An Idaho Ski Resort Is on the Market for $149,000

It's not a typo, but interested New England snow-lovers will have to relocate to Idaho.

Calling all New England skiers and snowboarders, according to news from Unofficial Networks, Fairfield, Idaho’s Soldier Mountain is on the market for a list price of $149,000. Although you’d have to move west to make your resort-owning dreams come true, the mountain includes three chairlifts and 36 hills, 15 of which are black diamonds, and it’s not far from the popular Sun Valley Resort.

The resort was formerly owned by Bruce Willis, who handed it over to an Idaho non-profit in 2012. This year, the non-profit has been looking to sell, and with no official deal in site, the sale is open to the public. In a Facebook message posted today, the company said, “The price is real. This is all we owe to our bank for the last 3 years of improvements and operations . As a non profit we only sell for the debt owed against the business.”

The sale includes, all vehicles and snow machines, inventory, lifts, and buildings, including a repair shop, restaurant and bar.

For information, contact the resort at


The Boston Home team has curated a list of the best home design and home remodeling professionals in Boston, including architects, builders, kitchen and bath experts, lighting designers, and more. Get the help you need with FindIt/Boston's guide to home renovation pros.