News from the Loup

Loup Lift Operators Needed!

Email application or resume to Executive Director at manager@skitheloup.com.

Please Pay Attention to and Follow Hazard and Boundary Warnings:

Please Ski within Ski Area Boundaries • For your continued safety, as well as the safety of our staff and Volunteer Ski Patrol, please stay within our Ski Area Boundary AND in conformance with any run closures or hazard notices.  Skiing or Boarding outside these warnings and closures puts you and our staff/Ski Patrol at risk.

THANK YOU, and have fun!

Operating Schedule for January & February

OPEN • Regular Schedule (Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays)
OPEN • February 17th – 26th (President’s Day Holiday Week)

  • Lodge & Ticket window open at 8AM
  • First chair at 9AM
  • Last chair at 3:45PM
  • Lodges closes at 5PM
  • Cafe open with limited menu

Visit our Events page see what else is happening at The Loup!

Ski The Loup!

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, nordic skiers and boarders alike!

During the season visit us Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 9:00 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.

During Christmas and February Presidents’ Day holidays we’re open every weekday except Christmas Day.

The tubing hill is open Saturdays and Sundays and every day during the Christmas and President’s Day holiday weeks (except Christmas Day) and Martin Luther King Holiday.

Now Hiring — Join Our Team

To apply for Loup positions, please send your resume or Loup Employment Application [pdf] to PO Box 1187, Twisp WA 98856 or email as noted below.

LOUP OPERATIONS
Email application or resume to Executive Director at manager@skitheloup.com.

SNOW SPORTS SCHOOL
Email application or resume to Snow Sports School Director at schooldirector@skitheloup.com.

  • Ski, Snowboard, Nordic, Telemark Instructors
  • Assistant Lessons Coordinator
  • Cadet Program – contact schooldirector@skitheloup.com
    The Cadet Program is an opportunity for youth, ages 12-15, to learn on-the-job skills from snow sport professionals within the industry. The program is intended to ready Cadets for entry level positions in the snow-sports industry as paid instructors. The Cadet Program goals include…

    1. – Introduction to the “Art of Teaching Alpine, Nordic, Tele-mark, skiing and snowboarding”.
    2. – Improve personal skills and abilities through access to higher levels of professional training.
    3. – Help participants achieve PSIA/AASI Level 1 Certification.
    4. – Build social maturity, leadership skills, teaching and technical abilities-and much more.

    The Loup Loup SnowSports School is a member of the Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA) and the American Association of Snowboard Instructors (AASI). As Cadets progress through their program training they may apply for membership and then train for certifications. These certifications are recognized nationwide and in New Zealand. The number of cadet positions are very limited. Please contact us for more information.