Give the Gift of Snow This Holiday Season

Do you have a person on your holiday gift list who is impossible to buy for? If you do, (and that person happens to be a skier or snowboarder), we’ve got some great gift ideas that are sure to please.

Whether the snow lover in your life is a beginner, intermediate or expert Brundage Mountain patron, we’ve got just the thing to wrap up this holiday season:

Green Circle:

They know they love snow and want to get more involved with the sports of skiing or snowboarding.

Buy them a Brundage Mountain Gift Card. These cards can be used toward the purchase of any on-mountain products or service, including lessons, rental gear, tickets, snacks, even season passes!

You can purchase our pre-programmed gift cards on-line here, or call us on the phone at 208-634-4151 ext. 124 to purchase a gift card in any $5 increment.

Blue Square:

This snow lover knows how to ski or ride and may even have a pass at another area. How do you give them a special treat?

Try a Brundage Mountain Select Card to fund their next foray on the Best Snow in Idaho.

3-Day, 4-Day or 5-Day cards are available for purchase on-line and can be used any day of the 2012/13 season.

Black Diamond:

This Brundage Mountain expert already has their pass or Select Card and plans to visit often. He or she has been skiing here for years and knows all about Brundage.

You can tap into that love and loyalty by giving them a copy of our brand new history book, Brundage Mountain: Best Snow in Idaho. It’s packed with photos and entertaining stories tracing Brundage Mountain’s storied history as well as the very earliest days of skiing in McCall.

You can read a preview of the beautiful book in this Idaho Statesman article or purchase now to ensure delivery in time for gift giving season.


  1. says

    Hi April,

    Thanks again for all the up to date info on the condition of the ski hill. Love the photos.

    Ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!, I give up. The snow depths reported on the “snow report” just can’t be right, can they???


    • says

      Hi Al –
      I know the numbers look fishy. The discrepancy you’re seeing is because we are measuring snowfall at the base. We have had 47 inches fall at the base this season. Unfortunately, intermittent rain storms have reduced all that snow down to 7 inches. At the summit, we have had MUCH more snow fall and very little rain, so we have a 60 inch base up there. We don’t have regular access to the upper mountain pre-season so we’ve always reported base area snow until we open. After opening, our daily and cumulative snow totals are from mid-mountain, while our summit depth measurement is literally taken by putting a stick in the ground and measuring the depth. I hope that helps explain things! – April

  2. says

    Thanks, April. I thought it might have been something like that. I didn’t think the figures looked “fishy”. Just confusing. Aaaaaaaaaany way, thanks for clearing it up.

    Hope the weather cooperates and I get to see you guys soon.


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