This is officially the snowiest season ever at Schweitzer! With the new snow from yesterday we just surpassed the previous village season snowfall record of 412 inches from the 1998/99 season. We are now up to 416 inches and it’s still snowing! Come on up and enjoy another powder day from this record setting season! #schweitzerlife #somuchsnow #neverendingwinter
There’s nothing better than living in a ski town that’s having record breaking season. This year, Sandpoint locals were treated to the deepest season on record as La Niña delivered heaps upon heaps of snowfall to the northern reaches of Idaho.
This morning Schweitzer Mountain Resort reported 416″ (34.6 feet) of snow this winter beating out the record 98/99 season that saw a total of 412″ (34.3 feet). The base is currently at a plush 144″. What’s even better is that resort officials recently extended the closing date to April 15th, giving the resort more time to rack up inches and put distance between the best and the 2nd best seasons ever.
The snow conditions are great out there today. The new snow that has fallen in the last 48 hours is nice and light so even the runs that are cut up are still soft and really fun to carve down!
This is officially the snowiest winter ever at Schweitzer! We had another 2 inches fall last night bumping our season snowfall total in the village to 416 inches!
4 inches of new snow last night and it’s been snowing hard most of the morning. The forecast is calling for 2-4 inches to fall today then we should have sunny weather for the next 3 days! Don’t forget to register for the Stomp Games Banked Slalom this weekend! #schweitzerlife #stormskiing #stompgames #bankedslalom
The wave of #snow just keeps coming! Over a foot in the last 3 days and over a foot forecasted by Friday 🙂 The #MLK weekend is going to be amazing! #fireworks #livemusic @deschutesbeer @woodythebarrel in the village and a whole lot more 🙂 . . #schweitzerlife #visitidaho #powderdays #powder #powderday #snowing #winter #winterwonderland
Find up-to-date conditions here: Schweitzer Snow Report