Lookout ski area adds new day lodge; Snowbowl joins Indy Pass

Lookout Pass ski area is adding another covered structure, with seating for an extra 150 people, as it gears up for opening later this year.

Called the Sprung Structure Day Lodge, the new facility will be 96 feet long and 50 feet wide for a total of 4,800 square feet. It will have tables and chairs and a 150-person capacity.

“It will provide a nice heated and comfortable location for guests to get out of the weather,” said Matt Sawyer, the director of marketing for Lookout Pass. “Its location is right beside our historic lodge making it convenient to move from one to the other.”

A photo of the Sprung Structure Day Lodge under construction at Lookout Pass.

Matt Sawyer

He said the structure is in the process of being installed and should be fully covered before the end of October, and ready for guests well before the Christmas holiday. Lookout Pass often gets enough snow to open in November.

Lookout is located on the Montana/Idaho border about two hours west of Missoula on Interstate 90.

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