Wolf Mountain Ski Resort in Eden Opens 2010 Season Nov. 26
November 19, 2010
EDEN, UTAH- Wolf Mountain Ski Resort (formerly Wolf Creek Utah Ski Resort) in picturesque Eden, Utah, will open its ski mountain Friday November 26th, with ski packages that should please the family budget and provide a fun experience for the youngest newbie skier or the most “legit knuckle dragger” snowboarder.
“Some may have read that Wolf Creek Utah Resort filed for bankruptcy protection and they may think that our ski mountain is closed. To those people we want to say, Wolf Mountain is indeed open and is still offering Northern Utah’s best ski experience for families,” said Mountain Marketing Director Jeremy Maughan. “Our location is incredibly convenient for parents to bring their children for a day on the snow, at a price that they can afford in this challenging economy. Where else can you take the family, rent skis, and get a full day pass and a group ski lesson for only $65 per person for a whole day? Where else can you drop off your teenager and his friends for Student Night so they can ski or board for as little as $12 each?
Wolf Mountain offers the Wolf Pup Children’s Lesson Program for kids aged three to seven. Half-day lessons are only $75 and a full day is $140, which includes an all-day pass, ski rental, lessons with indoor play and food. Regular group lessons are available for children ages eight and up. These lessons are for either skiing or boarding and the package includes lift, lesson and rental for only $65.
One of the most popular options is the ‘Get on Board’ package that is the perfect way for adults and children to get schooled, skilled and on the mountain. For only $200, participants get a punch pass good for three lessons, three lift tickets and a season pass upon lesson completion. Special after-school programs are also available along with private instruction for the whole family.
Wolf Mountain season passes are some of the lowest priced in the industry: Family passes include two adults and two children for only $798, and additional children are $110 each. Individual adult passes are $358, and student passes are $220 for full-time students (K- graduation).
Lift tickets are also friendly to the pocket book, with weekday prices ranging from $16 for a senior citizen night skiing pass, to $29 for a regular adult day pass. Weekends and holidays are slightly higher.
To provide an incentive for families to try skiing at Wolf Mountain, the resort is kicking off the season with a text message campaign. Cell phone users are encouraged to text “SKIWOLF” to 83043 to receive $3 off an all-day pass. The resort will send a coupon to the texter’s phone which can simply be shown at the Wolf Mountain ticket box for the discount.
For more information about season pass pricing and daily lift tickets for Wolf Mountain Ski Resort, visit www.wolfmountainutah.com or call 801-745-3511. Special updates and offers can also be found on Facebook under Wolf Mountain.
About Wolf Mountain Ski Resort
Wolf Mountain Ski Resort, founded in 1969, provides the most relaxed, affordable, family-oriented winter sports experience in Utah. The mountain consists of over 100 acres of ski runs, 58 snow-making guns, a terrain park, three lifts and one magic carpet for children. The lodge provides ticket sales, food services and ski rentals. Wolf Mountain’s ski/snowboard school is quickly becoming one of the best teaching venues in the state of Utah. Guests from across the country and locally are recognizing the school for its ability to provide a very favorable learner/teacher ratio. Wolf Mountain is a quick 20- minute drive from downtown Ogden and only one hour from Salt Lake International Airport. For more information visit www.wolfmountainutah.com or call 801-745-3511. See us on Facebook under Wolf Mountain.