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  • Big Snow Delights Skiers for Bogus Basin's Opening Day of the 2016-2017 Season

    One night of snow changed everything for Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area’s opening plans. Bogus Basin received 8-10 inches of snow overnight, after plans were announced for opening weekend. The snow allowed Bogus to add the Morning Star chairlift to the mix on Saturday and the ski area likely will operate seven days a week immediately instead of easing into the season.

One night of snow changed everything for Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area’s opening plans. Bogus Basin received 8-10 inches of snow overnight, after plans were announced for opening weekend. The snow allowed Bogus to add the Morning Star chairlift to the mix on Saturday and the ski area likely will operate seven days a week immediately instead of easing into the season. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
One night of snow changed everything for Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area’s opening plans. Bogus Basin received 8-10 inches of snow overnight, after plans were announced for opening weekend. The snow allowed Bogus to add the Morning Star chairlift to the mix on Saturday and the ski area likely will operate seven days a week immediately instead of easing into the season. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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