8 Idaho Ski resorts you Have To Visit

Skiing isn’t the only crucial part of a Idaho Ski resorts.There are many things  like lodging , sledding, tubing, mountains coasters, food and trails are other factors that have taken these particular Idaho shared spots to the top of our list . Idaho is ideal for outdoors enthusiasts, hosting a variety of mountain ranges and landscapes and after experiencing all of these things you feel like you are in a ski paradise. There are more summer activities like zip lining, mountain bike and scenic chair lift rides.

1.Tamarack Resort 

Tamarack is the perfect ski resort for everyone! The slopes are perfectly groomed, there is a great ski school for those looking to learn how to ski or snowboard, the snowshoeing trails are great and there are so many wonderful amenities to enjoy, which makes the resort the perfect mountain vacation. In addition, I loved how cozy the Lodge at Osprey Meadows were and The Village is absolutely beautiful! I enjoyed the food at The Reserve. I will definitely be back in the future.

  2. Sun Valley  

 Sun Valley is a resort city in Blaine county Idaho, United state  The resort is adjacent to the city of Ketchum and within the greater Wood River valley. Among skiers, the term “Sun Valley” refers to the alpine ski area, which consists of Bald mountain, the main ski mountain adjacent to KetchumThe term “Sun Valley” is used more generally to speak of the region surrounding the city, including the neighboring city of ketchum and the Wood River Valley area winding south to Hailey .

3. Bogus Basin

Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area is a ski area in the western United States, located in southwest Idaho in Boise County. Bogus Basin is a smaller and less challenging mountain. However, there are runs to satisfy all levels of skiers and boarders. As with other reviewers, I experienced the mountain during icy and less powdery times. With the resort being smaller, the runs are short and we ran out of runs to make. The lodge was  disappointing for me from a menu/quality of food perspective. Definitely a fun time and a great warm-up for Sun Valley.

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4. Brundage Mountain

 Brundage Mountain is a classic Idaho Ski Resort. Brundage is best known for its powder-packed glades and luxuriously wide groomed runs. Brundage Mountain is blessed with more than 320 base area inches of snowfall annually and has an undisputed reputation for the Best Snow in Idaho.the Brundage Bike Park is open five days a week, along with Smoky’s Bar & Grill. Mountain-top weddings and catered events take advantage of this stunning location.

5. Schweitzer Mountain Resort

Schweitzer Mountain is considered one of the best family-friendly ski resorts in the Pacific Northwest and offers amazing views of the surrounding town (Sandpoint) as well as of Canada and Lake Pend Oreille.Besides its many trails, it also offers 32 kilometers of Nordic trails, which can be used for snowshoeing or cross-country skiing in the winter, or mountain biking is available  for you. The day lodge in the village, the Lakeview Lodge, houses ticket sales, the Season Pass Office, Guest Services, Taps (a full-service bar), the Lakeview Cafe (a cafeteria), Cabinet Mountain Coffee (a coffee shop), ski patrol and daycare services. There are two additional day lodges on the mountain. Sky House, which operates both winter and summer at the top of the Great Escape lift, houses ski patrol, restrooms, a counter service restaurant (Red Hawk Cafe, operates in winter only), and a full-service restaurant and bar (The Nest). The Outback Inn, near the base of the Stella lift, has cafeteria service and restrooms.

6. Silver Mountain Resort

Silver Mountain Resort is a ski resort in the northwest United States, located in the Silver Valley region of northern Idaho, just south of Kellogg and Interstate 90 in Shoshone County. Here you can enjoy it with your family. In winter time  you can enjoy snow tubing, skiing or snowboarding or golfing, mountain biking, hiking.When you stay with Silver Mountain Lodging be sure to grab a Kid’s Passport and check with the front desk about our outdoor movies, water bomb fights, craft times, singalongs with smores by the fire and much more.  The front desk can give you the lowdown on all of the activities and games around the base plus all the information you need to maximize your fun

7. Soldier Mountain

Soldier Mountain ski area is an alpine ski area in the western United states.Soldier Mountain has affordable ticket prices, and special pricing for things like larger groups and twilight deals for the last hour of the day. It is great for family.A beautiful lodge serves homemade fare with a smile on the side. Enjoy hand-pressed burgers, great chili or quick and easy snacks for the kids.you can always go off trail. Soldier offers cat skiing that gives adventures access to Smoky Dome, the highest peak in the Soldier Mountains. At 10,095 feet, it provides acres upon acres of beautiful views and awesome snow.

8. Lookout Pass

Lookout Pass is a mountain pass in the Rocky Mountains of the northwestern United States. In the Coeur d’Alene Mountains of the Bitterroot Range, the pass is on the border between Idaho and Montana, Lookout Pass is a skiing and snowboarding area. It’s no wonder Lookout Pass was voted the most family-friendly mountain resort in the Pacific Northwest by OnTheSnow visitors. They are also home to the Lookout Pass Famous Free Ski School for kids. You’ll find four lifts serving 34 named runs and acres of great tree skiing. But what skiers and riders love most about Lookout is an average of more than 400 inches of light, dry powder snow annually.