Loup Loup Ski Bowl debuts summer hub activities

TWISP – A new family recreation hub is introducing new attractions to a familiar fixture in Okanogan County with a host of summer events and activities at the Loup Loup Ski Bowl on the 4,000-foot summit of Highway 20 on Loup Loup Pass.

A May 5 press release issued by the non-profit 501(c)(3) Loup Loup Ski Education Foundation announces a wide variety of pursuits from mountain biking and chairlift rides to hiking and disc golf ideal for:

• Families and kids looking for a fun mountain experience.

 • Vacationers visiting the Okanogan Valley, Methow Valley, and Chelan.

 • Local biking enthusiasts and club riders.

Loup Loup envisions becoming a hub for mountain recreation in Okanogan County.

Here is what to look for this summer:

• Chairlift rides for top of the mountain hiking, sightseeing, picnicking and disc golf.

• New 18-hole alpine disc golf; 9-holes at the top of the chairlift, and 9-holes at the base area.

• Bike rentals for the whole family with bike riding right from our parking lot trailheads.

• Access to miles of gravel roads, ranging from shorter family-friendly routes to challenging all-day or even multi-day bike packing adventures.

• Bear Mtn. shuttle-served downhill riding for the whole family.

• Hosted gravel rides with sag wagons, lunch and return shuttle rides.

• Camping at the Loup, including RV and tent camping.

• Saskatoon Kitchen delicious grab and go snacks and beverages in our brand-new day lodge.

“The Loup is thrilled to be able to share our mountain with our communities, and visitors to our valleys,” said the release. “Come experience the Loup in a brand-new way, relax in our mountain environment and explore everything the Loup has to offer during our glorious sunny Okanogan summer.”

Loup Ski Education Foundation exists for summer and winter sports education for our community through the operation of a safe, affordable, family friendly mountain destination for today and future generations. The Foundation is a volunteer-based organization that promotes a life-long passion for outdoor recreation through education. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and is operated under special use permit with the Okanogan Wenatchee National Forest. For questions or additional information, please contact Brent Nourse, Loup Loup Executive Director at manager@skitheloup.com, or visit their webpage at www.skitheloup.com.

 

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