Snowy Idaho Fun at Soldier Mountain’s New Terrain Park
I have not been impressed with the snowfall in the Treasure Valley so far this winter. It has been a mild one which is nothing bad in town, but if you are an avid skier, it may have put a small damper on your plans. Or maybe you have just been up to Bogus Basin so much that you are ready for a change of scenery. Good news, Soldier Mountain is opening its terrain park tomorrow! According to the press release the park features several rails and boxes, as well as various snow features.
It gets better if you make it out the first two weeks (starting tomorrow) you get to play for free! That's right! The resort won't charge guests to use the park for the first two weeks of operation according to the release. After that, guests can purchase a separate Park Pass for $27 if they want to hike the park to access its features. Season passholders and guests who purchase a walk-up lift ticket for the day do not need to purchase a separate Park Pass. Visitors can access the terrain park off run no. 10, North Ridge.
If you have never been to Soldier Mountain, let me fill you in. They were established in 1947 and are a family friendly mountain resort near Fairfield, Idaho. The Soldier Mountains are part of the Sawtooth National Forest and are about two hours from Boise.
Check out more about what adventures await you just a couple of hours away. Here is the website for more soldiermountain.com
Stay safe and have fun :)