These are the best ski areas and resorts in all of Idaho 

When it comes to Idaho, skiing is a big deal. People of all ages love to come and have a good time, but which skiing area is the best of them all? 


Avery Hassman

Bogus Basin is one of the ski resorts in the area that people frequent during the winter.

Aaron Farfan, Reporter

Schweitzer Mountain Resort is considered a good skiing resort. Online reviews mostly average around four and a half stars. It is high up in the mountains near Sandpoint, Idaho and has a nice feeling to it. 

Pomerelle Mountain Resort in Albion, Idaho is a decent ski and snowboard resort. Online reviews usually give it a four-star rating or higher. They also offer lessons for skiing, including private and group lessons. This is also one of Idaho’s oldest ski resorts, so it has a sense of nostalgia to it.  

Brundage Mountain Resort in McCall, Idaho based on ratings is a good to great ski resort, with ratings being in a four-star rating or higher on most sites. This resort offers lessons in private and group settings. Lately, though, some reviews have suggested that management hasn’t been the best. 

Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area in Boise, Idaho is one of the most popular ski areas in Idaho. When it comes to ratings on multiple websites, the resort averages around four-and-a-half or higher. This site is known to many and is available to people of all ages. This is also one of the oldest ski areas in all of Idaho. The area offers public and private lessons. Also, it is open until 10:00 p.m. daily, which is later than most ski places in Idaho will offer. 

Costs vary depending on resort or area and, in the end, ski resorts and areas usually give all a similar experience and everyone has differing opinions of these areas.