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Skiing, Snowboarding, and Snowshoeing

Winter sports adventure abound in the majestic mountains surrounding Wallace, Idaho. Uniquely positioned between two first-class ski resorts, Lookout Pass to the east and Silver Mountain to the west, the Wallace Inn is an ideal home base. An extensive network of pristine trails provide for incomparable cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

Lookout Pass Ski and Recreation Area

The Best Snow in Idaho! Lookout Pass has a reputation for legendary powder, the earliest openings, and the longest seasons in the region. Located 10 miles east of Wallace on the Idaho/Montana border, Lookout is the “Favorite Family Ski Area” with easy access, a relaxed atmosphere, and great value. Home to a nationally recognized Free Ski School Program for children, Lookout attracts boarders and skiers of all skill ranges and ages.

  • Open Thursday – Monday
  • (208) 744-1301

Silver Mountain Resort

Ride the world’s longest single-stage gondola 3,000 feet up to Silver Mountain. Multiple chairs spread across the Resort which spans two mountains, 73 trails and 1,600 acres of terrain and boasts more than 300 inches of snow annually. Silver Mountain is a first rate ski resort that still retains its local charm. Located 10 miles west of the Wallace Inn at Exit 49 on Interstate-90.

  • (208) 783-1111

Snowshoeing

The Idaho Panhandle National Forest and the local network of over 1000 miles of trails, paths, and roads offer a range of snowshoeing choices from wide-open bowls to steep, single-track hill paths. Please consult the Wallace Inn Guest Services Representatives for more information on local snowshoeing opportunities.

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February 24, 2021 | Mountaintops and Mines in the Silver Valley

On its surface, Wallace is an unassuming town in the Idaho panhandle. Nestled high in the silver-rich Bitterroot Mountains, you would never know that this historic mining town used to have more than a dozen brothels and was ravaged twice by wildfires. In addition to mine tours and museums, Wallace offers…

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February 18, 2021 | Historic Wallace – Northern Idaho’s Best Kept Secret for Skiing

Wallace on a sunny winter day Exploration. Adventure. Culture. Those are the things I personally look for when skiing & snowboarding. Growing up a Midwest kid, I’ve always looked for mountains and ski-towns that were different and untainted… Special gems that are less corporate and…

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