The 65th annual ski swap will go through Sunday and offer skiers and snowboarders a spot to grab the gear they need to hit the slopes.
A storm system moving through central Idaho could bring several inches of snow to Brundage Mountain and Bogus Basin, according to the National Weather Service.
“We’re just super excited about ski season,” said Desiree Olson, guest services supervisor for Brundage.
The fee to get in is $3, and free for children 11 years old and younger. The swap benefits the Bogus Basin Ski Education Foundation and is the largest ski swap in the Northwest.
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