Located on the northern edge of the Idaho/Canadian border, Schweitzer Mountain Resort has long been considered one of the best down-home ski resorts in the Northern Rockies with incredible tree skiing and panoramic views of the nearby Lake Pend Oreille.
Starting this upcoming season, Ikon Pass holders will now have the ability to ski or ride this gem with up to 7 days of on-mountain access and zero blackout dates. Ikon Base Pass holders will get up to 5 days of limited access with the following blackout dates: Dec 26, 2021 – Jan 2, 2022, Jan 15-16, 2022, Feb 19-20, 2022. Ikon Session Pass holders will be subject to the same blackout dates with 4 days of access to Schweitzer Mountain Resort.
Schweitzer Mountain Stats:
- Vertical Drop – 2,400 feet
- Annual Average Snowfall – 300 inches
- Skiable Terrain – 2,900 acres
- Lifts – 10
- Trails – 92 + bowl skiing
- Explore The Mountain: Schweitzer Trail Map
About Schweitzer Mountain Resort
Considered by many as the best skiing in Idaho and the best family-friendly resort in the Pacific Northwest, Schweitzer Mountain Resort is independently owned and proud of it. Schweitzer ranks as one of the nation’s top winter destinations with 2900 acres of amazing terrain thanks to its two massive bowls and renowned tree skiing. Located in the Selkirk Mountains of the northern Idaho panhandle, and only 80 miles from Spokane, WA, Schweitzer overlooks the town of Sandpoint, ID and offers breathtaking views of three states, Canada and the impressive Lake Pend Oreille. The resort also offers 32 kilometers of Nordic trails for cross-country, snowshoeing and snow biking during the winter season. Other activities for non-skiers like an on-site spa, dining, and shopping are all located in the intimate village.
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