticket Window Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
  • Buy through mail
    • Mail in a check or money order for the exact amount of your purchase with a valid email address
    • Send to: Wolf Creek Ski Area, P.O. Box 2800, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
  • Buy over the phone
    • Call 970-264-5639

Prices Haven't Increased!! For pricing please visit Be sure to consider attending Wolf Creek’s Local Appreciation Days on the Special Programs and Events calendar before your purchase your pass.

Stop in and check out Treasure Sports during the Pre-Season Pass Sale!  Wolf Creek gear and apparel can also be found by visiting Noel Sport Online.

***Wolf Creek Ski Area is going paperless for the Pre-Season Pass Sale!  The new technology that was implemented last fall in the Ticket Office will now allow Season Pass Holders to fill out the contract and waiver online through a link after the purchase of the 2018-19 Season Pass.  The link on the purchase confirmation sends pass holders to the Wolf Creek eStore where a profile is created by the passholder.  The season pass contract and liability waiver must be eSigned before the pass can be used for the upcoming season.  Pass holders who want a hard copy can print a copy at home.  Last season's card will then be reloaded and valid for the 2018-19 ski season, eliminating the need for a new season pass card.***

The warm, dry summer days at Wolf Creek Ski Area have aided in the swift progress of constructing a new high-speed detachable quad chairlift, set to debut during the 2018-19 ski season.  The Charity Chair, formerly Meadow Lift, is the tenth lift in Wolf Creek’s current lift system and will be the third lift in the spacious 900-acre Alberta Area.  The new addition to the Wolf Creek Lift System is a Doppelmayr high-speed, detachable quad chairlift benefiting all ability levels of skiers and boarders.  Beginner and intermediate skiers will have fifty-five acres of previously underutilized terrain available to them, whereas advanced skiers and riders coming from the Knife Ridge and Horseshoe Bowl area will have a convenient return connection to the Alberta and Elma Lifts.