Bogus Basin, ID, announced last week that passes for the 2023/24 season would go on sale from February 24 to March 5, 2023. The resort anticipates that during the sale, more than two-thirds of the non-profit’s 2023/24 season passes will be snapped up by devout fans interested in locking into one of the nation’s leading values in mountain recreation. The sale offers the opportunity for recreation enthusiasts to secure the deepest discounts on a Bogus Basin season pass.
The 2023-24 Season Pass product options remain the same, including the popular True Bogus Pass that provides year-round access and partner mountain benefits. The True Bogus Pass offers unrivaled access to 50+ partner resorts. The incredibly affordable Night Season Pass, introduced last fall, is available at its lowest price point during the upcoming sale.
This year, the purchasing process is slightly different, thanks to Bogus Basin’s new RFID technology. Current pass holders can now reload and reuse their same physical pass, which reduces waste, saves time, and lowers costs.
For 80 years, Bogus Basin has defined what it means to have nearby access to world-class mountain recreation and education. It has been a prized local purveyor of outdoor experiences since its inception in 1942. Built for the community, by the community, Bogus Basin is a showcase for the Treasure Valley’s laid-back, outdoorsy lifestyle. Year-round offerings include lifelong opportunities for recreationalists of all ages and abilities – skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, mountain biking, environmental education, and more.
Bogus Basin’s mission of engaging the community in affordable, accessible, and fun year-round education and recreation, coupled with its 501(c)(3) non-profit status, ensures that the guest experience comes first at Bogus Basin – decisions are not driven by shareholders, private financial interests, or expensive real estate deals. Earnings go back into the operation to improve the on-mountain guest experience. In recent years, strong season pass sales and new offerings, including summer operations, have allowed the area to invest more than $40 million in capital projects.