The three-day weekend from February 13-15 is one of the best (and most popular) times to hit the slopes. We’ve got some helpful tips on how to navigate this busy time on the mountain, save a little money and ‘feel the love’ for Valentines Day. We hope these trip planning pointers will make your weekend extra enjoyable!
An abundance of snowfall has allowed our grooming crews to expand their scope of work. One of our steepest runs in the Lakeview Bowl has been groomed for the first time in years. Come show off your Hotshot moves under the lift line.
6″ of new snow has covered the slopes and the temperatures are cold, creating amazing powder conditions. We decided to ask some of the pros from our Ski and Ride School where they ride when the powder piles up.
Congratulations to the Payette Lakes Ski Patrol for winning First Place in this year’s Winter Carnival snow sculpture contest with the impressive “Rescue Sharlie” sculpture at the Brundage Mountain summit! Visitors who don’t ski or snowboard can ride the Blue Bird High Speed quad on foot for just $10 per person (please wear warm snow boots with good traction and bundle up!). We will stop it for you so you can get off at the 7,640 foot summit to check out Rescue Sharlie.
A series of storms has put down 15 inches of snow in the last 4 days. The Pineapple Express that led the way, also brought with it temperatures that lingered right at the freezing point of 32 degrees. As the week progressed the temperatures began dropping, as did more snow. With temperatures in the low […]
It started out slowly and nearly caught us by surprise. Three inches pasted into the snowbox late Thursday afternoon. We got another blast of three inches overnight, and the slopes were calling. Those who answered the call and weathered the storm were rewarded with free refills as ANOTHER 3-4 inches fell while the lifts ran today. […]
We woke up this morning, for the first time in eight full days, without fresh snow on the ground or in the snowbox. As Brundage loyals well know, that doesn’t mean there aren’t fresh lines and forgiving turns to be had here on the mountain. Clearer skies and a break in the snowstorms can come […]
Winter Carnival is always an exciting time in and around McCall. The ‘Mardi Gras’ festivities add a splash of color to our normally white, winter world. Here at Brundage Mountain, we’re launching some great new events just in time for this year’s carnival. Here’s a rundown of our favorite events, old and new…