Schweitzer Trail Map
Nestled in a basin at the base of the foothills of the Selkirk Mountains overlooking Lake Pend Oreille, Schweitzer Mountain offers 2,900 acres of lift accessible in-bounds terrain. Averaging an annual snowfall of 300 inches, Schweitzer’s 92 designated trails include two open bowls - Schweitzer Bowl and Outback Bowl. The breakout of the mountain is as follows: 20% of the terrain is beginner, 40% intermediate, 35% advanced and 5% is expert. All trails are serviced by nine chairlifts, of which two are available for night skiing.
Accommodating every level of skier and rider, Schweitzer also has an open gate policy for access to out-of-bounds terrain that spans over 200 additional miles of the Selkirk Mountains. Skier/Rider danger exists - beware: the limitless sidecountry and backcountry terrain spans across the Idaho panhandle, eastern Washington and southeastern British Columbia.
The longest run is 2.1 miles (Little Blue Ridge). Snowmaking covers 200 acres. The base elevation for the main village is 4,700 feet and 3,960 feet for the lowest chair. Top elevation is 6,400 feet with 2,440 feet of vertical.