The Magic Mountain Ski Area is what one can term as a nice and cozy Alpine Ski Area. It is situated centrally in Idaho and is a part of the southern unit of the Sawtooth National Forest. The resort is located in the east of Rogerson which is itself located on the very edge of the Twin Falls County – about 18 miles or 29 kilometers of the borders of Idaho, Utah and Nevada.
Magic Mountain has a summit elevation of about 7,240 feet or 2206 meters above the sea level. It generates a vertical drop of about 213 meters or 700 feet. The resort is equipped with double chairlift, a Poma lift and a rope tow. The skiable area is about 120 acres whose most sections are well groomed to facilitate smooth skiing. Further, the region is well endowed with snowfall each year which on average measures about 230 inches or 584 centimeters.
Base Elevation: 6500 feet
Summit Elevation: 7200 feet
Vertical Drop: 700 feet
Magic Mountain Ski Area is open 4 days in a week, beginning on Thursday and ending on Sundays. All the enchantments of this magical ski destination can only sadly be explored during day time as the resort does not facilitate night time skiing. However, whatever one gets at the Magic Mountain is worth every dime.
The resort is relatively smaller in size. Considering its neighboring places, such as Boise which is 160 miles north-west of the resort and Kimberley which is just 28 miles away from the resort, Magic Mountain has a unique location.
Snowfall: The rate of snowfall on an annual basis is 230 inches.
Area: The total skiable area at the resort is 280 acres.
Lift tickets: The lift ticket prices range between $ 18 and $ 25. This is among the most reasonably priced resort in the country.
Opening hours: The ski area remains open between Thursdays and Sundays. Moreover, during these days following are the hours during which it functions:
Lift: Between 9 am to 4 pm
Tubing Hill: Between 10 am and 4 pm.
Magic Mountain Ski Area is well equipped to handle all sorts of exceptional scenarios. Other than this, there is a day lodge, cafeteria, bar and more importantly a ski and snowboard rental store. The resort also offers instructors who can be hired either for private or group tutoring and are nominally priced as well. Furthermore, for details about the current prices or enquiries pertaining to latest offers you can contact them on their website or simply give them a call during their office hours. They will be more than happy to asset you.
The prices of lift tickets do not vary much and for a brief idea got through the following list:
Full day: Adults (18 years and above) for a full day worth of tour are charged a nominal $ 31 whereas kids (Between the age groups of 7 and 17 years) are charged $ 22.
Tubing Hill Pass: These passes are valid for 2 hours and cost $ 13
All the military service men and women along with seniors are charged $ 25.
Snowboards: The rental rates for snowboards are $ 25
Skis: The rates for skis are $ 20.
Keeping in mind the opening and closing hours of the resort the bus schedules are accordingly matched so that you can leave as early as by 4:15 pm from the ski area. Take a look at the following schedule so that you can have a rough idea:
Jerome Lincoln Plaza – 7:30
Claude Sports – 8:00
Swensen’s on South Washington – 8:10
Kimberly Maxie’s Plaza – 8:30
Hansen Market – 8:45
Rock Creek General Store – 8:55
Just get away for the weekend and find out the adventurous side of yourself. Do it alone to challenge yourself or do it with friends to make some unforgettable memories for your entire life. So go ahead, pack your bags and visit Magic Mountain Ski Area with your family and friends to make the most of this winter. With so many fun things to do, Magic Mountain Ski Area would leave your family with memories to cherish forever!
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