Wednesday, March 26, 2008

The end of winter is no reason to stow your gear.

Here’s what’s on the menu in Idaho this spring: Burgers grilling on the deck, corn snow on the slopes, and sunscreen on rosy cheeks—served under blue sky and sunshine. Skiing late March and early April in Idaho is special.

I took a special spring tour into the heart of Idaho shared in this issue. The spring conditions were perfect on a loop through Bogus Basin, Soldier Mountain and Sun Valley. Also featured are the terrain and amenities you’ll find at Tamarack, Bogus Basin and Magic Mountain. There’s also time left to get the best lodging deals of the season—learn all about them here. Take a look at the events calendar to pick your dates.

Blue skies, mild temperatures and hero snow make spring a great time to be on the slopes. In addition to better visibility and better weather, spring skiers can count on shorter lift lines and wide-open runs.

Best of all, 2008 offers spring skiing as good as it gets in Idaho, thanks to the deepest snow packs in years. Most resorts have a base of 10 feet or more. Plus, March is a great snow month. Spring rains in the city mean powder days on the hill.

Spring is also time to think about next winter. Season pass sales have started at all your favorite resorts. Buy now and save from 40-60 percent on next year’s winter fun. And keep your head up. Winter’s done, but the fun will go on in the mountains of Idaho.

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