• Bogus Basin spent more than $6 million on 52 captial projects this summer, bringing the total investments in improvements over the past five years to $30 million. This year the non-profit ski area has doubled its snowmiaking capacity by 30 percent on its Superior and Moring Star lifts by adding more chairs, and increased lighting for its night operations.

    Bogus Basin also bought three new Tier-4 Pisten-Bully snowcats for grooming different types of terrain, including a Nordic cat for the ski area's extensive cross country tail system, a park cat for sculpting terrain parks and the resort's second winch cat for grooming its steeper terrain. Dining operations continue to grow, too, witha new food truck and expanded outdoor seating at the bottom of the Pine Creek Chairlift. Plus Bogus Basin added 200 more parking spots and installed live cameras in each lot so guests can assess parking availability before making the 16- mile drive from Boise!


    Idaho press OUTDOORS Wednesday, November 10th 2021

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