Schweitzer brings back night skiing for ticket holders only

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SANDPOINT, Idaho — Schweitzer is bringing back night skiing this weekend, and they expect skiers to mask up this time.

The mountain resort announced that season pass holders and people who pre-purchased tickets online will be able to take part in night skiing on January 22 and 23.

Schweitzer says there will be no on-site tickets available.

The mountain previously had to shut down night skiing operations after people refused to comply with COVID mask protocols, some of whom allegedly verbally abused staff.

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People can continue to pre-purchase tickets for twilight skiing—between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.—online, with proceeds going to Schweitzer’s ‘Own the Night’ partners.

For more information, visit the Schweitzer website.

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