Getting there: Take I-84 east from Boise to the second exit at Mountain Home. Take U.S. 20 for 58 miles to Fairfield. Turn north and go 10 miles. It's about 1 hours from Boise.
Lifts: Two doubles, one hand tow.
Skiable acres: 1,147 on the main mountain and 1,515 for cat skiing.
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Vertical: 1,425 feet.
Slope difficulty: 25 percent beginner, 50 percent intermediate, 25 percent advanced.
Top elevation: 7,177 feet, lift service; 10,000 feet, cat skiing.
Night skiing: No.
Longest run: 2 miles.
Average skiers per day: 200.
Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday through Sunday.
Daily lift ticket prices: $30, adults; $20, kids 7-17; seniors (62-69), $20; 70 and older or kids 6 and under are free. Half off for military personnel and dependents. Handle tow free for everyone.
Food price range: $5 to $9 for a meal.
Locker access: No.
Cat skiing: Yes.
Terrain park: 10 to 15 acres; beginner, intermediate and advanced sections.
Lessons: Group, $22 per person; $35 for a private.
For children: Special lessons for kids; no day care on-site.
General info: 764-2526; www.soldiermountain.com.