Frequently Asked Questions

What are your operating hours? 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. daily, including Sunday. Lighted slopes.

What is the cost of a day or night lift pass or a season pass? Daily and Specials - Season Passes

What kind of special activities will you have? Daily and Specials

What are the weather conditions, the condition of ski/snowboard runs, and snow depth? Click on link on the home page, and watch for a Snow Phone number coming soon.

Do you have a Tubing Hill? Not this season. But there are lots of other adventures available in the area.

Do you have a trail map? Yes, click here.

Do you have a Terrain Park? We have a well designed, user-friendly park.

Do you have cross-country skiing? More information coming soon.

What do lessons cost and what are the lesson start times? Click for lessons and programs.

Do you have any special learn to ski/snowboard packages? Check out our Get On Board special and our group lesson Learn to Ski/Snowboard Package.

Do you have a women’s program? See Learning Center.

Do you have a children’s program? Wednesday After School Program, Cub Camp, and Wolf Pack. See Learning Center.

Do you have Child Care? Child care is available at nearby Old Fire House Leaning Academy.

Where can I rent equipment and what does it cost? Rentals are included in many of our Wolf Mountain Learning Center Ski or Board packages. If you have not booked a package lesson that includes rentals please check out our onsite rental shop, Diamond Peak, also located just minutes from the mountain at Eden Junction. PLEASE ARRIVE ONE HOUR PRIOR TO LESSON TIME WHEN RENTING EQUIPMENT.

How should I dress to keep warm in Utah? Dress in layers because it is always easy to remove layers as you warm up. Several thin layers of clothing are better than one think layer. Next to skin, the layer should wick moisture (not cotton, which absorbs moisture and feels colder sooner). One good lightweight to medium weight sock that extends above the boot is better than two pairs of socks (no cotton). Goggles (double lens) are warmer and more protective of UV rays than sunglasses. Call or visit the helpful folks at Diamond Peak for more information.

How do I handle the high altitude? It is important to say hydrated all day. Alcohol and caffeine defeat this purpose.

What will I learn in my first lesson? PLEASE ARRIVE ONE HOUR PRIOR TO LESSON TIME WHEN RENTING EQUIPMENT. Visit First Day Lesson for details.

Do you have group discounts? Yes, contact us.


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