Since 1938 - A Recreational/Social Organization for All Seasons

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Bogus Basin Ski Club membership is $25 (per member) annually. When enrolling, your membership will be effective immediately. All memberships renew annually in November.

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  • The Mogul
    Check out The Mogul—the club's newsletter.
  • Life Flight
    As a club member, annual membership in the Life Flight Network is $45 per family. Sign up now!
  • Member Benefits through the Intermountain Ski Council
    With your club being a member of the ISC, BBSC members can take advantage of the offers listed on the ISC's Member Benefits page. Check out these great offers from ski areas, hotels, and more!
  • 30% off Bollé goggles
    Club members can purchase Bollé goggles from for 30% off the retail price. Enter promo code 8TR-2-K1DVS during checkout for your discount!


  • Old Boot Award
    This award is "Presented to the skier whose after skiing efforts have done the most to further the sport." Since 1965, this boot has seen many great volunteers. You can see it at the Bogus Basin downtown office. Maybe it will have your name engraved on it next year!

    In 2016, the Old Boot Award went to Paul Markowitz, for his never-ending cheer while setting up, helping out, and taking down tables, chairs, posters, raffle items, etc., at ALL events. Yes, he was there at every single event, besides leading a fantastic ski trip to Interlaken Switzerland and France.

  • Spirit Award
    Established in 2004, this award is presented to the member or members who have exhibited exceptional spirit for the club with enthusiasm and energy.

    In 2016, the Spirit Award went to Ron Graff, for his continual "stepping up to the plate" as a new member to help out with events...not to mention his enduring smile always raising our spirits.

  • Black Diamond Award
    This lighthearted award is made completely in jest.

    The 1st Black Diamond Award of 2015-2016 (a map with magnifying glass) went to Bob Running for leading the biking group on an extended, uphill, "wild goose chase" by missing a turn during the Wine & Bike trek.

  • Second Black Diamond Award
    This lighthearted award is made completely in jest. And we had two in 2016!

    The 2nd Black Diamond Award for the season (a pair of handcuffs) went to Sue and Doug Baker, who could not keep track of each other while in Interlaken. Doug got off the ski train with his skis as well as Sue's. Sue stayed on the train. The train left the station. And that was just the first of many Baker mishaps!

  • Distinguished Service Award
    This award is given when someone does an exceptional job volunteering and it includes a season pass to Bogus Basin.

    Darryl Kuhrt was presented with the Distinguished Service award. After four years as president of the club, club bylaws require Darryl to step down as we begin the new fiscal year. We are ALL grateful for the dedication and time Darryl has given.

  • Sally Rutledge Inspirational Award
    Established in 2009, this distinction is awarded to the club member (past or present) who has the courage and tenacity to overcome severe challenges in their life.

    The 2015-2016 Sally Rutledge Award went to Carol Peterson, for outstanding service to the club despite great personal difficulties. Despite a protracted healing process, Carol continued to maintain our Mogul and website.

  • Volunteer Raffle Winner
    Each time a club member volunteers to work an event, their name is submitted by that event chairperson to the annual lottery pool. The winner's name will be drawn at the Annual Membership Meeting. The odds of winning improve with each time you volunteer.

    Fred Uranga presided over the drawing for the Season Pass to Bogus. Dottie Greenwood picked the volunteer winner. The Bogus Basin Season Pass goes to Fred Bernier. Fred Uranga commented there were 270 entries which translates to 270 volunteers who assisted with various activities this year.

Paul Markowitz
Ron Graff
Bob Running
Sue Baker
Darryl Kuhrt
Carol Peterson
Fred Bernier