If you have or plan to visit Bogus Basin. That drive can take a toll on anyone, especially kids, and this time of the year, it's a drive you want to take, even if you're not someone who enjoys snowboarding or skiing.

You're cruising down a winding road, the wind in your hair (the window isn't probably open this time of the year, but it's a nice visual), surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of nature with trees covered with snow. That's Bogus Drive for you. It's more than just a route from point A to point B. It's an experience, a journey that captivates your senses and leaves you in awe of the magnificent landscape that is Boise.

Now, I've heard some folks complain about the drive. "It's too long," they say. "The kids get restless." But here's a question for you - have we become so consumed by our fast-paced lives that we can't take a moment to slow down and appreciate the beauty around us?

It was more than just that for one parent on Reddit who asked, "Wondering if anyone else has some good tips for this. My young kids (booster seats) complain every drive without fail... my tummy hurts, my head hurts, and I'm carsick." This parent was hoping to find some solutions to what would help their kids with this beautiful drive up to Bogus Basin.

It was easy for people to chime in with ideas that they thought would be great to help this poor parent who needed help riding up to Bogus to keep their kids from getting sick.

Tips For Kids Who Complain On The Way To Bogus Basin

A bunch of Reddit users gave a parent some useful tips on how to help with kids who are complaining on the trip up to Bogus Basin.

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