a wonderful hometown hill with great snow. friendly staff and great places to eat. Good for the family of all ages.
This ski area is the most comprehensive in the area that has four other ski mountains. This includes a wide range of activities during the summer months.
You almost hate to tell people about this place once you've experienced it because it is SO incredible...and uncrowded. Gorgeous runs, sweeping views of a huge lake, a combination of families and pros around every turn. There isn't another place in the country that can compare.
It's a great view winter or summer. Great little shops, eateries...worth the time! I'm not a skier, but winter is stunning up there! The ski lifts are open all summer, and they have numerous festivals through the year. Sign up on their Facebook page for updates...
I like that it's close..I don't like that they think they compare to resorts in Colorado.The cost doesn't make it a destination for families.
A friend and I decided to make a daytrip to Schweitzer to try out the zipline. What a fantastic surprise it was to show up on the same day as the annual Fall Fair! It was very busy, but that just added to the festival atmosphere. There was fantastic live music, interesting booths/displays, and a great selection of craft beer.... More
We visited the shops and restaurants and rode the ski lift to the top where we walked around. The views are incredible. Watched an older couple just sitting in their lawn chairs with a picnic basket at the top by the Great Divide sign - happily sitting in the sunshine on the top of the world! Amazing views of the... More
We spent a wonderful day at Schweitzer Mountain's Beer Fest! It was a well organized Beer Fest - the beer was great and the food a wonderful addition to the beer. We road the chair lift up the mountain and enjoyed walking the ski runs and beautiful views. Our friends showed us all the great runs they have skied in... More
Arrived in the late of the day and the fall festival was wrapping up. A lot of drinking was happening, families and their dogs were there along with music playing. There were several booths to buy things Beautiful views of the resort and looking down at Lake Pend d'Oreille and Sandpoint, Idaho.
Visited the resort and mountain, and took the chair lift to the top of the ski hill. Though it was ski time, the view of the city and lake from the top is breath taking. However, it was a dull summer afternoon as there was nothing really going on. Did not have time to do any mountain biking, but something... More
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