You don't have to travel far to get in on the fun!

Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to travel to Idaho to experience the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21.

Turns out you don't have to travel far to be able to check out the awesomeness.

The popular Treasure Valley ski mountain is 3.7 miles away from the path of totality, but it doesn't mean the show won't be amazing. You'll be able to a 99.6% solar eclipse.

They will be selling a limited amount of solar eclipse glasses for $3.

8 a.m.: Lodge, Food & Beverage, Summer Activities Center, and Deer Point chair lift open for operations

10:10 a.m. to 12:50 p.m. : Eclipse Viewing

12 p.m. - Base Area Summer Activities Open

4 p.m. - Bogus Basin closes for the day.