Want Your Own Ski Resort? Now’s Your Chance.

Bruce Willis Looks to Giveaway his Idaho Ski Area.
Soldier Mt Sale Thumb

Tried of liftlines and complaining about resort management at your favorite ski mountain? Now’s your chance to become king of your own hill.Actor Bruce Willis is looking to donate Soldier Mountain, his Idaho ski resort, to a non-profit. A Willis-owned company owns and operates the small central Idaho resort.

Solider is a local and family hill, with 1,150 acres (almost double Aspen Mountain) and a 7,177-foot summit elevation. Its three lifts serve a legit 1,425-foot vertical. Soldier is located about 70 miles southwest of Sun Valley, its glamorous Idaho counterpoint.

Willis has owned the ski area for more than 20 years. Willis and former wife Demi Moore were popular celebrity residents in nearby Hailey, Idaho in the 1990s. They divorced in 2000, and now Willis is pulling up his Idaho roots. In addition to possibly giving away Solider Mountain, Willis is also selling his Hailey bar The Mint (about $4 million) and his luxurious Hailey home ($15 million). Here’s the scoop from the Idaho Statesman:



Tamarack Resort

Resort base sits at 4,900 feet and the 'village' is currently several big yurts functioning as a day lodge, rental and repair shop, and restaurants.