Change Seasons, Change Gears
40+ miles of trails for all
Summer Opening Day is scheduled for June 16, 2023! Mountain bike access is not guaranteed for Opening Day.
Biking at Schweitzer offers a little bit of something for everyone. Whether you're a downhill junky, cross country fanatic or just looking for a fun outing on the mountain, you'll find fun trails to explore around the mountain.
We offer over 40 miles of trails at Schweitzer. Start in our village and warm your legs up as you head out to Picnic Point to take in the sweeping views of the mountains and Lake Pend Oreille. From there, your options are wide open. For those looking for a downhill thrill, Schweitzer has many intermediate to expert options. All downhill trails begin at the top of the Great Escape Quad and descend 1700' to the Schweitzer Village.
Ready for more vertical? Use the Highpoint Trail to connect Schweitzer to the Little Sand Creek Basin trail system for 4000 vertical feet of fun single track all the way to the valley. Bike rentals are also available through our Rental Shop!
For updated trail conditions, visit our conditions page for the latest info.
E-bikes (Class I ONLY) are allowed on Schweitzer trails. This includes lift-serviced trails (provided the e-bike fits in our loading trays). E-bikes YIELD TO ALL OTHER TRAFFIC ON THE TRAILS.
Summer 2023 Mountain Bike Season Passes
Adults - $249
Child (6 & under) - $29
Already a Winter 2023/24 Season Passholder? Add on a Summer Season Pass for as low as $99, +taxes & fees!
Prices are subject to 6% Idaho state sales tax & 3.5% Resort Fee. Total taxes and fees are 9.71% of purchase.
Summer 2023 Trail Maps
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Selkirk Recreation District Shuttle
Interested in doing Lower Basin laps? Great news for you - the SRD Shuttle is back for summer 2023!
Saturdays & Sundays starting July 1.
Red Barn pick-up at 10:00am, 12:00pm, and 2:00pm
Lower Basin Parking Area (Roundabout) at 11:00am and 1:00pm
* Space is limited. First come, first served. *
$10 per person. Cash only.
Drop off spots the Welcome sign at the end of the main parking lot and up at Spires. "No Dogs, No Firearms, No bad attitudes!"
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