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Thank you very much for your help setting us up with our room...we really enjoyed our stay. All your staff was very courteous and you should be very proud of them. They were very friendly and always had smiles on their faces.
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Wallace and its surrounding area offer a nearly endless list of recreational and cultural adventures. Dig into Wallace’s past via fascinating museums, theater and interactive historic tours. Get set for adventure with year-round outdoor recreation including road and mountain biking, hiking, golfing, snow sports, fishing, and off-road fun.

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Powder Cocktail

The freshest, deepest powder!

  • 1 Night queen room, double occupancy
  • 2 Adult lift tickets to Lookout Pass Ski Resort

Want some no frills powder carving on white-washed slopes of deep snow?

 

The Powder Cocktail package is it. Experience the renowned Lookout Pass champagne powder with easy I-90 access and friendly lifties. After closing the slopes, hit the Wallace Inn’s hot tub and indoor pool. Relax and rejuvenate.

Weekend special package rate $230. Weekday special package rate $211.

Elevate your stay by upgrading to a deluxe King room or one of our suites!  Call for details.

 

 

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Wallace Inn News

November 01, 2023 | Two Idaho Towns Names Best Towns in America with Fewer than 10,000 Residents

While Idaho might be in the top 25% of the largest states by land area, it’s still one of the least populated states in the country. That means that many of its towns and cities were perfect candidates for Far and Wide’s list of the “Best U.S. Towns With Fewer Than 10,000 Residents.”…

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November 01, 2023 | The 12 Best Rail Trails in the U.S.

The 12 best rail trails in the U.S. Walk or ride where trains once whistled through while you reconnect with nature Erika Mailman Written by Erika MailmanMonday June 12 2023 People have been talking about rail trails for a really long time (check out this helpful timeline from the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy…

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