Loup offers summer activities | Sports
LOUP LOUP – Officials at the Loup Loup Ski Bowl say they want people to consider the ski resort as a destination for summer activities as well.
The hill, operated by the Loup Loup Ski Education Foundation on U.S. Forest Service property, offers winter alpine and Nordic skiing, sledding, tubing hill, and fat biking.
But starting this summer, it also offers mountain biking/gravel, hiking and disc golf, foundation officials said.
“The Wolf, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, has developed these activities to provide more recreational opportunities to Okanogan County communities,” said Marketing Board Chairman Steve Nelson.
“Le Loup is delighted to be able to share our mountain with our communities and visitors to our valleys,” the foundation said. “Come experience the Wolf in a whole new way, relax in our mountain surroundings and explore all that the Wolf has to offer during our glorious sunny Okanogan summer.”
Loup officials suggested the summer offerings would be ideal for families and young people looking for a fun mountain experience, holidaymakers, cycling enthusiasts and club cyclists.
Planned offerings include:
– Chairlift rides for mountain top hikes, sightseeing, picnics and disc golf.
-An 18-hole alpine disc golf course, with nine holes at the top of the lift and nine holes at the base.
-Access to miles of gravel roads for cyclists of all skill levels.
-Hosted gravel rides with sag carts, lunch, and round-trip shuttle rides.
-Camping, including RV and tent camping.
– Saskatoon Kitchen grab-and-go snacks and beverages in the new day lodge, which opened for the 2021-22 ski season.