Take in the view of 175—or more—combined ski runs and the coolest snowmobile location ever! Located on the Great Escape quad chairlift terminal, Schweitzer’s summit cam shows the convenience of our location (red roof building) just steps away from the lift and Skyhouse restaurant. This is a fantastic webcam, and you’ll want to open the full screen version. After opening, use your mouse to drag and zoom this high-resolution panarama image. (The image updates every 10 min.)
Schweitzer also offers a webcam of the base area.
Selkirk Powder's webcam
Selkirk Powder’s webcam, though not so snazzy, takes a picture tour from our summit-based lodge of our 4,350 acres of cat skiing terrain. To see each featured view, navigate to the feed and refresh your browser about every 35 s.
Weather conditions are serious business for us and we take this information in like sieves. Our Davis remote wireless weather station is also located at our summit lodge (el. 6,336 ft). and continually updates current weather and trends.
NOAA’s regional office in Spokane, Washington, produces this triple doppler radar image. The map animates the previous hour’s worth of signals. The National Weather Service offers more satellite imagery.
5 day outlook
We’ve coordinated with Snow-Forecast.com, a provider of snow reports for 3,200 ski resorts around the world, to provide this 5 day forecast. This report automatically updates four times daily. Visit our profile on Snow-Forecast.com for a more detailed 6 day forecast.
Powderchasers provides long-range snow forecasts and concierge-style assistance in planning your next powder-hunting trip.
SNOTEL snowpack data
The National Water & Climate Center, part of the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, has collected snowpack data since the 1960s; here is our local SNOTEL report.
The avalanche advisory contains insights into conditions that dig deeper than tabular data: IPAC’s advisory for the Selkirk & Cabinet Ranges.