The Hotel

We’re nestled in the heart of North Idaho’s breathtaking Silver Valley, at the foot of the towering Bitterroot Mountains.

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The Area

Wallace, Idaho is a gem of a Wild West mining town featuring natural beauty, colorful history, and year-round adventure.

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Stay & Play Snowmobile Package

You hear snowmobiles roaring in the distance. Friends talk about the crazy fun of ripping up snow covered ridges, gliding through deep powder glades and heading out on wide open Forest Service roads.

Stop the wondering and jump into great winter recreation. Ride guided or unguided machines through Silver Country’s 1000 miles of snow covered trails on Polaris 550, 2 seater snowmobiles. Then soak away the day’s tired muscles in the Wallace Inn’s hot tub and indoor pool in Historic Wallace, Idaho - Where Winter Lives!!

  • 2 Persons with 2 snowmobiles. Deluxe room for 1 night.
    • 4 Hours unguided   $466 plus tax
    • 4 Hours guided     $526 plus tax
    • 8 Hours unguided   $566 plus tax
  • 1 Person with 1 snowmobile. Deluxe room for 1 night.

    • 4 Hours unguided   $335 plus tax
    • 4 Hours guided     $365 plus tax
    • 8 Hours unguided   $385 plus tax

There are no 8 hour guided rentals. Passengers are $70. There are no passengers on 8 hour rentals. Snowmobiles are Polaris Trail Touring 550s and are picked up at the 4th of July Pass on the north side of I-90. Reservations must be made and confirmed at least 2 days in advance. VISA or Mastercard required for rental. Rentals are with Adventure Sport Rentals 509-241-0232.

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Wallace Inn News

February 02, 2015 | Rails-to-Trails Hall of Fame routes in Idaho, Montana — and closer

WALLACE, Idaho — In many parts of the country, abandoned train tracks have been repurposed into multi-use exercise trails. The best of them — a little more than two dozen routes in all — are in the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy Hall of Fame. Among those: Northern Idaho’s Trail…

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January 30, 2015 | 50 essential Western travel experiences

Cycle high in the sky The Route of the Hiawatha, ID The West has lots of bike trails. So why go all the way to Northern Idaho to pedal? Because if your criterion is an incredibly scenic trail that a normal, not-insane person can do, this is the best bike ride in the world. The trail follows the path…

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