Rotarun Ski Area

Due to snow conditions, there is no public skiing at Rotarun until further notice. 

There is also no sledding at Rotarun.

Rotarun is currently operated only in conjunction with SVSEF after-school programming.

The Rotarun Ski Area is located out Croy Canyon, west of Hailey, Idaho. Shortly after the Second World War, the “hill” began to be used by people walking up and skiing down. Ann Janet Winn—1948 Winter Olympics-Switzerland participant—began teaching local children the skill of skiing. She started at the small hill at the Hailey Elementary School and later took students to locations west of Hailey to teach lessons. In 1948, a group of local residents constructed a tractor-and-pulley rope tow out of used farm equipment, and the local Hailey ski area was born.

Questions?

Call 208.726.4129 or email Alpine Program Director Scott McGrew (scott@svsef.org) for more information.

Interesting in holding a private event at Rotarun? To reserve a date or find out more information, please contact Sam Adicoff (sadicoff@svsef.org, 208.726.4129).

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