Idaho Ski Gurus Earn National Props from Ski Magazine 

Ski Magazine has published its annual list of 100 top ski instructors in the country and six of Idaho's shred masters made the cut. In the all-mountain category, Miguel Bilbao of Bogus Basin and Brad Kreager from Tamarack garnered recognition for their abilities to pass on their knowledge of just about any snow or terrain condition. Amy Deneen from Kellogg's Silver Mountain and Ed Totten from Bogus Basin were recognized in the kiddie category. On learning bumps, Patrick Deneen, also from Silver Mountain, has been named as one of the country's top instructors. Whether it's skis or boards you're after, Bogus Basin's Yuji Matsuyama was named as one of the country's master instructors. Check out the full article at

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