December 21, 2009
EDEN, Utah - Wolf Creek Utah, a four-season resort community in Eden, Utah is ringing in the New Year with a party for the whole family. A holiday lift ticket provides all-day skiing and a lot more -- evening fireworks, a midnight torchlight parade and party with a bon-fire, music, dancing and games.
A New Year’s Eve all-day adult ski pass is $35 and a child’s pass is $22, with skiing extended until 11:30 p.m., at which time advanced skiers and riders of all ages may participate in a community torch light parade. There is also a flashlight parade at 8:00pm for the juniors. The event is open to both skiers and snowboarders who are able to safely negotiate advanced terrain.
In addition to the on-snow fun, Harley & Bucks Restaurant will provide a Mexican Feast for $19.95 for adults, $9.95 for children ages 5 -12, and children age 4 and under are free.
Wolf Creek Utah is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its ski hill. Many locals may remember Wolf Creek Utah as Nordic Valley, the fun-for-all-ages ski hill where many Utahns learned to make their first turns. Wolf Creek has sought to be accessible to local Utah families – with lodging and skiing packages that don’t break the bank – like a kids stay and ski free package for only $89 per night, or kids under 12 ski free.
For more information about season pass pricing and daily lift tickets for Wolf Creek Utah Ski Resort, please visit www.wolfmountaineden.com or call 801-745-3511. To reserve a budget-conscious winter lodging package, visit www.wolfcreekutah.com or call 801-745-3787. There are still a few rooms available for New Years Eve so local families can ski all day and then stay the night.
About Wolf Creek Utah
Located in Eden, an hour from Salt Lake City’s International Airport, Wolf Creek Utah is a 3,000-acre master-planned resort and private club community offering incredible views, incomparable recreation and fine dining. Wolf Creek Utah offers year-round activities for friends and families, and the surrounding area provides boundless recreational opportunities. Powder Mountain and Snowbasin are located just minutes from Wolf Creek Utah Ski Resort with endless skiing and snowboarding opportunities. The recreation doesn’t stop when the snow melts off; in addition to the “Greatest Snow on Earth” and championship golf, Wolf Creek Utah Adventures also offers hiking, biking and jogging trails, downhill mountain biking, summer concert events series and a lake for canoeing or fishing. It’s a place where a family can gather together or individuals can simply focus on themselves. For more information, please visit www.wolfcreekutah.com.
Rhonda B. Greenwood