WALLACE, Idaho – Lookout Pass recently announced an expansion spanning across the next 20 years.
Phase one of the expansion was approved by the United States Forest Service and includes two additional 6,200-foot peaks west and southwest of the existing ski area. Officials said the master plan also two new chair lifts to the summit of Eagle Peak and give access to 14 runs.
A new 20,000 square-foot base lodge. Officials said this new lodge will not replace the existing lodge which is the oldest continuously operating ski lodge in Idaho. The plan also includes 130 additional parking spaces.
Phase one of the project will begin this summer.
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