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Restrictions & Policies

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Refunds

No Refunds or Cancellations – All purchases are FINAL and cannot be canceled, refunded, changed or transferred. We do not guarantee weather or conditions, open terrain or number of lifts operating.

Weather Check

  • TICKETS: There are no refunds for daily tickets, but Bogus Basin does offer a “weather check” (credit) for another day of skiing/boarding within 1 hour of purchasing the ticket.

Pricing

Bogus Basin management may adjust pricing and product offerings at any time.

Hours of Operation

Bogus Basin management may adjust hours & days of operation, lift openings, terrain access, and activity offering at any time based upon snow conditions, weather conditions, trail conditions, and/or skier visits at any time.

Uphill Traffic Policy

Safety Considerations:

Due to maintenance and operational requirements such as grooming, snowmaking, construction, avalanche mitigation, special events to name a few. To prevent the public from hazards that may present themselves from time to time, Bogus Basin has the authority to restrict or deny uphill traffic to the public, with Forest Service pre-approval, to perform any or all of these actions as deemed reasonable by the ski area. Areas subject to these potential hazards will be signed as closed at the uphill access points closing those areas.

Rules of the Up:

Bogus Basin Recreation Area allows uphill access via skinning during the winter operating season at restricted times and designated areas. For the safety of everyone at Bogus Basin, anyone participating in these activities must adhere to the following guidelines and accept the risks associated with uphill travel.

1. All trails and terrain parks are closed outside of operational hours.

2. Know and follow ‘Your Responsibility Code’ at all times.

3. Before and after daylight hours, a headlamp or flashlight is required and reflective clothing is advised at all hours.

4. No dogs are allowed on the mountain.

5. Overnight stays on the mountain are Not Permitted!

6. Bogus Basin reserves the right to close uphill traffic at any time.

7. NO SLEDDING IS ALLOWED ON ANY PART OF BOGUS BASIN RECREATION AREA AT ANY TIME.

8. The mountain is closed and swept clear of all guests and staff at the end of each operating day and during emergencies.

9. If your presence on resort property presents a hazard or the resort staff feels that you are impeding the operations of the resort, you may be directed to utilize a different location. You must follow such direction or you will be asked to leave the premises

10. Avoid all grooming operations and snowmobiles, snowmaking equipment winch cat and their cables. The cable between the anchor and the cat can be difficult to see and may be under the snow or crossing over runs. These cables can stretch for thousands of feet and can move very quickly without notice.
-Possible winched runs: Wildcat, Upper Paradise, Lower Nugget, Second Chance, Night Hawk, Triumph, War Eagle, Lando’s Mojo and Widowmaker.

11. STAY OFF OF TRAILS WHEN SNOWMAKING IS IN PROGRESS. These trails will have 480-volt electrical cords and high-pressure water hoses, and at times they may be just beneath the surface of the snow. They may also have very icy conditions, particularly near the snow guns. Seek an alternate route if you see any indication of snow machines, electrical cords, or hoses.
– Do not enter areas where machinery is in use 
– The majority of machinery operates after hours, pay close attention at all times.

Recommended Uphill In-Bound Travel Routes:

A) Shafer Butte Route: This route departs from the Pioneer Lodge up Lodge Cat track to hiker’s left of Triumph and then on up the cat track to Shafer Butte. This route is restricted during operations until about 2:00 am due to the winching of ski runs. In the mornings please be transitioning into downhill mode fifteen minutes before opening, 8:45 am on weekends and holidays and 9:45 am Monday through Friday.

B) Deer Point Route: this route is accessed from the base of Coach Run up to Sourdough and then onto the Upper Ridge, topping out at Deer Point. Please stay to hiker’s right on this path to avoid grooming/snowmaking equipment. This route is restricted during operations so please be transitioning into downhill mode fifteen minutes before opening, 8:45 am on weekends and holidays and 9:45 am Monday through Friday.

C) Up-Hill-Skin-Track: This route is now OPEN! This route will deliver you to the underside of the Deer Point towers. It departs from between the base of coach run and the road, it travels along the inside edge of the southern ski area boundary and is reflected on the map. This route is open during all hours of operation and is the recommended route when uphill traffic is restricted.

*THESE ARE SUGGESTED ROUTES, WHEN USING OTHER ROUTES PLEASE BE CONSCIENTIOUS OF SNOW GROOMERS AND KEEP TO ONE SIDE OF THE TRAIL OR OTHER. WHEN SKIING DOWN GIVE THEM A WIDE BREADTH AS THEY DO NOT EXPECT YOU TO BE THERE. SAME RULES APPLY AS ABOVE TO TRANSITION TIMES, 8:45 AM ON WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS AND 9:45 AM MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY.

Rescue Response:

There is no ski patrol or ski area services outside of the resorts normal operating hours. If accessing the mountain prior to operating hours, you do so at your own risk. In case of emergency, outside of operating hours, call 911 and know that response times could be extended. Also be aware that mobile phone service can be unreliable on the mountain, especially on the Pine Creek Side and Superior sides of the mountain.

Required Pass and Release of Liability:

We have decided to waive the pass and liability waiver for this season as it created some confusion. We plan on getting it back online next season but until then enjoy!

*THIS POLICY AND UP-HILL-SKIN-TRACK IS MAINTAINED AND ENFORCED BY THE BOGUS BASIN SKI PATROL, ANY QUESTIONS, COMMENTS OR SUGGESTIONS CAN BE SENT TO SPATROL@BOGUSBASIN.ORG.

Thanks and enjoy,
Bogus Basin Ski Patrol

Drone Policy

Due to safety and privacy concerns, Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area prohibits the operation or use on or above BBMRA property of unmanned aerial systems, or drones, by the general public—including model aircraft by recreational users and hobbyists. This prohibition extends to any devices launched or operated from BBMRA property, as well as any launched from private property outside of the area boundaries.  Any authorized operation of drones on or above BBMRA property will be governed by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) rules and regulations, local law enforcement, as well as those policies separately established by BBMRA, which may include certification, training, insurance coverage, indemnification requirements, and waivers or releases of liability.  Any violation of this policy may involve suspension of your access privileges to the area, or the revocation of your season pass, as well as confiscation of any prohibited equipment, and may subject violators to any liability for damages, including, but not limited to, damages for trespass, violations of privacy, and physical injuries to persons and/or property, as well as legal fees.

Skier & Snowboarder Responsibility Code

  1. Always stay in control, and be able to stop or avoid other people or objects.
  2. People ahead of you have the right of way. It is your responsibility to avoid them.
  3. You must not stop where you obstruct a trail or are not visible from above.
  4. Whenever starting downhill or merging into a trail, look uphill and yield to others.
  5. Always use devices to help prevent runaway equipment.
  6. Observe all posted signs and warnings. Keep off closed trails and out of closed areas.
  7. Prior to using any lift, you must have the knowledge and ability to load, ride and unload safely.

KNOW THE CODE. IT’S YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.
This is a partial list.
Officially endorsed by THE NATIONAL SKI AREAS ASSOCIATION.

Summer Activities

Unlimited Day Pass

  • Unlimited Day Passes are non-transferable.
  • Unlimited Day Passes are only valid on the date of purchase.

Glade Runner Mountain Coaster

  • Guests must be at least 54″ tall to ride alone.
  • For guests who are at least 3 years old and 38″-54″ tall, a companion 16 years or older and at 54″+ tall is required to accompany them as a driver.
  • Maximum weight is 375 lbs if conditions are dry and 330 lbs, if conditions are wet.
  • No pregnant riders.
  • No alcohol allowed.
  • Children or Adults who do not meet the height requirement to drive the Glade Runner Mountain Coaster will need a driver to accompany them. A tandem pass can be added to a child pass for $10 or an adult pass for no extra charge.
  • Liability Waiver required.
    • Parent/guardian must sign for a minor.

Mountain Biking

  • Helmets Required.
  • Mountain bike rental not included. Rentals are available on the mountain.
  • No bike trailers.
  • No electric bikes.
  • Children under 12 years old must have an accompanying adult.
  • Liability Waiver required.
    • Parent/guardian must sign for a minor.

Summer Tubing

  • Guests must be at least 38″ tall.
  • A complimentary carpet assistant ticket is available for children who need assistance carrying their tube to the top of the summer tubing hill. Carpet assistant ticket not valid for downhill tubing.
  • Liability Waiver required.
    • Parent/guardian must sign for a minor.

Trampoline Bungee

  • Guests must be between 40 lbs – 200 lbs.
  • Liability Waiver required.
    • Parent/guardian must sign for a minor.

Climbing Wall

  • Guests must be between 40 lbs – 250 lbs.
  • Liability Waiver required.
    • Parent/guardian must sign for a minor.

Gem Panning

  • Requires the purchase of Pay Dirt.

Scenic Chairlift Ride

  • No children in backpacks (forward facing packs are ok).
  • Children under 12 years old must have an accompanying adult.
  • No coolers.
  • No strollers.
  • No animals.
  • Liability Waiver required.
    • Parent/guardian must sign for a minor.

Hiking

  • While most of the trails at Bogus Basin are multi-use, there are a select few that are for downhill biking only.

Horseback Riding

  • While most of the trails at Bogus Basin are multi-use, there are a select few that are for downhill biking only.

Season Passes

Liability Waivers

Summer 2019

Summer Activities Liability Waiver 2019
Summer Season Pass Liability Waiver 2019

Winter 2019-20

Winter Season Pass Liability Waiver 2019-20

All Winter or Summer season pass holders are required to sign a Winter 2019-20 and/or Summer 2019 Agreement before a season pass can be picked up or mailed. Signatures are REQUIRED before season passes will be issued. Season pass holders under 18 must have an agreement signed by their parent or guardian.

  • Please download the agreement, read, initial, sign and return to us. You CANNOT type in your name as a signature on the form. You must print the form and sign.
  • Please make sure you initial in the spaces provided and print legibly in the areas requiring PASS HOLDER NAME AND DATE OF BIRTH.
    • One form allows up to five (5) family members; use a second form if you have a larger family.
    • If you are not on the family pass, then use a separate form per person.
  • If you are a minor trying to pick up your season pass and do not have a parent/guardian available to sign, then we will give a one time “I Forgot My Pass” lift ticket.

The agreement can be emailed, faxed or mailed to:
Mail: Bogus Basin Sales Office 2600 N Bogus Basin Rd Boise, ID 83702
Fax: 208-332-5102
Email as pdf or jpg: pass@bogusbasin.org

Agreements can also be signed in person at our sales office (2600 N Bogus Basin Rd) during sales office hours.

If mailing, then please allow 4-5 days before coming into the sales office to pick up your season pass. If faxing or emailing, then please allow a minimum of 2 days before picking up your season pass.

Accepted Payment Types

We accept Master Card, Visa, Discover, and Bogus Bucks Gift Certificates. Bogus Bucks Gift Certificates cannot be used online at this time. Please note that any debit/credit card purchase made online cannot be refunded at a later time in exchange for a Bogus Buck payment.

 

All season pass holders for the 2019-20 season are required to sign a liability waiver before the pass can be printed and issued. (See Liability Waiver Section here)

Credit Policy

You will have to agree to this policy prior to completing your purchase. Credits on season passes are ONLY issued due to medical or relocation (100-mile radius or more) from the Treasure Valley. Valid documentation is REQUIRED to process all credits. Season pass credits are placed on a Bogus Basin gift card (Bogus Bucks) and expire in 5 years. Credits are processed in batches and will not be issued immediately; expect a delay of at least 2 weeks prior to receiving your gift card in the mail.

You can request a transfer of your season pass to another individual if the mountain has not opened for the winter season and the season pass has not been issued. The transfer is for the current season only. Certain restrictions apply. To purchase a season pass, this policy must be accepted. If not accepted, then the season pass purchase will not be completed.

  • Season passes will not be credited due to days and/or hours of operation, snow conditions or skier visits.
  • Bogus Basin’s fiscal year ends May 31. Credit requests made after May 31 (of the expiration year on the pass) will not be accepted.
  • Any credit due to a medical condition is for that individual only. The credit does not extend to family members.
  • A credit for a family member on a “Family” pass is based on the number of members in the family and their ages.
  • All season pass credits are pro-rated.

Submit documentation with a CREDIT REQUEST FORM and season pass (if issued) to:

BOGUS BASIN SALES OFFICE

mail: 2600 N Bogus Basin Road Boise, ID 83702

fax: 208-332-5102

email: pass@bogusbasin.org or info@bogusbasin.org

**Send the document as a pdf or jpg file.

Provide the following REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION and your season pass. Credits will not be issued without the return of the pass (if issued) or one of the documents listed below.

  • MEDICAL: a letter from a physician stating medical condition (date of injury, surgery, etc)
  • RELOCATION: proof of relocation (100 miles or more), such as a monthly statement (utility, bank, etc) or lease, or a copy of employment papers from hiring or transferring company. Car insurance or drivers license will not be accepted.

If you have any questions, then please e-mail us or call our sales office at 208-332-5162.

Season Pass Transfer Policy

Season pass holders can transfer an individual pass ONLY if the mountain has not opened for the winter season and the season pass as not been issued. The transfer is for the current season ONLY. Certain restrictions apply. There is a $10.00 processing fee. The pass holder must request in writing to whom the pass should be transferred. The individual who the pass is being transferred to must bring in that request OR you can use our pass-transfer-note. Print, fill out and send with the person who is receiving the pass.

EXCEPTIONS:

  • There are NO transfers for the following passes: night, midweek, passport, college student, military, new resident, or family.
  • Season passes that include benefits DO NOT transfer.
  • Season passes are NOT transferred from one season to the next.
  • A season pass can be transferred from one age group to another (ie Adult to Junior OR Junior to Adult), but the guest must pay the difference between the pass type. There is NO refund, but Bogus will offer a credit to Bogus Bucks (Bogus Basin gift card) when applicable.

Season Pass Age Guidelines/Restrictions

December 1, 2019, is the birthday cut-off date for season passes and lift tickets.

  • How old is the individual on December 1, 2019?
  • For example, if the pass being purchased is for a Junior (7-12 yrs), and the child is turning 13 before Dec. 1, 2019, then he/she does not qualify for the child rate. That child will qualify for the Teen (13-17 yrs) rate.

Proof of a birth certificate or valid ID is required if the individual has not had a season pass with Bogus Basin or if there is a discrepancy within our database. A senior will need a valid ID.

Bogus Basin reserves the right to charge the additional amount on a pass if the individual does not meet the age requirement for that pass.

If a balance has to be paid in the fall due to a discrepancy, then the balance is based on the sale period when the pass is issued, not when the season pass was purchased.

Family Pass Guidelines/Restrictions

Should you purchase a Family Season Pass? Calculate the rate of each individual member as if they are not on a “family pass”. 

EXAMPLE follows with pricing based on the Early Bird Season Pass Sale:

2 current renewing adult pass holders at $329, 1 Young Adult at $229, 1 Junior at $79 = $966. At this rate, you would NOT want to purchase a Family Season Pass. If your calculation exceeds the “Family Pass Rate” of $999, then the Family Season Pass should be purchased.

You must also meet the below definition of a family AND you will be required to show proof of dependency annually. This proof is required even if you’ve had a family pass before. This is due to guests adding individuals to their family pass who are NOT family members. Please be prepared to show this proof when picking up a season pass or email us the proof before any of the family members pick up their pass. We reserve the right to not issue and/or charge the correct amount before any of the passes are issued.

Proof of family unit/dependency could include:

1) Most recent tax return documentation

2) Birth certificates for minors (18 & under)

3) Health insurance where dependent is listed as covered

4) Court approved adoption papers (with signature or seal)

5) Court approved foster children living at the residence,

6) Marriage certificate for blended families

DEFINITION OF A FAMILY

  • Individuals living in one household can qualify. (legally married with dependent children or a single parent with dependent children)
  • Only two members can be over the age of 24.
  • Children can be added up to the age of 24. (if they have not turned 25 before Dec 1)
  • December 1, 2019, is the birthday cut-off date for the 2019-20 season. How old is the individual on Dec 1, 2019?
  • If married and filing taxes individually, then the address on tax information must match and dependents must be listed on either form.
  • If family members have different last names, then proof of a birth certificate for dependents required.
  • Siblings (or other relatives) 24 years of age and older who live together DO NOT QUALIFY. For example, two brothers living together with their children.
  • Grandparents, in-laws, nannies, groundskeepers, housekeepers, roommates, etc., do not qualify.

Season Pass Pick-up

Winter Season Passes cannot be picked up on the mountain! Please stop by the downtown sales office (2600 N Bogus Basin Rd) during normal operating hours.

Mailing: Have your pass mailed to you with last year’s season pass picture by making the request at the time of your season pass purchase. Season passes are mailed throughout the summer beginning in May. If you do not request it at the time of your purchase, then you have until December 1 to make your request by calling 208-332-5162 or e-mailing us.

Summer Season Passes cannot be picked up at the downtown sales office (2600 N Bogus Basin Rd) after winter season closure. Summer Season Passes must be picked up at the mountain after winter season closure.

Season Pass Holder Name Requirements

Guest name on the pass MUST be verifiable with a government ID. Minors excluded with the presentation of their parent’s ID.

Season Pass Holder Photo Policy

  • CURRENT PASS HOLDERS: Have your pass mailed to you with last year’s season pass picture by making the request at the time of your season pass purchase. If an individual is 18 years of age and under, we require an updated photo EVERY OTHER YEAR.
  • NEW PASS HOLDERS: Come into our office at 2600 N Bogus Basin Road to have your photo taken. Remember that photos for season passes are not taken on the mountain!
  • OTHER: Season pass holders who have already been issued their pass can have their photos re-taken for $5.00. The new pass will be issued when the original pass is returned.

Fraud Policy

Bogus Basin has a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to season passes being used in a fraudulent manner. If a guest is involved in the use of a fraudulent season pass (this includes the pass holder) they will have two options:

  1. Forfeit the pass for the remainder of the season.
    1. This season pass is null and void because it was used in a fraudulent manner.
    2. You are allowed to purchase daily lift tickets.
    3. You are allowed to purchase next year’s pass during a “spring” sale, but you are NOT allowed to pick it up until next season.
  2. You have lost all season pass privileges for the current season. Purchase another pass for the remainder of the season.
    1. This is a full-price (Dec. 1 rate) season pass with NO discounts.
    2. Your privileges have been reinstated for the current season.
    3. You are allowed this option ONLY ONE (1) time during a season. A second violation will result in immediate prosecution.

The Bogus Basin season pass is revocable under the laws of the State of Idaho and is revocable at the sole discretion of Bogus Basin Mountain.

Violation of any federal, state, or local law while on Bogus Basin property will result in season pass cancellation without refund.

 

I Forgot My Pass

In the event you forget your season pass one “I Forgot My Pass” (IFMP) ticket will be issued. Guests caught using their “I forgot My Pass” ticket for fraudulent purposes will be held to our Fraud Policy. ONLY ONE “I Forgot My Pass” Ticket will be issued per season. Guests requiring more than ONE “I Forgot My Pass” ticket throughout the season will be required to pay full price for a day ticket. 

In order for a guest to receive their ONE “I Forgot My Pass” ticket, they will be required to sign the “I Forgot My Pass” Notice.

Season Pass Replacement & Reprint

Season pass holders are allowed ONE “Replacement” season pass for a fee of $10.00. If the pass is lost a second time, then the pass holder may re-purchase a season pass at the original purchase price. The fee to replace a Nordic pass is $5.00. In order for guests to receive their replacement or reprinted season pass, guests will be required to sign a Season Pass Reprint & Replacement Notice

Night Season Pass

If you are a current 19-20 night pass holder and purchase a 20-21 all mountain pass, then you MUST turn in your 19-20 night pass before the 20-21 pass can be printed.

Night season passes are ONLY valid when night skiing/snowboarding is available – 4pm-10pm. Night season passes are NOT good for the Nordic trails. Night season pass holders can get $10 off a day or half day alpine lift ticket, excluding coach/carpet tickets (pass holder only).

Midweek season pass

If you are a current 19-20 midweek pass holder and purchase a 20-21 all mountain pass, then you MUST turn in your 19-20 midweek pass before the 20-21 pass can be printed. 

Midweek season passes are ONLY valid Monday – Friday on Alpine trails with blackout dates (see below). Valid on Nordic trails every day with no blackout dates. During blackout periods and weekend, midweek pass holders can get $10 off an alpine lift ticket, excluding coach/carpet tickets (pass holder only).

2019-20 Midweek Season Pass Holder Blackout dates:

  • Presidents Day: Feb 18, 2019
  • Thanksgiving: Nov 28-29, 2019
  • Christmas Break: Dec 23-27, Dec 3 – Jan 3, 2020
  • MLK Jr Day: Jan 20, 2020
  • Presidents Day: Feb 17, 2020

College Season Passes

Students who can show proof of enrollment status purchase a discounted Bogus Basin season pass. To qualify you must be enrolled in six or more undergrad credits. College season pass holders are considered Powder Alliance members and qualify for any Non-President’s Day Sale season pass benefits.

Full-time undergraduate and graduate students qualify for further discounting during the college season pass sale, beginning in late August. Bogus Basin considers 12+ undergraduate credits and 9+ graduate credits to be full-time enrollment. You must be currently enrolled at the time of season pass pick up (IE: a student enrolled full-time for the spring semester, but not enrolled full-time for the fall semester, will not be able to pick up their season pass during the fall semester.) Proof of college status must be presented in person at the sales office (2600 N Bogus Basin Rd) to pick up.

Trade School

If you are enrolled in a full-time trade school or an equivalent program, you may still qualify for a College Season Pass. Please email pass@bogusbaisn.org and explain the situation, as well as the documentation that you can provide as proof of enrollment.

Military Season Passes

Military passes must be purchased in person. Proof of Military Status will be required at time of purchase.

MILITARY LIFT TICKET

What military branches are eligible for Military discount lift ticket offerings?

This includes anyone currently serving in, or veterans of, the U.S. Army and Army Reserve, Army National Guard, U.S. Navy and Navy Reserves, U.S. Air Force and Air Force Reserve, Air National Guard, Marine Corps and Marine Corps Reserve, Coast Guard and Coast Guard Reserve.

Who qualifies for the Military discount lift ticket?

The following military personnel and their families qualify for a Military discount lift ticket:

  • Active Duty (full-time): A person who is currently serving on active duty is in the military full-time (serving on Title 10 orders for 30 days or more).
  • Reserve & Guard Forces: A person in the Reserve or National Guard is not full-time active duty military personnel, although he or she can be deployed at any time should the need arise. Members of the Reserve & Guard are eligible for the Active/Retired/Dependent Military Season Pass if they are currently serving in the Reserves or National Guard (serving on Title 32 orders). (This offer does not apply to members of the IRR – Individual Ready Reserve.)
  • Retired: A military retiree is any former member of the uniformed services who is entitled, under statute, to retired, retirement, or retainer pay. Examples include, but are not necessarily limited to, spending 20 or more years in the military, or permanent retirement by reasons of physical disability.
  • Active/Retired/Reserve/Guard Forces Dependent: Registered Dependents of Active/Retired Military members, including spouse and child dependents. Parents of military members are not included, as well as children who are no longer dependent. Definitions for age/eligibility requirements are defined by the military and Department of Defense. For active/retired dependents, all should have or qualify for DD Form 1173. Definitions for age/eligibility requirements are defined by the military and Department of Defense*.
    *For more information on Department of Defense definitions and qualification standards, please visit www.cac.mil.
  • Veteran: A person who served in the active military and who was discharged or released under conditions other than dishonorable.
  • Dependent: Veteran Military member’s spouse and any child dependents. Parents of military members are not included, nor are children who are no longer dependent. Definitions for age/eligibility requirements are defined by the military and Department of Defense*.
    *For more information on Department of Defense definitions and qualification standards, please visit www.cac.mil.

What are the age/eligibility requirements of Child Dependents in the Military?
Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area does not define this. We are relying on military definitions and eligibility as defined by the U.S. Department of Defense*, who defines dependent children as:

  • A child of the sponsor (military member) who is younger than 21 years of age. Children over the age of 10 will need to have a valid DD Form 1173 or 1173-1 card. If 21 or older, the child may remain eligible if he/she is:
    • 21 or 22 years old and enrolled in a full-time course of higher learning
    • 21 or older but incapable of self-support because of a mental or physical incapacity that existed before the 21st birthday
    • 21 or 22 years old and was enrolled full-time in an accredited institution of higher learning, but became incapable of self-support because of a mental or physical condition while a full-time student
  • Children who are 18+ will still be required to purchase an adult dependent pass.
    *For more information on Department of Defense definitions and qualification standards, please visit www.cac.mil.

Discounts include all age ranges with the exception of Preschool ticket. Expired IDs will not be considered valid. DD 214 paperwork will not be accepted. Civilians, civilian affiliates, and contractors will not be accepted. Discount cannot be combined with other discounts or offers. One discount per valid ID. Dependents are considered children and spouse. We reserve the right to change this offer at any time. Information on ID types can be FOUND HERE

MILITARY SEASON PASS

What military branches are eligible for the Active/Retired Military Season Pass and Veterans Season Pass offerings?

This includes anyone currently serving in, or veterans of, the U.S. Army and Army Reserve, Army National Guard, U.S. Navy and Navy Reserves, U.S. Air Force and Air Force Reserve, Air National Guard, Marine Corps and Marine Corps Reserve, Coast Guard and Coast Guard Reserve.

Who qualifies for the Military Season Pass for Active/Retired/Dependent Military and their Dependents?

The following military personnel and their families qualify for an Active/Retired/Dependent Military Season Pass ($199 plus tax):

  • Active Duty (full-time): A person who is currently serving on active duty is in the military full-time (serving on Title 10 orders for 30 days or more).
  • Reserve & Guard Forces: A person in the Reserve or National Guard is not full-time active duty military personnel, although he or she can be deployed at any time should the need arise. Members of the Reserve & Guard are eligible for the Active/Retired/Dependent Military Season Pass if they are currently serving in the Reserves or National Guard (serving on Title 32 orders). (This offer does not apply to members of the IRR – Individual Ready Reserve.)
  • Retired: A military retiree is any former member of the uniformed services who is entitled, under statute, to retired, retirement, or retainer pay. Examples include, but are not necessarily limited to, spending 20 or more years in the military, or permanent retirement by reasons of physical disability.
  • Active/Retired/Reserve/Guard Forces Dependent: Registered Dependents of Active/Retired Military members, including spouse and child dependents. Parents of military members are not included, as well as children who are no longer dependent. Definitions for age/eligibility requirements are defined by the military and Department of Defense. For active/retired dependents, all should have or qualify for DD Form 1173. Definitions for age/eligibility requirements are defined by the military and Department of Defense*.
    *For more information on Department of Defense definitions and qualification standards, please visit www.cac.mil.

Who qualifies for the Veterans Season Pass offerings?
The following military personnel and their families qualify for a Veterans Season Pass offerings ($359 plus tax):

  • Veteran: A person who served in the active military and who was discharged or released under conditions other than dishonorable.*
    *For more information on Department of Defense definitions and qualification standards, please visit www.cac.mil.

What are the age/eligibility requirements of Child Dependents in the Military?
Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area does not define this. We are relying on military definitions and eligibility as defined by the U.S. Department of Defense*, who defines dependent children as:

  • A child of the sponsor (military member) who is younger than 21 years of age. Children over the age of 10 will need to have a valid DD Form 1173 or 1173-1 card. If 21 or older, the child may remain eligible if he/she is:
    • 21 or 22 years old and enrolled in a full-time course of higher learning
    • 21 or older but incapable of self-support because of a mental or physical incapacity that existed before the 21st birthday
    • 21 or 22 years old and was enrolled full-time in an accredited institution of higher learning, but became incapable of self-support because of a mental or physical condition while a full-time student
  • Children who are 18+ will still be required to purchase an adult dependent pass.
    *For more information on Department of Defense definitions and qualification standards, please visit www.cac.mil.

Expired IDs will not be considered valid. VA cards and Veteran denotations on license will only qualify for Veterans Season Pass. DD 214 paperwork will not be accepted. Civilians, civilian affiliates, and contractors will not be accepted. Discount cannot be combined with other discounts or offers. One discount per valid ID. Dependents are considered children and spouse. We reserve the right to change this offer at any time. Information on ID types can be FOUND HERE

New Resident Season Passes

We offer discounted season passes with proof of documentation of your relocation of at least 100 miles or more.  Proof must be provided in person at the time of purchase. No additional benefits are added to the pass.

Documentation (We don’t accept Drivers License, Auto Insurance, and Auto Registration)?  Proof of PRIOR address from a monthly statement dated ON or AFTER March 1st, 2019.

Multi-Mountain Pass Holder Discount

discounted full season passes are offered to guests who have an unrestricted 2019 – 20  winter season pass from another ski area. Proof must be provided at the time of purchase. No additional benefits added to the pass. Proof of purchase can be the season pass itself (must have a season and/or expiration on the pass) or receipt of purchase for the current season. No family season pass discount.

Gift Cards (Gift Cards)

There are no refunds for Bogus Bucks/gift cards. Gift cards are like cash and are not replaced if lost or stolen. Gift cards expire in 5 years; note the expiration date on the back of the card. The balance on a gift card will not be transferred to another gift card.

Group Sales

Lodge Rental Terms & Conditions

Contract

A deposit is REQUIRED to reserve the facility and date requested by the renting party. A group contract agreement confirming the dates and services requested, and corresponding deposit requirements, will be sent to the renting party. Confirm the information, making any necessary changes, and promptly sign and return the contract to the Group Sales Manager with any required deposits as outlined in the agreement. Rental deposits are applied to your final bill. Refundable damage deposits, if required, are NOT applied to the final bill and will be returned to the renting party if the premises are deemed by Bogus Basin to be in good order after the event. If no damage deposit is collected upon sign up Bogus Basin reserves the right to charge an additional fee in the event of damage to the property.

Bogus Basin assumes NO responsibility for loss or damage to materials and/or equipment left in the lodges. The renting party will assume ALL liability for damages to the premises and will be charged accordingly. The renting party agrees to and accepts the SOLE RESPONSIBILITY for any actions that arise from the serving of alcohol and the renting party will protect Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area and its directors from any legal actions due to the renter’s decision to have alcohol served at their function. All sales and purchases of alcohol must be facilitated through Bogus Basin. NO outside alcohol is allowed in any Bogus Basin property.

By signing the Bogus Basin Confirmation Contract and/or the Group Sales/Catering Contract, the renting party acknowledges that they have read, understood, and agreed to all of these stated policies for conducting an event at the Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area.

Payment

ALL total minimum fees are due 14 working days prior to the date of the scheduled function, unless special arrangements are made by the Groups Sales Manager or Catering Director. Your reservation will not be guaranteed until all necessary deposits have been paid. Any additional charges are billed upon completion of the function. If your only charges are for lodge use and catering you will be expected to pay at the conclusion of your event. If you incur fees for non-food and beverage related activities you will be billed within a week after your event and the balance is due within 15 days of receipt of invoice.

Deposits

Deposits are required to reserve the facilities for the date(s) of the function. All final deposits are due a minimum of 14 working days prior to function date(s). Bogus Basin may require a refundable damage deposit prior to certain events. Past due payment terms: All invoices are due within 15 days of the billing date. Payments received 15 days after the billing date may be subject to a minimum service charge of $50.00 and an interest charge of 3% per month with a 1-month minimum charge. By signing the contract agreement, you are agreeing to pay the service charge and interest when late payment is received.

Facilities

Minimum facility rental fees will be assessed per event. Facility fees are based on daily lodge use, room rentals, or property use. The facility fees are in addition to other contracted services or catering orders.

Additional Fees

There is an additional $75 Non-Hosted bar fee. This charge is waived with a minimum purchase of $500 toward a non-hosted bar. There can also be additional fees for any off-site services. These are negotiated per event and for specific needs. Any further costs incurred for additional rental equipment will the sole responsibility of the renting party.

Cancellations

The Group Sales Catering agreement can be canceled by the renting party with written notice by registered letter and with payment of applicable cancellation fees. It is further provided that there shall be no right of termination for the sole purpose of holding the same or like event in another facility or city. Cancellations made by the renting party outside of 120 days with written notice will be fully refunded of any deposit and/or prepayments. Cancellations made by the renting party inside 120 days but more than 90 days from the date of the event with written notice will be refunded 50% of deposit(s). Cancellations made by the renting party within 90 days of the event will forfeit the entire deposit(s). In addition, if the renting party or individual refuses to pay all required deposits and/or pre-payments, Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area reserves the right to cancel the contract at any time prior to function date(s).

Impossibility

The performance of this agreement by either party is subject to acts of God, war, government regulations, disaster, strike, civil disorder, or other emergencies making it inadvisable, illegal, or impossible to provide the facilities or hold the function. It is provided that this agreement may be terminated without liability for any one or more such reasons by written notice from one party to the other.

Liability Release

Upon signing the Group Sales contract agreement, the renting party agrees to release, hold harmless and indemnify Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area, its officers, directors, agents, and employees from all liabilities, claims, expenses (including attorneys’ fees), demands, suits or costs of whatever nature for injury to, or death of any person(s) or damage, theft, loss or destruction of property arising out of or in connection with the use of Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area facilities outlined and contemplated in this agreement, including the sole negligence of Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area.