Located between Twisp and Okanogan on Highway 20, the Loup Loup Pass is just a short trip from the winter play land of the Methow Valley. The Loup Loup brings communities together from Oroville to Grand Coulee and from Chelan to Mazama.
1,240 vertical feet, the mountain (Little Buck) is serviced by a Poma fixed grip quad chair lift, installed in 1998 with an amazing community effort. A platter surface tow and a beginner rope tow give sliders a chance to practice their skills without going to the top. Runs are groomed nightly with modern Bombardier snow cats.
The Loup Loup Ski Bowl also has 23 kilometers of groomed and track set Nordic trails on Bear Mountain, with another 50k two miles away at the Washington State Parks South Summit Sno-park.
We also have tube rentals for your enjoyment on the weekends and holiday periods, tube lane with a walk up lane makes for exhilarating exercise.
Beginners of any age will appreciate the un-crowded gentle slopes and the fully certified ski school with all levels of Alpine, snowboarding and Nordic lessons.
Our equipment rental shop offers snowboards, alpine skis and kids equipment rental.
Our rustic (built 1969) day lodge has a rock fire place and a great view of the mountain. The food concession has beer & wine service and is open from 8:30 to 4 on all lift operation days.
Weather permitting, The Loup's typical season runs from mid-December to mid-March.
Standard days' of operation are open Wednesday (in January & February), Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 9:00AM to 3:45PM. During Christmas week the Loup Loup is open (approximately) straight through the week before Christmas until the week after Christmas, with the exception of Christmas day. We are open all week for President's holiday in February and also Martin Luther King Day in January.
In accordance with Federal law and USDA policy, Loup Loup is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. The Loup Loup operates under a special use permit and is a proud partner in recreation with the United States Forest Service on the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest.