Getting there: Take I-84 west from Boise to North Powder Exit 285 in Oregon and follow signs 19 miles to the ski area. It's about 140 miles from Boise.
Lifts: One triple chair, one handle tow; one Wonder Carpet.
Skiable acres: 300.
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Vertical: 900 feet.
Top elevation: 8,000 feet.
Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday through Sunday, and all major holidays.
(Pacific time, so set your watches.)
Daily lift ticket prices: Adult $35 (over 18), teens and seniors are $31, college students are $28, children (ages 7-12) are $22. Younger than 6 and older than 70 are free.
Food price range: Around $6 for a burger and drink.
Equipment rental prices: Adult alpine packages, $22; children, $17. Snowboard packages are $33 for children and adults.
Locker access: Yes, free.
Cat skiing: $190 for full day. Book 12 seats, get one free.
Terrain park: Yes.
Lessons: Free lesson with a full-day rental package; register an hour before the 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. sessions. Group lessons start at $25.
For children: No day care.
Other snow activities: The ski area has the second-largest cross-country ski trail system in Oregon, with 40 km of trails. Twenty kilometers of trails are dog-friendly. Snowshoers also allowed.
General info: Call (541) 856-3277, visit www.anthonylakes.com or e-mail email@example.com.