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Non-Profit.
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True Bogus

Bogus Basin has always been a non-profit organization. Meaning 100% of profits go back into equipment, facilities, education, outreach, and more. So, all that summer fun – mountain coaster, downhill mountain biking, tubing, food & beverage on the patio, rentals, and more helps your community mountain remain affordable for all of us.

You can even make a 100% tax-deductible contribution right here, right now. Share the wealth of what our community mountain has to offer everyone by supporting affordable, year-round recreation for all.

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Our Community Mountain

After 77 years of being the place to go for community mountain recreation, you'd think everyone would know we are a non-profit organization. It's true, we're in it for the long haul. As one of the Treasure Valley's most valued assets, we put everything we make in profits and donations back into the mountain, so education, events, facilities, and amenities are affordable and accessible to everyone, year in and year out.

Opportunities For All

For Good. For Real. For Everyone.
19,888 KIDS participated in year round educational and recreational programs last year.
Every kid in the Treasure Valley should have a chance to visit Bogus Basin.
- Adam Little, Board Chair

Together, We Are Bogus

Making a donation to Bogus Basin will assure that it is around for another 77 years. Your gift will:

  • Provide scholarships for students from Title I schools to learn at Bogus Basin
  • Equip youth so they can try skiing for the first time
  • Maintain and develop new trails
  • Get families and kids outside and into nature
  • Show your appreciation for what Bogus Basin means to you
  • Current season pass holders who give at least $100 will receive a special "I'm a Donor" season pass
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Bogus Basin operates under a Special Use Permit on the Boise National Forest under the USDA.