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Skiing in Idaho

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Skiing in Idaho

Skiing in Idaho is among the best in the country. The breathtaking scenery of Idaho is the perfect complement to its 18 resorts with 28,000 vertical feet on over 18,000 acres of spectacular snow-soaked mountains, offering some of the best terrain and the deepest snow.

Skiing in Idaho

Only three hours from the State Capital of Boise is the world-famous Sun Valley Resort. Consistently ranked in the “Best of” categories for nearly half a century, Sun Valley is America’s first destination ski resort. Boasting 3400’ of vertical drop, bluebird skies, and fluffy, dry powder, Sun Valley is Idaho’s most luxurious resort.

Bogus Basin Mountain Recreational Area is just 16 miles from Boise city limits. This recreation area offers skiing and tubing in wintertime, and hiking, mountain biking, a mountain coaster, and scenic lift rides in the summer. Known primarily for its excellent downhill skiing on 2,600 acres of skiable terrain, Bogus Basin is a recreation lover’s paradise all year long.

The newest resort to add to the mix is Tamarack Ski Resort near Donnelly, Idaho. The 1,100 acres of skiable terrain and 2,800’ vertical drop, along with panoramic views of Lake Cascade and uncrowded slopes, is putting Tamarack on the map.

Brundage Mountain Ski Resort in McCall, Idaho, recently earned SKI Magazine’s Editor’s Choice – Next Best Places award for up-and-coming areas.

Top ranking Schweitzer Mountain is a family favorite winter destination with 2,900 acres of incredible terrain, two expert bowls, tree skiing, and plenty of fun in the ski village. Located in the North Idaho panhandle, Schweitzer overlooks the beautiful town of Sandpoint and massive Lake Pend Oreille.

Silver Mountain Ski Resort claims some of the best snow in the Pacific Northwest and the longest gondola in the world! The resort transforms into a mountain bikers paradise in the summer along with mountain top golfing. The largest year-round indoor water park in the region is here.

Skiing in Idaho is one of the most desired ski destinations in North America. If you haven’t skied Idaho yet, it’s about to become your new favorite powder playground.

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