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Shred hard, play hard. As a non-profit mountain, community is everything at Bogus. From the Primetimers to Vertigals to the Bogus Basin Ski Club, we make having fun together a professional sport.

Skier making a turn down the slopes
Skier making a turn down the slopes
Skier making a turn down the slopes


If you are looking for an adult group dedicated to great times on and off the mountain, the Bogus Basin Ski Club is the perfect social organization for you! The BBSC hosts the annual Warren Miller Ski Film every fall, organizes several destination ski trips, an annual champagne brunch, Crab Crack, and an end-of-season tailgate party at Bogus Basin. After the snow melts, the fun doesn’t stop with several summer activities as well.


Yearly membershipTBD


The Vertigals is a free, woman led, social snowboard and ski group, thats meets Wednesday mornings at 9:45 am in front of the J.R. Simplot Lodge, January through March. You need to be at least confident on green and blue terrain serviced by the chairlifts on the front side of the mountain, and a lift ticket or Bogus Basin season pass is required.


Wednesdays @ 9:45am (January-March)


For those who are in the prime time of their life! The Primetimers is a group of enthusiastic skiers who feel age is just a number when if comes to winter recreation. Eexplore the mountain with a group that knows the area like the back of their gloves. Anyone is welcome to join, so come rack up some vertical feet with the Primetimers!

Group leaders meet Wednesdays afternoons at the Deer Point Express charlift, and split into groups of similar ability level and enjoy an afternoon on the hill. If you arrive early, you are invited to enjoy lunch with the gang, but plan to stay afterward the group rides for apres ski festivities in J.R’s T-Bar at J.R. Simplot Lodge.


Wednesday afternoons – time is TBD


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