Wolf Mountain (Ski Area)

Wolf Mountain

Wolf Mountain is a family-friendly resort offering what many people consider to be the best learn-to-ski & ride mountain in the Rockies.

The Wolfdeedo Double Chair was designed specifically with beginners in mind and it provides access to one of the best beginner slopes in Utah. The Howling Wolf Double Chair provides access to the top of the mountain and a nice gentle two-mile trial for beginner to intermediate skiers and riders. The Wolf's Lair Terrain Park has been increased in size by 50% for this season and includes 20 features to appeal to beginner through advanced freeriders.

The resort is open for skiing and boarding from late November through early April (depending on conditions). Hours are 9 am to 9 pm.

At Wolf Creek Utah, under new ownership the past year, on mountain improvements include state of the art snowmaking covering 60% of the terrain and a recontoured learning area. The new Wolf Mountain Learning Center Yurt and Kids Zone offers the utmost in convenience for parents wanting to drop off kids for lessons and programs in a safe and friendly environment.

Wolf Mountain is all about family fun and, with specials every weeknight, there are programs for everyone in the family. With two chairlifts and a Magic Carpet´┐Ż, Wolf Mountain offers Utah's largest night skiing with 100% of the mountain being lighted.

Wolf Mountain is Utah's most affordable ski resort - skiers and riders can ski from as little as $10 per person! Our learn to ski and ride programs are the most affordable in the Rockies.

The Wolf Mountain Learning Center is a Professional Ski Instructors of America member school.

At a glance…
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Contact Info
Phone: (801) 745-3511
Reservations: (800) 301-0817

Mailing Address
3567 Nordic Valley Wy
EDEN, UT 84310

Resort Information
• Terrain: 20% Beg, 50% Int, 20% Adv
• Open 9 am to 9 pm
• Open for night skiing 7 days/week
• 110 Skiable Acres
• Lifts: 1 triple, 2 double, 1 surface
• 300" Average Annual Snowfall
• Located in Eden, 15 miles northeast of Ogden, or 49 miles north of Salt Lake

Ski Area Trail Map

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