Bruce Willis says he is willing to give away his central Idaho ski resort to a non-profit making organisation.
The action star has already put his lavish home in nearby Hailey, Idaho, on the market - it is listed at 15 million US dollars - along with his local bar and nightclub, The Mint - listed at about four million US dollars.
Now the Idaho Mountain Express reports Bruce may be severing another real estate tie to Idaho.
The actor told Camas County leaders he is willing to give the Soldier Mountain ski area in Fairfield to the right non-profit group.
Bruce, best known for the Die Hard series and Sixth Sense, 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.
Willis' Soldier Mountain Development owns and operates the ski hill on public land under a US Forest Service special-use permit.