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Home2020 TSC Final Showdown Sun Valley

TSC Final Showdown
Sun Valley
March 7 -14 2020

About the Mountain

"Baldy" is the primary ski mountain of the Sun Valley ski resort, renowned for its lengthy runs of constant gradient, at varying levels of difficulty, with absence of wind.

In the Sun Valley's fourth year of operation (1939–40), Bald Mountain was opened for lift-served skiing with three single chairlifts, in a series, unloading at an elevation of 9020 feet (2749 m), just below the mountain summit.

With a base elevation of 5750 feet (1753 m) along the Big Wood River at River Run, Baldy's vertical drop is 3400 feet (1036 m) along its northeast face. It is served by 14 ski lifts (1 eight-person gondola, 7 high-speed quads, 3 triples, 2 doubles, 1 surface); Baldy has more uphill capacity per skier than any other ski area. It has 75 runs with 2054 acres (8.31 km²) of on-piste skiing, 645 acres (2.61 km²) of which have snowmaking. The slope ratings are 36% easiest, 42% more difficult, and 22% most difficult. These ratings are relative, not absolute; much of the "easiest" terrain on Bald Mountain would be rated as "intermediate" at most ski areas, as the beginner areas are on the gentler and smaller Dollar Mountain.


Come Join your fellow Amigos at the TSC Final Showdown. If you never have been to Sun Valley, then this is your bucket list trip, America's first and one of the greatest. No lift lines, two mountains to choose from, part of the Epic pass program and an Amigo size Hot tub !!
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Please Note the Sun Valley Sign up page is currently closed, we have additional space available in hotel rooms as of now. We are still working on additional condos.  If you are interested in going with us...please contact the Trip Leader Mike McHenry at