Load up the 4Runner! It's time to take a trip up to the mountain.

Make that the 4Runner, Rav4, Sequoia, Camry or any other Toyota vehicle! The Treasure Valley Toyota Dealers have teamed up to bring back FREE Ski Day at Bogus Basin on Friday, January 11!

Getting your all day lift pass is easy. You WON'T have to go to a Toyota dealership before hand (they won't have any vouchers there.)  There will be a Toyota rep at Bogus on FREE Ski Day. Just drive your Toyota vehicle up the mountain and the rep will give the driver of the car their lift pass.  It's that easy.

And if you want to play hooky from work on Friday, March 1, they're doing a second FREE Ski Day at Brundage. The same deal applies!

Other Bogus Discounts

Don't drive a Toyota? There's a few other ways to save when you want to hit the slopes at Bogus Basin!

New to the Treasure Valley Discount

Move to the Treasure Valley sometime after February 25, 2018? Show Bogus proof of your old address that was at least 100 miles away from the Treasure Valley and they'll knock $170 off the current price of a season pass for an adult.  (There's also discounted rates for season passes for kids 12-18 and seniors 70 and older.)

Military Discount

Have you served or are currently serving our country in the United States military? Bring a current active duty, retired, dependent or VA ID to the JR Simplot ticket office and they'll offer $10 off any ticket (with the exception of the "Coach" beginner lift ticket, single ride ticket or multi-day ticket.) You can also get a season pass for $329 for an adult, $199 for minors 12-18 or $999 for a family pass.

5th & 6th Graders Discount

The Idaho Ski Areas Association offers 5th grade students something called the IDAHO Ski Free Passport Program.  By getting a passport, 5th and 6th graders can get a free lift ticket three times during Bogus's season. That also gets them some free skiing or boarding at Brundage, Tamarack and other Idaho ski resorts. There are a few restrictions with the passport.  Check out those details HERE.

More From Idaho’s Talk Station