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Schweitzer Village is a relaxing, peaceful and welcoming gathering place featuring luxury accommodations, shopping, a variety of restaurants, a burgeoning après ski scene, and an array of non-skiing activities.
Schweitzer offers two slopeside facilities in the heart of the village, plus a distinctive and diverse array of condominiums.
Dining & Nightlife
Chimney Rock Grill- A fine-dining option in the village, the grill serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, featuring exquisite cuisine with southwestern flair. A full bar, fireplaces, and comfortable lodge furnishings complete the appeal. The Chimney Rock is also offering a hot breakfast for guests in the Selkirk and White Pine Lodges as part of the new Schweitzer Difference package.
Lakeview Café - Serving cafeteria-style lunch as well as delicious Mexican cuisine.
Taps - The mountain’s prime après spot features a full bar, 24 beers on tap, big screen televisions, pool tables, dance floor, and a stage – featuring live music and DJ’s throughout the winter season.
Sam’s Alley - Gourmet pizza by the slice or pie.
Mojo Coyote Café - A casual eatery with hot breakfast and lunch specials, coffee drinks, and freshly baked pastries.
Cabinet Mountain Coffee - Located in the Lakeview Lodge. It is a prime spot for a quick coffee and lunch on the go.
Outback Inn - An on hill option for hot food and drinks, it’s located in the mountain’s Outback Bowl. Seating is available inside and on the deck near the bonfire. Open when the Stella lift is running.
Pucci’s Pub - Focus on local and organic ingredients, Pucci’s serves high-style pub fare for lunch and dinner, plus microbrews and wine.
Powderhound Pizza - Specializing in slices and pies, Powderhound is a great place to stop for a beer and a slice. Located in the Lazier Building.
Gourmandie - Our specialty foods market that is located in the White Pine Lodge. It focuses on artisanal items from around the world, highlighting the culinary craftsmanship of the Northwest.
The Source - Outdoor gear including mountain apparel, goggles, gloves, and other
winter sports needs.
The Alpine Shop - Specialty equipment, clothing, rentals, repairs and demos.
The Market at Schweitzer - State run liquor store, beer, groceries and more.
The Artist’s Studio - A local artist cooperative showcasing unique photos, drawings, paintings, glass art, jewelry, and more.
Lakeview Lodge is Schweitzer’s day-lodge which offers plenty of relaxing, warm space to rest up and rejuvenate. The Lakeview Lodge houses Taps, Sam’s Alley, The Caribou Room, The Lakeview Café, Cabinet Mountain Coffee, Kinderkamp, our Season Pass Office, Guest Services, Ticket Sales, Selkirk Powder and lockers.
Mountain Activity Center is the place to plan vacation activities. The friendly staff assists guests with scheduling individual activities or planning an itinerary for their entire stay.
Kinderkamp is a childcare program offered at the resort. The facility is located on the lower lever of the Lakeview Lodge and accepts children ages four months to six years old. Services range from childcare only, to supervised ski lessons with meals and playtime in between.
Schweitzer Ski and Ride Center offers lessons for skiers and riders of all levels and ages, plus equipment rentals and repairs. Get top-quality Rossignol rentals from an extensive alpine and snowboard demo fleet. Nordic rentals and snowshoes are available too. Plus there’s a full-service tuning and repair shop.
Snowsports School is a great place for certified coaches to assess students’ current abilities and set realistic goals. Coaches then work with students in a group of 10 or less or one on one for maximum improvement. Focused specialty clinics are available. The Snowsports School also offers Funatics for youth ages 7-14 years old. Kids are placed in a group of skiers or snowboarders of similar ability and spend eight weeks exploring all the mountain has to offer. The group and their coach stay together for the entire program. Mountain Explorers is available for children ages 5-9 and is a flexible, multi-week program that allows parents to choose from a range of dates and lesson lengths. Snowboarding is not available for this program.
Solstice Center of the Healing Arts offers a wide range of integrative therapies from Oriental bodywork to therapeutic and relaxation massage. Solstice combines a clean, professional environment and clinical knowledge to suit the needs of any mountain adventurer.
Selkirk Powder offers cat skiing adventures on the backside of Schweitzer Mountain. Guides take pride in finding you the best untracked powder turns around. Also offering guided backcountry snowmobile tours.
The Mountain Activity Center offers non-skiing activities weekly. Examples include movies, crafts and village games for kids.
Snowmobile Touring lets guests travel to the other side of Schweitzer Mountain to explore spectacular backcountry. Guided tours depart from the top of Schweitzer’s Great Escape Quad.
Snowshoeing is available for guests who want to savor the peace and quiet of Schweitzer trails. Trail passes and snowshoe rentals are available at the Mountain Activity Center and The Ski and Ride Center.
Hermit’s Hollow Tubing Center teaches us how to be a kid again. Tubing is easy and fun, and is open Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are available in the Mountain Activity Center and at all ticket windows. Advance reservations recommended.
Zip Lining lets you descend over 700’ while enjoying breathtaking views of Lake Pend Oreille. Tickets are available in the Mountain Activity Center. Advance reservations are recommended.