Schweitzer Mountain Resort-Christmas Break

Posted By: Freeride Chronicles on December 31, 2013 9:45 am

There’s nothing better than spending the Holidays with family and friends skiing at your home mountain. I’ve been lucky enough to call Schweitzer Mountain Resort in North Idaho’s Panhandle my home mountain for over 30 years. This is where I’ve been spending the last week enjoy the incredible sunrises, skiing and good friendships

 

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I’m not going to lie we like most resorts on the west could go for a good major RESET with the snow. There’s a few rocks and twigs showing but overall Schweitzer is skiing pretty darn good. With traces of snowfall here and the snow is staying somewhat fresh.

With 100% of the mountain open there’s plenty of run for the Christmas crowds and threes even a few areas that are skiing fabulous like the South Bowl on the frontside. We spent last Saturday the 28th hot lapping the silky corduroy on the Ridge run and the steeps on C-Chute with its’ chalky wind-blown snow. Mix in a little, ok a lot of sunshine it made for a great day. I know, It’s still early in the season, and here at Schweitzer were only one good snowfall from conditions turning from ok to epic.

Here’s a recap of what went down on Saturday at Schweitzer Mountain Resort. You can be the judge.

https://vimeo.com/82898504Schweitzer Mountain Resort-Christmas Break

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A former member of the United States Freestyle ski team, Bob Legasa combined his passion for skiing, outdoors and storytelling and created Freeride Media. Bob has won numerous Society of Photo Journalism Awards and a highly coveted Emmy Award. With over 25 years as a professional Freestyle skier Bob has taken his knowledge of the sport into a variety of different fields including, Television, journalism, coaching, and event management. Bob's passion for skiing can be seen on The Freeride Chronicles Together with his wife Jane of 21 years Bob has two beautiful girls Alli and Hannah. The entire family loves to ski and they can be found most every winter weekend skiing at Schweitzer Mountain.


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