MainstEaterylogo225We’ve redesigned our third-floor space and our new Main Street Market & Eatery is already a big hit with our holiday visitors. The new set-up is quicker and more convenient for our guests, and also allows those tasty grill orders to come out hot every time.

If you haven’t had the chance to check it out for yourself, our Food & Beverage director would like to take you on a quick video tour: [Read more...]

Four straight days of snowfall have allowed Brundage Mountain to open ALL chairlifts and 100 percent of our terrain.

Brundage has seen 12 inches of fresh snow since Thursday, bringing snow depths up to 22 inches at the base and 36 inches at the summit. We plan to operate all five chairlifts through the holiday period. All primary runs have now been groomed and all 1,500 acres of terrain is open.

We do have some early season conditions on the lowest parts of the mountain, BUT, we’ve been finding amazing powder turns on the upper mountain all weekend. Powder is knee-deep in some spots and it sounds like more fresh snow is on the way.

Forecasters are predicting another 2-5 inches of fresh snow at Brundage Mountain by Christmas Eve

More information on slope conditions is available in our SnowBlog and Daily Snow Report.

BlueRibbonTuning-SpecialWe’re building on the popularity of our “FREE BEER” wax package by offering three ways to tune up and save this season. This year, our Blue Ribbon Special allows you to earn a FREE BEER with a wax, basic tune, OR a full tune.  View prices here.

We’re also offering two different ways for you to keep your gear tuned up ALL SEASON LONG.

Check it out:

Cheaper by the Dozen Wax Card – 12 Waxes for $99

Keep your turns super smooth despite changing snow conditions, or share your 12 waxes among family and friends. Punch card expires at the end of the season, but is fully transferable. Save $45!

‘Stay Tuned’ Plan – $99

A special offer for Brundage Season Pass Holders. Save $30 and keep your gear in top shape all season long. This special offer is for current season pass holders and includes: 1 full tune (complete refinishing of the base + wax), 1 basic tune (sharpening & tuning of edges + wax), 2 waxes, 1 end-of-season summerization. $129 value.

Stop by the Fall Line Tunes shop on the first floor and we’ll be happy to get you geared up for Winter!

Our tune shop is now open and ready to perform your pre-season tune, whether you’re interested in one of these packages or one of our regular, stand-alone tuning services. Just call 208-634-4151 ext. 140 to arrange a time to drop off your skis or board. You could have the best opening day ever.


WNlooperBrundage Mountain will kick off the 2013/14 winter season with some exciting changes on the slopes, in the lodge and in the resort’s leadership.

Brundage welcomed President and Managing Director, Bob Looper in July. Looper has served on the Brundage Mountain Company Board of Directors since 2008 and previously spent nine years on the Board of Directors at Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area. Looper also has an extensive background in development, management and entrepreneurship. You can read more about his plans for Brundage here. [Read more...]

BobLooperBrundage Mountain is pleased to announce current board member Bob Looper as President and Managing Director of Brundage Mountain Resort.

Looper has served on the Brundage Mountain Company Board of Directors since 2008 and previously spent nine years on the Board of Directors at Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area.

“After a nationwide search with dozens of highly-qualified applicants, the Board decided the best person for the job would be Bob Looper, given his broad business, engineering and ski industry experience,” said Judd DeBoer, Chairman of the Board.

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2013 Rental Bikes 002webAre you looking to upgrade your downhill ride, but getting some sticker shock when it comes to the performance you want? Then we’ve got a great deal for you. We’re turning over part of our mountain bike fleet and that means we have nearly a dozen quality bikes for sale way under retail pricing.

These bikes have been used as rentals, but they’ve also been meticulously maintained by our bike mechanics.

Here’s a rundown of what’s for sale: [Read more...]

NewgiantbikesBy now you may have heard about our Summer Grand Opening Celebration, and how we’re asking our visitors to pitch in a can of food or $1 in exchange for their free lift ticket.

Now, we’re happy to announce that Giant Bicycles is upping the ante by donating more than three dozen different items to a raffle that will benefit that same great cause.

All of the proceeds from the food drive and raffle will go straight to the Heartland Hunger Resource Center, which operates the McCall Food Bank.

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1478_Smr13-ChairOpening-1We are kicking off our summer season with a hometown food drive!

We’re inviting the public to join us for our grand opening event – and offering FREE chairlift rides. We’re asking visitors to donate one can of food per lift ride, or make a $1 donation. Proceeds benefit McCall’s own Heartland Hunger Resource Center.

The Blue Bird quad will be in operation from 10 am – 5 pm, with the last chair loading at 4:30 pm.

The lift takes visitors to our 7,640 foot summit, which provides sweeping views of the Payette Lakes, Salmon River Mountains, Seven Devil’s and Oregon’s Eagle Cap mountains, among others.

We also have more than 20 miles of hand-built single track bike trails descending from the summit.

Bike rentals are available for purchase, along with tasty burgers and other barbecue fare.

You can check out our rental packages and regular pricing here.

Summer chairlift hours are Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 10 am – 5 pm – June 28 through Labor Day.


closedbannerBrundage Mountain is now closed for the 2012/13 Winter Season.

Regrettably we will not be operating for any bonus weekends.  Although we have had 8 inches of new snow fall this past weekend, temperatures have been above freezing in the base area during the day.  With the forecast not looking promising, the new snow will have receded by this weekend.

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