School Race Program

School Race Program At Bogus Basin In Front Of Pioneer Lodge - Photo By Andrew Gable
School Race Program At Bogus Basin In Front Of Pioneer Lodge – Photo By Andrew Gable

Bogus Basin School Race Program


What

This winter, students representing 42 middle schools and 37 high schools from across the Treasure Valley will participate in the Bogus Basin School Race Program. This season marks 65 years of fun and friendly ski and snowboard competitions that will take place over a series of six winter weekends – with the Dotty Clark Memorial Race as the championship finale.

When & Where

February 10 @ 10:00 AM 12:00 PM

Nordic Racers will meet at Frontier Point Lodge and Alpine Races will be taking place at Bitterroot Basin. The public should expect heavy traffic in these areas.

About the Program

65 years ago the Bogus Basin School Race Program was built with 3 things in mind: provide a safe environment for competition on the slopes; encourage students to represent and compete for their school in a lifetime sports activity; and provide a level of competition in which the maximum number of students can participate.

Over the years, Bogus Basin has expanded the School Race Program to include downhill, freestyle and Nordic events for athletes of all levels; many students compete in multiple events. Participants are eligible for lift ticket and rental equipment discounts, and additional financial assistance is available for those who qualify. The program relies upon the support of over 150 volunteer advisors, most are school teachers who promote it at their schools and spend their Saturdays assisting with the races and other events, including the Snow Dance Party, and St. Luke’s helmet decorating contest.