Winter Games

Brundage Mountain is celebrating our 23rd Annual Winter Games competition with Slalom and GS races for skiers age 5-13. All abilities are welcome!

You don’t have to have any race training or experience to enjoy this Idaho tradition, and it’s just $10 for recreational racers, who also get a lift ticket discount!

ENTRY FEE: Entry fees are $15 for Age Class racers and $10 for Recreational League racers.

Entry is payable online at:

All Age Class entries are due Wednesday, March 6th at 5:00pm. Once you have paid online, no further entry is needed. Recreational racers can enter the day of the race at the Alpine Racing Center at the far end of the lower parking lot. The ARC opens at 8:00 am. These races are for skiers only.

LIFT TICKETS: Lift tickets can be purchased the morning of the race at the Brundage Mountain ticket window at a discount rate of $19 per day per athlete. The race arena is easily accessible by foot.

Bib pick up by athletes each morning in the Alpine Racing Center.

SATURDAY: Giant Slalom on Griz/Badger

SUNDAY SCHEDULE: Slalom on Griz/Badger. Stubbie gates 1st run and Mini gates
2nd run for all age classes.

AWARDS: All awards will be presented on Saturday and Sunday 1 hour after the race at
the BMR Lodge. (approx time 3:15pm)

LODGING: Please contact the Shore Lodge at 800-657-6464


More information is available here a more detailed race schedule is available here.



    • says

      Hi Mike – sorry about the inconvenience. We’ve cleared up our technical problems and all the links should be working now. Thanks for your patience.

  1. Mendy says

    Can snow boarders participate in the winter games as a rec racer? Can the racer participate on one day and not both days a rec racer?
    Thank you

  2. Camille Lane says

    Am I missing something or are you not having adult GS races on Sunday? Sure hope you are because we love to come participate.

    • says

      That is correct, the races are just for youth this year. The McCall Ski Racing Team organizes the Winter Games and they tell us interest in the Adult races has waned in recent years so they are focusing on the youth racing.

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