Magic Mountain Resort
|Location||Sawtooth National Forest
Twin Falls Co., Idaho
|Vertical||700 ft. - (213 m)|
|Top elevation||7240 ft. - (2206 m)|
|Base elevation||6540 ft. - (1993 m)|
|Skiable area||120 acres (0.49 km2)|
|Longest run||1 mile - (1.6 km)|
|Lift system||1 double chair
1 poma lift
1 rope tow
|Snowfall||230 inches (580 cm)|
Magic Mountain Resort is a modest alpine ski area in south central Idaho, in a southern unit of the Sawtooth National Forest. It is east of Rogerson on the eastern edge of Twin Falls County, 18 miles (29 km) northwest of the Nevada-Utah border with Idaho.
The ski area has a summit elevation of 7240 feet (2206 m) above sea level with a vertical drop of 700 feet (213 m). It has a double chairlift, a poma lift, and a rope tow. The 120 acres (49 hectares) of skiable terrain is rated at 30% easiest, 25% more difficult, 20% most difficult, and 25% experts only. Magic Mountain also has a snow tubing hill.
The average annual snowfall is 230 inches (584 cm). Outside of holidays, the ski area is open four days a week, Thursday through Sunday, and does not have night skiing.
- Magic Mountain - official site
- Ski Idaho.us - official state tourism site
- Idaho Ski Resorts.com - Magic Mountain
- On the Snow.com - Magic Mountain
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