Wolf Mountain Gets New Owner

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SAM Magazine—Eden, Utah, Jan. 24, 2014—Another local's area is getting a new lease on life: Skyline Mountain Base, an investment group comprised of local and European investors, has acquired the Wolf Mountain ski resort here from America First Credit Union. No terms of the deal were disclosed.

Wolf Mountain fell into bankruptcy in 2010, and parts of the property were sold at auction. The resort itself did not sell, but eventually emerged from bankruptcy thanks to America First.

Skyline plans no immediate changes to the resort, other than expanding the operating hours, and opening on Sundays. A representative told the local Fox 13 news station, “Few changes to the mountain will be noticeable this season; our focus will be creating a plan for a family oriented, world class year around resort. The resort will continue to operate as Wolf Mountain until sometime in the near future. We look forward to the continued support and participation of our local community and guests.”


Feeder / breeder area saved

Wolf Mountain is a key feeder / breeder area for Utah skiing with the best night skiing in the State and we are most exited about the new ownership.