Wolf Creek Gets a New High Speed Quad Lift!

Mon 09 September 13

Wolf Creek Ski Area is replacing the Treasure Lift, which is one of Wolf Creek’s main lifts connecting guests to a wide variety of terrain, with a new Doppelmayr detachable high-speed quad.

Wolf Creek Gets a New High Speed Quad Lift!

Wolf Creek Gets a New High Speed Quad Lift! © WSG

The new Treasure Stoke Lift will provide guests with an easier and more pleasurable loading and unloading experience.

In addition, the Elma Lift, Sports Center Remodel, Race Hutch and Water Tank projects have recently been approved by the United States Forest Service and will have a 2 – 3 year completion time. Once completed, the Elma Lift will provide skiers a way to get back to the base area from the bottom of the Alberta lift and eliminate the long traverse across the mountain from Park Avenue to the base area.

The Sports Center upgrade and remodel includes a tasteful expansion of the existing facility into a two-story building. The existing Race Hutch will be completely rebuilt. The new building will be approximately 18 feet by 20 feet and located below the current Race Hutch location. To increase Wolf Creek’s current water storage, a new 500,000 gallon steel water tank will be built and support the base area infrastructure and snowmaking as well as fire fighting.

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