Bald Mountain Ski Area is a modest ski area in northern Idaho, first opened in 1959 for employees of the Potlatch Corporation in the village of Headquarters. http://www.skibaldmountain.com
It was opened to the public in the 1970s, and is located 11 miles (18 km) northwest of Pierce in Clearwater County. The summit elevation is 4400 feet (1341 m) above sea level, with a vertical drop of 684 feet (209 m). The north-facing slopes are served by two surface lifts: a T-bar and a rope tow. The average snowfall is 100 inches (254 cm).http://www.skibaldmountain.com/about.html
This ski area is independent of the the much larger Bald Mountain, the primary ski mountain at Sun Valley, a major ski resort in southern Idaho's Blaine County.