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Activities

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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Special Promotions

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.

Sunday-Thursday.  Regular price $184. Special package rate $154.

Friday/Saturday/Holidays. Regular price $222. Special package rate $192.

Upgrades to a king or double queen bedded room are $20.00 excluding costs for extra persons/ski tickets needed per room.

 

 

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