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Where History Meets The Center of the Universe


Spring into Wallace.

Once the sun starts to peek out again Wallace starts to really come alive with shows, events and plenty of smiling faces.


Summer is a blast in Wallace.

Summertime is playtime in Wallace… Events, outdoor dining, concerts, mountain biking, zip lines…


Come for the views.
Stay for the beer.

Fall is a sight to behold in Wallace. Tucked tight in the mountains all the fall colors of nature wrap around you.


Winter wonderland
in Wallace.

With magical holiday celebrations and snowcapped mountains, Wallace is easy to get to and hard to leave.



Wallace is the ideal base camp for you to explore the beauty and wonder of the Silver Valley and surrounding Bitterroot Mountains. Explore our site to find the best that Mother Nature has to offer. For adventure in and around town, see our attractions page for truly one-of-a-kind experiences only available here. Incredible history meets incredible beauty in this town.


Surrounded by towering mountains, thick with pines and huckleberry bushes and crisscrossed with trails waiting to be explored, Wallace’s warm and friendly residents are proud to welcome visitors to our historic silver mining town. You’re invited to tap into a motherlode of historic attractions that will captivate your imagination, thrill your senses, and transport you back to the days of the wild West – which lasted much longer around Wallace than most places! Enjoy truly unique museums and historical sites that tell the stories of the railroaders, miners, working class heroes, and even “working girls” that carved this gem of a town from Idaho’s beautiful Bitterroot Mountains.


Fun Fact – Wallace, Idaho is one of only four cities in the United States that is entirely listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


Lookout Pass will Open Sat. & Sun. Nov 12-13, 9a-4p. 
Chairs 1 & 4 
Opening weekend rates: $35 Adults, Military & College Students. $25 Youth & Seniors 62-79. 
Understandably early season conditions exist. Potential obstacles and thin areas may. e encountered. 
You may want to wait for more snow if all you have is new gear. Groomed Trails will be Black Bear, Huckleberry, Gold, Grub Steak, Golden Eagle, and Success. Possibly some un-groomed trails will be open too. 
The Loft Pub, Food Service & Snowsports School Open
Stop by #SkiLookout to pickup your Season Pass or join us at #HyperSpudSports or #UID in Moscow 11/10. or the #Inlander #WinterParty in #Spokane Fri. & Sat. to get your pass issued. 
SEASON PASS SALE runs thru Nov. 18th. 
#WinterIsHere #OpeningDay #SkiIdaho #VisitIdaho #SkiMT #MissoulaMT #RideIdaho #CDAIdaho #LookoutPass #DigWallace #HistoricWallaceChamber #MontanaSkiArea #Snowboard #Ski #OptOutside
…what do they say about the best things in life being free? 

Free Ski School is BACK at Lookout Pass!

Registration for the 22-23 Winter is now open 👏

The first Free Ski School lesson will be held on January 7th. 

Free Ski School has made some changes to better enhance the program and your experience on the mountain. 

You can find a complete list of changes and link to register for the Free Ski School program on our website under Lessons & Programs. 

#skilookout #skischool #digwallace #skithenwrockies
Who's ready for a cold one? 

#WinterIsComing #VisitIdaho #DigWallace #CDAIdaho #VisitMontana #Missoula #Snow
Trees from the Eagle Peak Expansion Trail Cutting headed to the lumber yard. Love seeing strong progress by the loggers as they clear the final few trails. 
#EaglePeak #SkiMontana #SkiNWRockies #PNWSki #WinterIsComing #WeLoveWinter #MontanaMoment #DigWallace #OptOutside #SkiMT #SkiIdaho #VisitNorthIdaho
PLEASE NOTE - The Hiawatha Trail is indeed OPEN starting May 27th of Memorial Day weekend & 7 days a week thru Sept. 18th. Travel down I-90 to the parking area in Taft, MT has no issues. 
BUT Shoshone County just advised us that Moon Pass from Wallace to the Loop Creek Drainage (Just short of Pearson, ID) will be CLOSED this weekend due to weather. 
Access from Avery, ID to Pearson, ID (the bottom of the Hiawatha Trail) is OPEN even though you will see a sign in Avery that says road closed ahead. The sign is to warn guests that they can't ride all the way over to Wallace, ID. Guests wanting to ride the Hiawatha Trail and park at the bottom (Pearson) will be able to get to the Pearson Trailhead from Avery, ID. 
Again no issues traveling down I-90 to Taft, MT (exit 5) and up the 506 to the East Portal parking area. 
East Portal is the natural start and primary parking lot for the Hiawatha Scenic Bike Trail. 
We hope to see you this weekend. Enjoy incredible scenic views with snow on the surrounding mountain tops. Also know that the trail will be wet as is the case every spring. TIPS: Bring a towel or two for drying off and to put on your car seats. Bring a change of clothes. Dress for the weather. Bring a thermos with hot chocolate. Know that the long St. Paul Pass tunnel is cold ~ 47 degrees year round. Ride Early to enjoy more wildlife. NOTE: Fewer people ride the trail especially in the early season Opening thru the start of school break and late season after kids are back in school - COME PREPARED AND ENJOY! 

#UltimateAdventure #Hiawatha #RailsToTrails #WallaceIdaho #DigWallace #SilverValley #OptOutside #RideYourBike #VisitIdaho #AveryIdaho #MoonPass
Final weekend for Lift Served Down Hill Mountain Biking will be the extended Labor Day weekend of September 3-4-5 & 6 (Friday thru Monday) at Ski Lookout Pass. Hours will be 10am to 3:30pm.  Come Ride our family friendly trails!  FYI The Hiawatha Scenic Bike Trail will be Open 7 Days a week thru September 19th. Make your reservation today!  Reservations are not required (But Preferred) if you have your own bikes, lights and helmets. #GetOutAndRide #RideYourBike #DigWallace #RideIdaho #18Summers