Winter Activities for Priest Lake
WinterTime Rocks at Priest Lake
There are many reasons to love Priest Lake year-round, but winter brings about a special time of year to enjoy Idaho’s crown jewel. Discover why so many people love Priest Lake in the winter, just as much as they do in the summer with our top five reasons below to visit this winter season.
One of the more popular reasons to love Priest Lake in the winter is the area’s 400 miles of groomed trails for snowmobiling. Seek out mountain-top views and a picturesque winter wonderland as you ride through the trails of the Selkirk mountains.
Beyond snowmobiling at Priest Lake, winter brings about several other winter activities including snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.
There is no denying the beauty of Priest Lake, but its landscape takes on an entirely new form during the winter. Think Ansel Adams with the snow-covered peaks of the Selkirk mountains and the beauty of Priest Lake, surrounded by snow-drenched trees for one of the most beautiful winter wonderland landscapes.
Visit frozen falls
Winter in Northern Idaho is a great time to see the landscape in a different light. One such way is seeing frozen waterfalls. Priest Lake is home to several waterfalls that are beautiful to visit in the spring and summer but take on a whole new look in the winter. Snowmobile to Granite and Packer Falls, just north of Elkins Resort.
Cabin rentals at Priest Lake
As a winter enthusiast’s paradise, Elkins Resort offers access to two trailheads that provide access far and wide over the Selkirk Mountain Range. Step out the front door of your cabin and access some of North Idaho’s most pristine winter landscapes with hundreds of miles of snow-packed trails that climb up mountain tops as high as 7,000 feet.