SunnyCorduroy 025003Brundage Mountain may not be your go-to source when it comes to spring fashion. Still, there is one trend that emerged strongly today, and it seems to go with everything!

We got two inches of fresh snow yesterday, and that set us up to show off a classic that never goes out of style (at least not above 5,800 feet)…Corduroy!

Today, for your enjoyment, the Spring 2014 Corduroy Collection:

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BrundageSelect_icon1Who doesn’t like to bend the rules a little bit? When it comes to offering extra value to our guests, that’s exactly what we’re doing this spring.

Normally, Select Card holders are allowed to get just one ticket per day from their multi-day Select Card. But we want to make sure our guests get the chance to use all their visits, so starting Friday, March 28, we will allow Select Card holders the opportunity to redeem multiple admissions per day from a single Select Card.

That means you can grab some friends and use every last visit! This option will be open from Friday, March 28 through the end of the season. Present your Select Card at Guest Services or the regular ticket windows to redeem all your remaining Select Card visits.

We plan to operate 7 days a week through April 6, then move into Bonus Weekends (Saturday and Sunday operations only) as conditions permit.

 

yogathumbDaylight saving time gave us an extra hour of daylight in the evenings, and now, Brundage Mountain is giving our guests a cool new way to add some extra energy into our spring mornings.

Starting Monday, March 17, we’re offering free pre-ski yoga sessions in the lodge on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 8:00 – 8:45 am.

The sessions are casual, catered to beginners, and geared toward warming up the exact muscle groups we all use to ski and ride. [Read more...]

Ever wonder what a Wednesday at Brundage looks like? Today the skies are clear, the sun is out, and the snow is sparkling everywhere you look. But I’ll just let the pictures speak for themselves…

03.10.2014We’ve been on a roller coaster ride of temperatures for the past few days. As our weekend visitors can tell you, we had some soggy conditions over the weekend.

The good news? Snow levels have dropped significantly today – and we’ve already had several inches of snow since just before sunrise.

It looks like we could see a few more inches (and continued cold temperatures) this afternoon and tonight before things get drier tomorrow.

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AlmostSunnySaturday 129005The spirit of spring time is alive and well at Brundage Mountain today. From the spring-like snow conditions, to the gorgeous views, great live music and a little bit of wackiness, it’s been refreshing all around.

We added some of the highlight’s to todays Snow Blog. Click on any photo below for a larger view.

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We want to welcome you to a new feature of our Snowblog; we’re calling it “From the President’s Desk”. Our goal is to create a forum where we can seek input from our guests, to share ideas and come together to address issues that face the ski area.

We want to begin with the topic of “Uphill Skiers”. Brundage Mountain does not currently have an official policy on uphill traffic. By uphill traffic, we are referring to the skiers and snowboarders who ascend the mountain using climbing skins, (also known as ‘earning your turns’).

Here at Brundage, most of the uphill travel occurs before the lifts open. We have a handful of skinners climbing the hill each morning. On powder days, that number can jump into the dozens. While climbing before the lifts open reduces the hazards from possible collisions with downhill skiers or riders, it doesn’t remove the hazards from having uphill travelers on the slopes at the same time as snowcats are grooming them. [Read more...]

SixInchSaturday 202005The month of March is coming ‘in like a lion’, just the way we like it. We woke up to six inches of fresh snow this morning, on top of two inches from yesterday.

The snow turned out to be just a little bit lighter and drier than we first expected, as you can see in the photos below. This storm surge is far from over; the experts tell us we could see one to two more FEET by Tuesday. Check out the forecast.

Don’t forget, crowds disappear when the weekend is over, so you may want to cash in some vacation days and join us early next week as we continue to believe in the wonders of Winter. [Read more...]

AdultPass-14-15FINAL DAY: Purchase your 2014-15 Adult Winter Season Pass by midnight, tonight (Thursday, February 27th) to enjoy the lowest price of the year and save up to $200.

If you don’t have a season pass for the current season, purchasing next year’s pass will also allow you to ski or ride the rest of this season for $99 or less.

Here are some tips on how to make your purchase:

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