Wolf Creek Ski resort has an average annual snow fall at 389 inches, total snow score with preservation at 86.5%.
Wolf Creek Ski Area is located in Rio Grande National Forest in southern Colorado with 389 inches of snow a year. Because of the Wolf Creek’s base elevation reaches 10,600 feet, it gives the area the advantage of getting the first and last snow falls of the season. Even in mid-April and it still had over a foot of fresh powder on a mid-mountain base of 80" and a top mountain base over 100 inches of snow. Snow accumulation & preservation level of Wolf Creek among the top 6 ski resorts in the Rocky Mountains. For a more adventurous snow seekers, try Alberta peak for a spectacular view of the entire ski area below. But be warned, this is a known avalanche area.