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Lookout Pass Opens This Thursday! Are You Ready To Hit The Slopes?

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KHQ.COM - Lookout Pass will be opening for the 2013-14 season on Thursday the 21st. From Spokane or Missoula, get on I-90 and head for the Idaho/Montana border. It takes approximately 90 minutes to get to Lookout Pass coming from either direction. Hit the off ramp at Exit 0. Our parking lot is 200 yards ahead. In a few minutes you'll be on the snow!

Distances (in miles) to Lookout Pass

Spokane, WA 90
Coeur d'Alene, ID  56
Kellogg, ID 22
Wallace, ID    12
St. Maries, ID 75
Missoula, MT 100
Plains, MT 61
Superior, MT 47
St. Regis, MT 33
Lewiston, ID 169
Seattle, WA 372
Portland, OR 442
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