Have you been itching to experience something new and exciting? Well, do I have the event for you! Imagine this, heading up to Bogus Basin on a beautiful winter night with your family, throwing on some snowshoes and walking through a lit trail while looking up at a starry sky. Sounds pretty magical, right? Well, what if this awesome experience also allowed you to help kids battling type 1 diabetes? Even better!

The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) is teaming up with Score Outdoors in Boise for the 15th Annual Starlight Snowshoe Benefit at Bogus Basin this Saturday, February 23. Proceeds from the event will benefit the JDRF Mountain Chapter to "fund research for a cure, better treatments, and prevention methods for type 1 diabetes (T1D)."

Once you arrive at Bogus, you'll be equipped with your snowshoes, then be directed to the beautiful trail under the stars. Then you can enjoy a delicious dinner, awesome entertainment from local bands, and even be in to win some amazing prizes with their raffle (tickets sold separately).

JDRF Starlight Snowshoe Benefit

Bogus Basin - Nordic Lounge

Saturday, February 23 - 4 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Tickets for the event include:

 

  • Fitting and use of snowshoes and trails at Bogus Basin!
  • Unlimited access to food buffet throughout the event (while supplies last)
  • Live entertainment provided by local musicians

If you're interested in taking part in this awesome event under the stars, you can get adult (13+) tickets for $20 or student and child (under 13) for $12. You can also save a little money if you're a family of five (2 adults 3 kids) with their family pack for $62.