BOISE, ID - Bogus Basin officials announced Thursday that the nonprofit ski and recreation area north of Boise will open its Pepsi Gold Rush Tubing Hill, Frontier Point Nordic Lodge and a non-lift served (hiking only) terrain park near the Deerpoint Chairlift #1.
“We’re continuing to make snow daily and anticipate opening more terrain next weekend,” said Bogus Basin General Manager Brad Wilson. “If the current weather pattern continues, we expect to have the Coach lift open -- along with our two new beginner conveyer lifts -- on December 16th.”
Bogus will wrap up a yearlong celebration of its 75th Anniversary on December 22nd with a planned birthday party and various family-friendly activities, officials said.
The Pepsi Gold Rush Tubing Hill hours:
Saturday, 12/9: 9:00 am - last session to start at 4:30 pm (tubing hill will close at 6:00 pm)
Sunday, 12/10: 9:00 am - last session to start at 3:00 pm (tubing hill will close at 4:30 pm)
Reservations are available online at www.bogusbasin.org under tickets and passes. The cost is $15 plus tax. For tubing hill information, you can call 208-332-5493.
The Frontier Point Nordic Lodge will be open from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday for tickets, lessons and rental equipment. The Nordic Highway has been groomed from Frontier Point Lodge to Superior, a 6.4K out-and-back loop. For Nordic center information, you can call 208-332-5390.
A non-lift served terrain park for intermediate to advanced skiers and snowboarders has been built near the Deerpoint Chairlift. Access is available by hiking, and is free of charge, according to a Bogus Basin news release.
The Simplot Lodge will be open for restroom access only on the main floor.
Bogus Basin’s downtown sales office will be open on Saturday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm for season pass pickups and retail purchases. For sales office questions, you can call 208-332-5162.