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Reviews for Bogus Basin
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This is such a great hometown resort. Tons of runs for all abilities, with some nice long ones on the backside. Pass costs are reasonable, especially season passes. Have rarely encountered lift lines mid week. ... Full Review
Braxton bri and cyilist are awesome people they need a raise they helped me out on some roadside assistance after hours made my day ... Full Review
Growing up at Bogus I try not to be bias with this review.
This very close, family friendly mountain gives great insight into your advancements in skiing. From low aspect to steeper more avalanche like terrain it is a proper resort to hone your skills for a ski trip. The snow consistency has been great this year but still remains that after a day or two from a dump it becomes well, bogus. In which conditions start to ice over. The runs are definitely short but there are many lifts with varying terrain that can easily fill up the urge for exploration. Apart from skiing the lodges are what I would say mid quality with good food as well for the price if you compare it to other resorts in the area, that is if you can find a spot to sit. Other than that is is a must see to add onto your list and I can certainly agree that it will not be the lowest in your list (A little above mid for the resorts I have visited )... Full Review
Great small family resort Idaho Friendly, greatly improved with more high speed quads, variable terrain and off trail exploring is technical and fun. Have raised my children to be very proficient skiers at any resort because of cost convenience night skiing and all around fun great mountain!,... Full Review
I have called their ticket office 150 times this morning to try to buy tickets because their website isn’t working. In the last 150 calls, I have never spoken to anyone. Also the snow at bogus is frequently very icy so you are better off driving a little further to ski somewhere with better snow. ... Full Review
Great local ski option! Thank you Bogus!... Full Review
Night skiing starts at 3pm, till 10pm. The night pass holders can get a full hour on the Pine Creek chair in daylight, then ski Superior lift till 9:30pm on the backside. The longest lines of the day are frontside chairs at 4 to 5pm. Strange! The snowmaking has helped start the season and made the south facing runs better. Bogus road car lines are in both directions as riders decide which hours they are using the mountain. My season pass day/night costs less than 3 days at many big resorts! Thanks ... Full Review
Really cool place. We are Texan, New Mexico skiers looking for something different and we were blown away. Really nice and old school but with quick lifts. Lots of variety. Love it. We all rated it better than Sun Valley for skiing. You better come prepared if you stay there. ... Full Review
Bogus used to be a great family place to visit, but in recent years the new management has ruined it.
Now it's overpriced, undeserved and no more fun. If you complain you will get a threatening email from the general manager Brad Wilson. He is an example of how horrible the lack of customer service is, and how they only care about money.
Don't waste your time or money, go to one of the less expensive and better resorts. ... Full Review
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