Your McCall Idaho Ski Resort

Located high in the mountains of Central Idaho, Brundage Mountain is an Idaho Ski Resort best known for its powder-packed glades and luxuriously wide groomed runs. Blessed with over 320 base area inches of snowfall annually, Brundage has an undisputed reputation for the Best Snow in Idaho™.

During the summer months, Brundage Mountain is a popular destination for scenic chairlift rides, downhill mountain biking, disc golf, indoor and outdoor dining and weddings and other special events. Learn more.

Please note: We still have a significant amount of snow on the Hidden Valley trail and it will remain closed for the June 25-26 weekend. Daytime highs are on the rise, and we’re hoping to have it open for the 4th of July weekend. Watch this space for updates. All other trails are open and riding great! 

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Kick Off Your Holiday Weekend with a FREE Chairlift Ride

Here at Brundage Mountain, we’re extending chairlift and restaurant operations for the long Fourth of July weekend and kicking it all off with one day of FREE chairlift rides on Thursday, June 30. We’re also starting our NEW Summer Duathlon Series this Friday and hosting a full day of Family Fun on July 4th.

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Head to Brundage for a Full Day of Fourth of July Fun!

We’re starting early and keeping the fun factor at full-tilt all day long to celebrate the Fourth of July. Join us for our Cat Track 10K (or watch and cheer on the runners), then relax and chill out to some midday music from two different artists before we kick off our free Disc Golf Tournament in the afternoon. It’s a full day of family fun, but you’ll still have plenty of time to get back to town for the Fourth of July fireworks.

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NEW THIS SUMMER – 4.7 Mile Loop Opens to Hikers and Uphill Bikers

Great news for cross-country bikers and hikers. Brundage Mountain is opening a 4.7 mile loop to two-way traffic and foot travelers this summer. We have now designated three trails as ‘multi-directional, multi-use’ trails to appeal to those who like to gain elevation under their own person-power.

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