Idaho

Bogus Basin Trail Map

Bogus Basin Trail Map

View the trails and lifts at Bogus Basin with our interactive trail map of the ski resort. Plan out your day before heading to Bogus Basin or navigate the mountain while you're at the resort with the latest Bogus Basin trail maps. Click on the image below to see Bogus Basin Trail Map in a high quality.
Bogus Basin resort's trail map

Terrain

The varied terrain, which ranges from beginner to advanced, is serviced by 11 total lifts, 3 of which are detachable high-speed quads. Bogus Basin receives an average annual snowfall of 250 inches. The Idaho ski resort’s summit elevation of 7,582 feet delivers 1,800 feet of vertical for skiers and riders to enjoy. Bogus Basin visitors have access to 165 acres of night skiing and other winter activities, including snowshoeing, a Nordic skiing center (with 24 miles of Nordic trails), terrain parks and tubing.

There is a total of 91 runs: 22% beginner, 45% intermediate and 33% advanced. The longest run (Paradise Trail) is 1.5 miles. These are all served by seven chairlifts. The resort is typically open between Thanksgiving and early April. Base elevation for Pine Creek (Chair 6) is 5,790 feet and 6,150 feet for the main base area (Chair 1).

Operating status: Closed

N.A./9
Beginner Runs Open
N.A./41
Intermediate Runs Open
N.A./28
Advanced Runs Open
N.A./10
Expert Runs Open
0

Terrain Overview

10%
Beginners Runs
47%
Intermediate Runs
32%
Advanced Runs
11%
Expert Runs
88
Runs in Total
1.5 mi
Longest Run
2600 ac
Skiable Terrain
175 ac
Night Skiing
75 ac
Snow Making
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