Schweitzer Snow Report

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New to Schweitzer Nordic trails? Try this route first.

Schweitzer’s cross country trails are challenging and some can even be daunting for inexperienced skiers. This route gives a good sampling of what’s available, avoids the most difficult, offers amazing views and provides a base for further exploration.The round trip is 8 miles, but there are many rewarding and satisfying intermediate destinations. Click here to download a printable version of this map.

To use the map below: click on trail lines to see a pop up with more information. Click on the link below the map to see it directly in Google Maps where there are more details and options.


View Schweitzer Nordic Intro in a larger map to see full information and to print

Schweitzer Routes

This map presents some of the Schweitzer trails as “routes,” combinations of trail segments to get you from one point to another. This, we hope, will help you make sense of the more confusing parts of the trail system. Mapping the Schweitzer trails in a way that makes them understandable is a bit of a challenge. Part of the problem may be that the signs on the trails must serve both summer mountain bikers and winter skiers and there are quite a few differences between the two trail systems. We try to give descriptions which match the signs you will see when you are out there but we have invented a new junction, Rendezvous, for which there is no sign and included a known junction, Bone Yard, for which there is also no sign. Anyway, as we see it, once you get to know the Schweitzer trails, you will probably won’t need this map. The map is to help you get started.

To use the map below: click on trail lines to see a pop up with more information. Click on the link below the map to see it directly in Google Maps where there are more details and options.

View Schweitzer Nordic Routes in a larger map to see full information and to print
All of these maps are works in progress and the owners and operators of the venues took no part in their preparation. If there are problems, please let us know. To comment, make suggestions or ask questions go to our Facebook page at Sandpoint Nordic Club or send an email to SandpointNordic@gmail.com. While we have taken care to provide what we think is accurate and useful information, that information should not be used as a substitute for good judgment and common sense. If you encounter a situation inconsistent with this map, disregard the map.