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You’ll be able to see Magic Mountain in the distance long before you reach us—and as you get closer, you’ll be able to feel the excitement building inside you! Our mountain is a mammoth and the perfect place to spend a winter day:

Base Elevation: 6,500ft

Summit Elevation: 7,240ft

Vertical Drop: 740ft

Skiable Area: 120 acres

Annual Snowfall: 230 Inches

Number Of Lifts: 3

Number Of Trails: 11

Longest Run: 5,200ft

Trails

Novice Trails


If you’re new, it’s best to start small and simple. We have two trails dedicated to beginners that offer a straightforward run at a low grade. It’s the best way to get your footing in a new hobby! We even encourage experts to hit the novice trails to brush up on their skills after a long offseason.

Little Dipper

Spell

Intermediate Trails


Feeling confident in your abilities? Hit one of our five intermediate trails and experience the thrill of a bigger challenge. Our intermediate trails have a steeper grade and some bending slopes, great for people who want a scenic experience as they speed down Magic Mountain.

Big Dipper

Magic Bowl

Advanced Trails


Think you’ve got what it takes to tackle Magic Mountain’s advanced trails? These trails are for experts only, who have total confidence in their skills and control over their downhill experience. Our four advanced trails feature a steep grade and plenty of twists that make for a thrilling experience all the way down!

Abracadabra

Broom Stick

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Want to improve your skills on the slopes?

Want to improve your skills on the slopes?

Our skiing resort provide lessons, available for both skiing or snowboarding. Come take advantage of the fresh powder—we promise you’ll be back again soon!

Our Location

Proudly known as a classic ski resort since 1944 for following areas: Twin Falls, ID Kimberly, ID, Blaine, ID, Cassia, ID, Lincoln, ID, Minidoka, ID, Hansen, ID, Hazelton, ID, Buhl, ID, Wendell, ID

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