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™. Brundage is open seven days a week during the winter season.

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. Summer chairlift and restaurant service is open Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Learn more.

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BONUS! Lift & Restaurant Operations Open on Labor Day + September 10 & 11

We’re enjoying summer season so much we’re adding extra dates to our operating schedule. Brundage Mountain’s regular summer hours are on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. We will also be open on Monday, September 5 for the Labor Day Holiday and for one final Bonus Weekend on Saturday, September 10 and Sunday, September 11.

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NEW – Goose Lake Road Progress Report

If you’ve come up to visit us recently, you’ve seen the dramatic project underway on Goose Lake Road. Crews are making serious progress on the long-awaited reconstruction project. Thanks to meticulous planning, the construction is causing only minimal delays for our summer visitors. Drivers face delays up to 30 minutes on Thursdays, but can expect delays of no more than 5-6 minutes on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Once the project is complete, the road will be significantly wider and the sharpest curves will be re-engineered or eliminated altogether. Here’s a look at how the project is progressing:

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4.7 Mile Loop Now Open 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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