Idaho

Silver wins the bronze
Silver wins the bronze
Lookout Pass is a powder magnet!
Lookout Pass is a powder magnet!
Sun Valley- Worthy of a lifetime
Sun Valley- Worthy of a lifetime

Sun Valley Resort

Pros: Weather, On Mountain grooming, Lodges, Lack of other people, biggest producer of man made snow anywhere.

Cons: Natural Snow depth, airport location

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13 Results
Bogus Basin

Bogus Basin

“ I've been skiing at Bogus since 1984, (season pass since '98).  As the other reviews have mentioned, the proximity to Boise is great.  On "powder days" my routine is to get to work early, head out in time for the first chair, and be back for any mid-afternoon meetings and to catch up on emails.  Although the vertical isn't great, there are some excellent off trail runs that...” --Cody Feuz

100% Positive Reviews
Sun Valley Resort

Sun Valley Resort

“Sun Valley doesn't need much of an introduction. The classic profile of Baldy from the River Run side is as recognizable as the profile of Lone Peak, that barn in Steamboat, or the tram docking at Snowbird or Jackson. Baldy is a beautiful natural ski mountain: it's 3400 feet of nothing but fall line on several aspects, with some south- and east-facing bowls. The layout of Sun Valley may seem a...” --Gnarlito

100% Positive Reviews
Schweitzer Mountain Resort

Schweitzer Mountain Resort

“ Schweitzer Mountain Resort (SMR) sits 9 miles and 2,000 feet above Sandpoint, Idaho.  It has a summit elevation of 6,400 feet and a vertical drop of 2,400 feet.  It is divided into 2 large bowls spread over 2,900 acres.  Schweitzer Bowl is visible from the base village and often referred to as "South Bowl" by the locals, or just the frontside.  Behind Schweitzer Bowl and...” --Skierish

100% Positive Reviews
Lookout Pass Ski Area

Lookout Pass Ski Area

“ 24 January 2013   6 inches of nice powder today and skiing was good.  Lookout has good coverage and will only get better.  Was a good powder day and only felt bottom on steeper runs; lower Sundance, Dipper and Hercules skied well but a little scratchy underneath in steeper pitches.Grooming is the best it has ever been.   2 January 2013  Plenty of snow.  We...” --Pete No. Idaho

100% Positive Reviews
Silver Mountain Ski & Summer Resort

Silver Mountain Ski & Summer Resort

“ Silver Mountain boasts it has the longest single stage gondola in the world. This can be a good and bad thing: Good as it makes access from Spokane and Coeur d'Alene a breeze on I-90 in any weather. The downside is, its always a 20 minute wait before you're skiing and sometimes longer on (windy) storm days.   Snow is consistent and powder days are frequent. The area receives...” --spknmike

75% Positive Reviews
Pomerelle Mountain Resort

Pomerelle Mountain Resort

“I've been going to Pomerelle for about 25 years.  It's about a hour from Twin Falls, and you have to drive up through Albion and about 10 miles of windy mountain road to get to the base area.  The road got paved a few years ago, and that improved access.  The mountain is hit hard with snow, and the gentle grassy slopes don't need much to get good cover.  I think I've hit a couple of rocks under...” --SpikeDog

100% Positive Reviews
Cottonwood Butte Ski Area

Cottonwood Butte Ski Area

The Cottonwood Butte Ski Area is located in the heart of the Camas Prairie near the town of Cottonwood, Idaho where the pleasurable atmosphere on the slopes, courteous management, and friendly hospitality is not the exception but the rule. We offer groomed runs and powder filled trails among the trees that challenge the intermediate, advanced and expert skiers and snowboarders. Located just...

Soldier Mountain Ski Resort

Soldier Mountain Ski Resort

Soldier Mountain first opened in 1948 with a rope tow. Since then we have added two chairlifts (one in 1971 and one in 1974) and replaced our rope tow with a handle tow on our beginner slope. Soldier Mountain has a base elevation of 5,752 ft. and a top elevation of 7,177 ft. for a total vertical rise of 1,425 ft. covering 1150 acres of variable terrain including glades, bowls, and tree skiing....

Magic Mountain Ski Resort

Magic Mountain Ski Resort

Magic Mountain serves the Twin Falls, Idaho area. The resort operates daily Dec. 18-Jan. 2 and resumes its regular Thursday through Sunday schedule in January.

Tamarack Resort

Tamarack Resort

First fact you ought to know - Tamarack Resort derives its name from the signature grove of Tamarack trees that sits on the mountainside just north of the resort's entrance. Unlike other conifers, Tamaracks are deciduous trees. Needles transform to a brilliant gold during the autumn months, fall off during the winter then sprout new needles in the spring. Second fact you need to know...