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Sled2Shred backcountry skiing & splitboarding


These are tours not normally accessible from Schweitzer by foot. In this version of backcountry skiing and splitboard touring, we’ll use our fleet of trail snowmobiles to access our heli skiing zones. After a brief safety talk at our lodge, we’ll drive away and ride Priest Lake State Forest logging roads that ring the bottoms of our heli skiing areas. From the sleds, we’ll transition to skinning gear and ascend for freshies, lunch, and good times. With our experienced and certified rider/guides leading the way, we quickly access these awesome backcountry zones for incredible tours.

BC 101: Skinning and splitboarding lessons can be arranged—our guides enjoy showing people how to use and travel on backcountry gear.


After booking, you may request to change your reservation time or date, though we assess an administrative fee of $40 for each change. Please visit Policies for our full cancellation policy.


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Please help us recreate safely. Read our COVID-19 statement for our plans and expectations.

We have a great base of tours to work with, but as you know, every tour is a bit different by the nature of the group. When you book your reservation, please describe your group’s make-up and objectives to Ronnie or Alix, or put them in the comments. After the reservation is received, the guide assigned will open a communication channel with you and work to develop an itinery and route. Every level of rider can be accommodated.

In order to facilitate a safe and positive experience, please consider the following:

  • All group members must be in good physical condition.
  • All group members must come equipped with pack, shovel, probe *, and have prior experience using all of their equipment.
  • All group members must possess intermediate or advanced skiing or snowboarding skills and be practiced and competent in uphill snow travel.
  • Uphill modes of travel may be alpine touring (AT) skis, telemark skis, splitboards, or snowshoes *. (Skis or splitboards require climbing skins.)

* Exception: For private groups, we welcome beginners and those new to their equipment.

  • licensed guides *
  • snow safety instruction
  • single-use lift ticket for the initial chairlift ride
  • lunch and water