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Want a sneak peak of ski season? Bogus Basin has you covered this weekend.

A powder day in March? Bogus gets a late-season snow dump

Check out some of the snow-riding action March 30 at Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area, which received 8 inches of snow during the day and 3 more inches overnight.
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Check out some of the snow-riding action March 30 at Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area, which received 8 inches of snow during the day and 3 more inches overnight.

Ski season is coming to Bogus Basin early in 2017. Sort of.

Bogus Basin will open a terrain park on the Pepsi Gold Rush Tubing Hill from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are $10 for all ages and can be purchased at the Pepsi Gold Rush Tubing Hill Office. There is no cost for season pass holders.

Employees began making snow for the event with portable fake guns Monday night. The features of the park will include two lines with rails and boxes. Guests will be among the first to use a new 560 foot conveyer lift to transport them up the hill.

There have been 32 inches of snow this season, according to Bogus Basin.

Michael Katz: 208-377-6444, @MichaelLKatz

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