Tag: idaho

  • Tamarack

    Tamarack Resort is still a youngster (2004) when compared with other North American ski resorts. Despite this, Tamarack Resort in Donnelly, Idaho, is making a name for itself. Right beside Lake Cascade, Tamarack is a year-round vacation destination with magnificent scenery and marvelous skiing. All through winter, skiers and snowboarders can be seen tackling Tamarack’s […]

  • Idaho

    Located in the northwest region of the United States, the mountainous state of Idaho has Canada on its northern border and is surrounded by Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming and Montana. The mountains of Idaho, combined with its crisp, cold winter months, offers some superb snow sport opportunities and there are a number of ski […]

  • Bogus Basin

    Situated just sixteen miles from Boise, Idaho, Bogus Basin Mountain Resort was opened to the public in 1942. It operates as a non-profit ski area under the direction of the Bogus Basin Recreation Association and so provides great services at affordable rates. Bogus Basin is one of the few resorts of this nature in the […]

  • Brundage

    Brundage Mountain Resort is more than just a ski resort. It is a breathtaking vista, a great family holiday destination, a deep powder challenge, a variety of alpine skiing and boarding slopes and a year-round vacation spot. Situated near McCall, Brundage has been providing one of the most charming skiing experiences in Northwest Idaho for […]

  • Cottonwood Butte

    Cottonwood Butte Ski Resort in north central Idaho, offers an excellent day of skiing not far from the town of Cottonwood. Offering diverse terrain, skiers of all levels of expertise have a great time at Cottonwood Butte. The resort is popular amongst families and is a fantastic spot to learn. Imagine yourself standing at the […]

  • Kelly Canyon

    Kelly Canyon Ski Resort, located in Targhee National Forest of eastern Idaho, is great for the family and boasts a large number of intermediate runs. Founded in 1957, Kelly Canyon continues to attract many skiers and snowboarders to its white powder slopes. As the only resort in the area that offers night skiing, Kelly Canyon […]

  • Lookout Pass

    Lookout Pass, located near the the lovely town of Wallace, Idaho, is a popular ski area amongst both locals and outside visitors. Beautifully and conveniently located, Lookout Pass has been attracting skiers to its slopes since 1936. Lookout Pass is well-known as the ski area that allows you to cross between Idaho and Montana several […]

  • Magic Mountain

    Magic Mountain Ski Resort in Sawtooth National Forest of Idaho has a somewhat rustic feel, but also some of the best skiing you’ll experience. A relatively small ski area, Magic Mountain gives visitors a chance to reconnect with the environment whilst enjoying the thrill of gliding down the snow shrouded slopes. Although not a glamorous […]

  • Pebble Creek

    Springing to life in the late 1940s, Pebble Creek Ski Area has earned a reputation for superior slopes. Traditionally the east side of Mount Bonneville earned a reputation as one of the most challenging slopes in the state, and while Mount Bonneville still offers her tempting steep slopes to those up to the challenge, the […]

  • Pomerelle

    Situated amidst the scenic Sawtooth National Forest, Pomerelle Ski Area enjoys an elevation of 8000 ft; just 1000 ft below the mountain’s summit. It sees 500 inches of annual snowfall and it’s 24 trails stretch out over 500 acres of well-organized and utilized land. Pomerelle offers something for beginner, intermediate and advanced skiers, but it […]

  • Schweitzer

    Schweitzer Mountain Resort is a great place where family and friends can just relax and enjoy the snow. Featuring 2900 acres of varied terrain and plenty of trails, Schweitzer has something for everyone. In addition to this, the trails are combined in such a way that you can choose from only steep slopes, only easy […]

  • Silver Mountain

    Silver Mountain was once a treasure trove of rich silver deposit, which drew many prospectors to this corner of north Idaho in an attempt to strike it rich. Today, long after the silver deposits have dried up, it has found a new place in the lives of many people. It has become a coveted skiing […]