Lookout Pass and its staff want to extend a hearty “Thank You” to all who visited the Trail this summer; especially given early concerns in the spring questioning if the trail would even be able to open. You accepted the challenge, along with our staff and rallied to enjoy the Trail while making changes to some of your behaviors to accommodate our new COVID-19 operating procedures. We all hope in the long run, the extra safety and disinfecting procedures we put in place allowed us all to enjoy recreating together in the great outdoors in a safe and responsible manner. Yes these were challenging times and you along with our employees embraced the challenges and the restrictions resulting in quality time spent with family and friends.
As we look to winter and more specifically skiing and riding at Lookout Pass Ski Area, we know we have learned a lot of what works and where we can make some improvements. These lessons learned through a summer of hard work, and your continued help and cooperation, will put us far ahead of the curve for this coming winter season. We will continue to provide a safe and enjoyable place to enjoy a quality winter experience for those choosing to recreate outdoors.
Do you have your Lookout Season Pass yet? It’s not too late as they’re still available and on sale through November 18, 2022. Our prices, like our snow, are the best in the region. Please visit our website: www.SkiLookout.com to learn more or to even purchase your season passes, gift certificates, gather more information on our lesson and rental offerings or even find a great winter job at an area that is fun to work at. It is not too early to start planning your winter trips to Lookout Pass Ski and Recreation Area.
Like in the summer, we look forward to helping you make memories that will last a lifetime this winter. Again, with a warm heart, my team of employees and I wish you all the best in health and truly Thank You for choosing to recreate with us. 
Brian Bressel, General Manager
and the Staff at
Lookout Pass Ski & Recreation Area &
The Route of the Hiawatha Scenic Bike Trail