Let's Get Skiing & Out on the Luge!
With Loup Loup Ski Bowl
The Loup is OPENING TODAY!
The Loup will now be open every Saturday & Sunday starting today December 3rd! All chairs will be operating with the first chair lift starting at 9am. Don't miss the new delicious food partnership with Lone Point Cellars... more to come!
Once the base is completely set up they will also be open Wednesdays & Fridays. PLUS, they are open every weekday during the Christmas holiday except for Christmas Day. Add the Loup to your Christmas plans, too!
Experience dry Okanogan powder and perfectly groomed runs - with little or no wait time - on 300 acres of diverse terrain. The Mountain has a lot to offer beginner through advanced alpine skiers and boarders alike including…
- 1,240 vertical feet (base located at 4,020 feet)
- 10 Cut Runs on Little Buck Mountain
- Quad Chair, Poma Lift, Beginner Rope Tow
- Terrain Park
The Loup's rental shop also offers alpine skis and snowboards, kids’ rental equipment & helmets, and other rental gear.
Not into Skiing?
There's something for everyone at the Loup! Try checking out the Wild Wolf Tubing Hill, or try your hand at Luge sledding— in fact, the Loup is the VERY FIRST area in the western U.S. that offers Luge Sledding. Snowcat service to the Upper Bear Mountain trail system provides access for Luge sledders, featuring a ride up of 5 km and more than 1200’ of elevation gain. The Bear Mountain trails are accessible from the Loup Loup parking lot, allowing for Luge sledders to ride more than 12 km of groomed trails.
The Loup also has great terrain to explore if you'd rather bring your snowshoes! And don't forget about their beautiful Nordic Ski trails as well. Find something fun for everyone in the family at Loup Loup!
Have you checked out the Luge, yet?
Take your sledding to the next level by experiencing Natural Luge at the Loup.
Natural Luge is another recreational option at The Loup for outdoor winter enthusiasts. It differs significantly from Olympic Luge, which uses artificial banked tracks, while Natural Luge uses existing non-banked groomed trails. The Loup offers free instructional clinics on how to Luge safely on steerable sleds. It’s easy to learn, challenging to master and exciting to ride.
After the instructional lesson, a snowcat service takes guests to the top of Upper Bear Mountain trail system and features a ride up to 5 km in length and more than 1200’ of elevation descent.
Bear Mountain Luge at Loup Loup Ski Bowl is accepting reservations now!
Events at the Loup!
The Loup will be hosting a few fine & fun events this season including a “Snow Ball Benefit Dinner” from 4 to 7 p.m. on Friday, December 16th PLUS an Illuminated Snowshoe Walk on Saturday, December 17th. Stay tuned for more details on their website and their Facebook page!