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Feb

Magic Mountain is going to be on my hit list, next time I’m traveling through Central Idaho. This was Sting’s 6th stop on The Snow Troopers’ 2013 Idaho Road Trip, which was starting to be known as the “2013 Groomer Madness Road Trip”, but has shifted gears and is now know as POW’daho 2013 Road Trip” ever since the last stop a couple of days ago. Now two days into the storm, the crew finds themselves at stop #2 of POW’daho: Magic Mountain, where the snow was starting to stack up and the cliffs were looking choice. Sting is closing in on the tail end of this leg of our “2013 Idaho Road Trip” but has being rewarded the entire time with fantastic terrain, great people and now heavily rewarded with great powder. Enjoy some the excellent skiing and terrain right from your computer screen, along with a few words from Peak Travels about Magic Mountain. Peak Travels writes: Magic Mountain Resort is a small family 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



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