About The Resort
Schweitzer Mountain Resort is a ski resort in the northwest United States in northern Idaho, 11 miles northwest of Sandpoint. Located in Bonner County in the Selkirk Mountains, it overlooks Lake Pend Oreille to the southeast with views of the Bitterroot and Cabinet mountain ranges. The ski area is approximately 45 miles south of the Canada–US border. Schweitzer Mountain has a summit elevation of 6,400 feet above sea level with a vertical drop of 2,440 feet. There are 92 named runs and open bowls on Schweitzer's skiable area of 2,900 acres, served by 10 lifts. The average annual snowfall is over 300 inches. The longest continuous groomed run is Little Blue Ridge Run, at 2.1 miles, and the uphill lift capacity is 15,900 passengers per hour.
GATEWAY CITY: Spokane WA DISTANCE: 1.75 hours ELEVATION: 4000'-6400'
# OF LIFTS: 10 # OF MARKED TRAILS: 92 LONGEST RUN: 2.1 miles
BEGINNER RUNS: 10% INTERMEDIATE: 40% ADVANCE: 35% EXPERT: 15%
HIGHEST VERTICAL DROP: 2400'
3 Star Selkirk Lodge – village
Located directly next to the slopes, this lodge features 2 restaurants, an outdoor heated pool, 3 hot tubs, and a theater. Each room includes a flat-screen cable TV, a DVD player, and free WiFi. The restaurants serve snacks, beverages, and fresh regional cuisine.
3 Star White Pine Lodge - village
White Pine Lodge features guest rooms with full kitchens and seating areas with a flat-screen TV. Every guest has access to the fitness center, outdoor heated pool, 2 hot tubs, and theater. The Solstice Spa is available during all seasons and offers a variety of soothing massages.