When looking for a place to take the family on a ski trip, Idaho is one of the top choices because of its stunning scenery and family friendly ski resorts, like Ski Rentals at Magic Mountain. Choosing where to ski is usually decided on a few things, but price is an important factor. Magic Mountain is very inexpensive already. Here are a few extra tricks to save every hard earned penny.

Bundle Up

Really, one of the simplest tricks and tips is to bundle up not only with deals like the family specials pass per monthly price depending on the month chosen, but in attire also.  Rates for December are $249 for age 19-65, 7-11 year old $69, 12-18 $219, and the family pass which includes 2 adults and 2 child is just $675! Bundling sounds like a better deal to me when you do the math. Have more than 4 people in your family? Just add $55 per additional person. Ski Rentals at Magic Mountain can certainly be attainable, without the stress. While you’re bundling prices, don’t forget to always wear layers of breathable fabric and moisture wicking material. Try and avoid cotton or jean materials.

Kids under 6 ski free! Typical full day daily rates start at just $22 for a child 7-17, with adult tickets at $31. Ski Rentals at Magic Mountain offers a ski tubing hill at $13 for 2 hours. For the best deals book early and grab a early bird special season pass online starting in September. Special online season pass rates package A for a child is $69.00, 13-17 $219, adults $249. That’s not the best deal though! They offer rental and season pass rates at an even better price. Package B includes a rental and goes up just $20.00 per age! Be sure to check their site often to snatch up one of these incredible pass deals.

Things to Keep in Mind

There are many things to think about, but safety is one of the most important roles in ski trips. Flying with rentals can often cost hundreds of dollars. Renting at Magic Mountain Ski rentals is affordable already. They offer ski bikes, snowshoes, cross country skis, and snowboards. Here’s the breakdown for a full day package look at paying $20 for a ski package, and $25 for snowboard package. Helmets and poles are $5 each and snowboard waxing is $15 and for skis $5.

Renting is still the smartest choice, without the inconvenience of flying with equipment or breaking your wallet. Lift hours are from 9-4pm and ski tubing hours are from 10am-4pm. Remember to watch the website to save early, and call in advance for an extra heads up on special discounts. Magic Mountain Ski rentals can be fun, on budget and memorable.

The following list contains ski rental shops near Magic Mountain:

Olson’s Ski and snowboard tuning-208-731-5839

Elevation Sport’s-208-944-4957

Claude’s Sport’s- 208-733-2000