News from the Loup!

Our spring season pass is on sale through June 30th. You will be able to purchase it by visiting our Passes, Tickets and Rental page. Remember season pass holders receive great benefits from many Pacific NW ski areas.

Mark your calendars to attend the Taste of Three Valleys Gala Dinner & Auction on October 20, 2018.


Not Just For Olympians: Luge Sledding Comes To The Northwest | NW News Network

Luge SleddingNow that the Winter Olympics have you pumped about snow sports, you might head into the hills for some real, live athletic feats. Conveniently, a ski area in north central Washington state has set up a luge sledding course.

Read the story/listen to the interview

Sunday March 18th is our last day of the season for luge sledding down Bear Mt.
Thank you all for a great season.

Our Tube Hill is open weekends only, unless otherwise booked for a special event.

It’s a great time to tune up your snowboarding or skiing by taking a lesson. Our Retail and Rental Shop will also be open for tuning your boards. Take a look at our new Loup logo hoodies, hats, googles and vests.

Little Buck Mountain

Please check our Conditions page or The Mountain page for further mountain updates.

Wild Wolf Tube Hill
Learn about our In-Season Uphill Policy
NOTE: Uphill and downhill travel on Little Buck Mountain is prohibited, except as written in our Uphill Policy.

NEW! Bear Mountain Luge Experience

We are excited to introduce Luge Sledding to the Northwest. Snowcat service to the Upper Bear Mountain trail system will provide 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.

Visit the Bear Mountain Luge Experience page for details.

Nordic Trails

Bear Mountain Luge Experience: March 18 Last day of season
Flat Loop & South Summit Trails: Open
NOTE: Grooming occurs early Friday each week, conditions permitting. Beware for logging operations and log trucks on parts of Trail #9 and Clear Cut.