Spring Bonus!

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No Experience? No Problem!

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Memory Makers

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Top 12 Things to Enhance Your Selkirk Powder Company Experience

  Selkirk Powder Company gets reservation requests from all over the country. We get many repeat visitors, and plenty of new visitors alike. Here’s a list of our Top 12 to enhance your visit with us. Bring your friends and family…the more the merrier! Book slope-side…

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Featured Winter Fun

Winter Xtreme – Selkirk Powder is featured cover story in Sandpoint Magazine When planning your next trip with Selkirk Powder be sure to check out the Winter 2018 edition of Sandpoint Magazine: The cover story features our Selkirk Powder’s new helicopter ski operations, the history of our company, and an…

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Sightseeing Tours By Snowcat

Snowcat Tours

 Children sitting in snowcat cockpit We’re not sure there’s any better way to see majestic snow covered mountains than in a warm and comfortable custom cabin of a powerful snowcat. Snowcats were developed to provided a finished texture to ski slopes but have been adapted in recent…

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Snow Has Come To Selkirk Powder

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Heli Skiing Selkirk Powder

red helicopter image Pictured (l to r): Morgan Lohman, President Lohman Helicopter, Selkirk Powder’s Ken Barrett, Cody Carter, Indie Film Editor (and former Poor Boyz Director and Editor), Selkirk Powder’s Dave Alley, Safety Coordinator, and Alf Cromwell, Marketing Director     Press Release: New Heli Skiing In…

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Summer is Over; Fall Fest is Here!

fallfest-band Listening to NOAA weather radio this morning I was stoked to hear the forecaster state plainly: After tomorrow the summer-like weather is over.   What a perfect segway to the summer-ending bash called Fall Fest to be held for the 24th time at Schweitzer Mountain Resort…

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Cat Skiing in an Above Average Season

Cat Skiing

selkirk-powder-snow-forecast-2017 Cat skiing at Selkirk Powder in the Northern Rocky Mountains should be excellent during the 2016-17 season, considering that the NOAA Winter forecast calls for ABOVE AVERAGE PRECIPITATION for the entire ski season. Meteorologists state that the La Nina effect should be amplified, much the same way the “Godzilla” El Nino…

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