- Associated Press - Wednesday, April 4, 2012

KETCHUM, IDAHO (AP) - Bruce Willis says he’s willing to give away his central Idaho ski resort to a nonprofit.

The action star has already put his lavish home in nearby Hailey, Idaho, on the market, as well as the local bar he owns, for a combined $19 million. Now the Idaho Mountain Express (https://bit.ly/Hg4qN7) reports he’s told Camas County leaders that he will gift his popular Soldier Mountain ski area in Fairfield to the right nonprofit.

Willis has owned the ski area since the late 1990s. It boasts 1,150 acres of in-bounds terrain, and its three lifts give access to a vertical rise of 1,425 feet.

The ski area is popular with families, serving as a laid-back alternative to the swanky Sun Valley ski resort about 65 miles away.

Willis‘ publicist Paul Bloch says he has no comment on the matter.


Information from: Idaho Mountain Express, https://www.mtexpress.com


Information from: Idaho Mountain Express, https://www.mtexpress.com

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