Bruce Willis Hands Over Ski Hill To Non-Profit

Bruce Willis Hands Over Ski Hill To Non-Profit


Bruce Willis Hands Over Ski Hill To Non-Profit


Bruce Willis has handed over control of his Idaho ski area, Soldier Mountain, to a non-profit operating entity. Details of the deal have not been made public but Willis indicated earlier this year that he would donate Soldier Mountain to a non-profit.

Willis is planning on pulling up all stakes in Hailey, Idaho where he also ownes a home, bar and nightclub.

Here is some more information from our report made earlier this year. 

Bruce Willis Offers to Donate a Ski Resort

It’s that time of year ladies and gentlemen, time to liquidate, everything must go…it’s tax time.  Willis has already put his residence and nightclub in Central Idaho on the market for $19.5 million, but now he’s going to give away his ski area for free.  He has owned Soldier Mountain near Fairfield, ID since the late 90′s and now would like to donate it to the right local non-profit.  Soldier Mountain is 1,150 acres and has three ski lifts.   So is Bruce just trying to unload everything because of financial troubles or is he realizing it doesn’t snow there?  Does he ski gorilla style?  Is this an act of selflessness or desperation?

Soldier Mountain Trail map is now displaying a splash page indicating “Under new management…stay tuned.”

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