Bogus Basin Makes Skiing Easy And Affordable With Pass Options

Dated: 11/09/2017

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Boise is lucky to be within driving distance of Bogus Basin Recreation Area and Ski Resort. It's easy to hit the slopes, get a workout, and enjoy the beautiful Idaho outdoors with just a short drive to Bogus Basin. There are numerous pass options that make it easy to become an avid skier or snowboarder.

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Passport Program 

Don't know how to ski or snowboard? The Passport Program is perfect for you.

Beginner skiers and snowboarders will be able to take four, one hour and 45-minute lessons. Classes are created by grouping learners of the same age and ability.

Once you have your snow legs, you can take advantage of a 2017/2018 pass with unlimited equipment usage. The pass is $299, plus tax. Now that's a good deal!

Powder Alliance

Combine your love of skiing with your love of travel! The Powder Alliance provides unlimited access to Bogus Basin's 10 lifts, and 45 additional days of skiing at 15 other world-class mountains. That's a total of 172 lifts and 1,175 trails.

You can ski as far away as Kiroro, Japan, or stay a little closer and head to Schweitzer, Idaho. See a full list of ski resorts here.

Night Pass

Want to unwind on the slopes after a day at work? The Night pass is $99, plus tax, and pays for itself after your third visit.

New Resident Season Pass

This is the perfect pass for Thinking Boise clients! If you're new to the Treasure Valley, then Bogus Basin wants to say "welcome." Get to know the resort through the New Resident Season Pass. Verify that you're a new resident and you'll qualify for a $329 pass.

Bogus Basin Passes

A typical Bogus Basin pass retails for $499 currently. You can view the season pass information here.

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