“Will we have a good snow year?” Climatologists are predicting one of the strongest El Ninos on record. Naturally, snow lovers want to know what that means for our powder prospects here at Brundage Mountain.More
We at Brundage pride ourselves in having family fun both during the summer and the winter. We are constantly working toward expanding opportunities for the kids and their families who love to make Brundage their play pen, during any season! Check out some of our newest additions, and make the time for a fun-filled, family […]More
We are excited to announce that our Nature Trail is in the process of getting interpretive signs! As plans for these are being finalized and they are being put in place, stop our Fall Line retail shop to pick up a brochure that explains the changes, and inhabitants of the trail. Come take a peak at it! The trail is open all year, becoming a wonderful snowshoe work-out in the winter. It is through easy and beautiful terrain and is the perfect length for a family outing.More
We had such a wonderful time during the Family Festival on Saturday, July 25th! So many kids running and playing all over the base of the Mountain. We love to see our community coming together like that, to play and have fun with one another. All the festivities seemed to be quite a hit with most of the kids. Cupcakes and cookies were decorated amazingly, before being gobbled down, and every little one was able to get an animal or bug of their choosing painted on their face by our lovely face painting artist, Nikki. Kids and parents alike played their hearts out, and ended the evening with dances to the rustic melodies of Dick Polley and The Payette River Boys (formerly known as Checkered Dick and the Full Monty). It truly was a day well spent, even our Brundage staff found chances to try on some of the dress up attire, and get their faces painted too!More
We had an amazing time this year at the 4th of July Cat Track Summit Race! Thanks to everyone who participated and spread the word about this wonderful way to spend the 4th with family and friends.More
Collecting Food for the HungryFriday, June 25th marked our annual Food Drive and Rec Fair at Brundage Mountain Resort. The turn out was great! Because of all of your wonderful donations, we were able to donate roughly 350-400 canned food items to Heartland Hunger Resource Center and McCall Food Bank. That’s over 300 lbs of food! Thank you to all who contributed, we could not have done it without YOU.More
Calling all beginner mountain bikers: come check out our NEW beginner skills course! The Triple Play Skills Course is located right next to Easy Street and offers a variety of low-key features to help new bikers get more comfortable on single-track trails. The course is free, so you can ride as much as you need to feel comfortable before heading up the lift to our longer trails. Bike rentals are available Thursdays through Sundays starting June 20 and lessons will be available every Thursday starting June 25.More
An early spring thaw and favorable weather conditions are making it possible for us to open summer chairlift season earlier than ever! We have moved our Grand Opening Celebration up to Saturday, June 20.
We are also expanding chairlift and restaurant operations to four days a week instead of the traditional three days a week this summer season. The Summer Chairlift Grand Opening on Saturday, June 20th will feature FREE chairlift rides for all guests, all day, from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm.More
If you’re planning a wedding (or know someone who is) be sure to consider Brundage Mountain as a ceremony site, reception venue, or appealing rehearsal dinner location.
Your guests will never forget their breathtaking journey to the summit and the gorgeous alpine backdrop as you say your vows at 7,640 feet.More
This guest post is brought to you by Expedia Viewfinder, which is partnering with Brundage Mountain Resort to showcase the top things to do at the mountainside this summer. Brundage Mountain Resort in Idaho is popular for its snow-packed adventures, but that doesn’t mean its allure melts away with the powder in the warmer months. […]More