Inconsistent spring weather patterns prompted the change in plans. The Brundage snow base ranges from 40” to 78” at the official markers, but some sun-exposed areas aren’t quite that deep.
The giant 50’ x 50’ airbag will be in the Brundage Mountain base area March 22, 23, and 24 to kick off our local Spring Break period.
March is here and our event calendar is PACKED with cool events. The Brundage Winter Games are March 9-10, followed by the ever-popular O-Wimp-Ic Games… For Spring Break: We welcome the ‘Jump on It’ Airbag tour, we have TWO Sundays when kids 17 & under ski for FREE, and of course, Pond Skimming and Crazy Daze.
Follow this link for the full rundown and tips on how to save on your next visit.
Purchase your 2013-14 Winter Season pass by April 30 and you can save up to $150. This purchase also allows you to ski or ride the rest of THIS season for $99 or less
A full breakdown of prices and deadlines can be found here.
Anyone who purchases a 2013/2014 season pass during the early sales event can ski or ride the rest of this season for $99 or less. If you are purchasing a family pass, the entire family can ski the rest of this season for $99.
Act now, 2013/2014 season passes reach their full-price rate on May 1.
Incredible snow conditions, deeply discounted lift tickets, and two key partnerships are the highlight of this year’s Diva Day event at Brundage Mountain.
We have seen over a foot of fresh snow fall in the past four days, and the forecast is calling for up to two additional feet of snow this week. That’s boosting the excitement for this year’s Diva Day event, planned for February 2 and 3, 2013.
The annual event features a deep lift-ticket discount for women, free chair massages, spa package giveaways and more.
Women 18 & over can purchase a full-day all-mountain lift ticket for just $25 on Saturday, February 2. Anyone who brings that ticket back to the ticket office on Sunday, February 6 can purchase a $25 lift ticket that day, too. (Regular price: $57 per day).
A new feature of this year’s Diva Day event is the Komen for the Cure booth, which will be located on the third floor of the lodge on Saturday. It will feature the latest breast health information and a ‘spin the wheel’ contest with prizes. Diva Day participants will also get the opportunity to register for the 15th annual Boise Race for the Cure at a discount rate of just $15. (Regular price: $25).
“Our Diva Day event has always focused on women’s wellness. We encourage active participation in healthy, lifetime sports like skiing and snowboarding. The generous contributions from Spa Del Sol help us focus on the importance of relaxation and replenishing our energy,” said resort spokesperson, April Russell. “This year, we’re excited to partner with Komen for the Cure Idaho to add another dimension to the event, with the added focus on breast cancer prevention.”
More details on the event are available here.
It’s a two-day celebration of everything that makes our local ski culture special. From hand-crafted skis to local craft beer, backcountry adventures to friendly hometown ski shops, the 1st Annual Beer & Gear Festival is a one-stop celebration of skiing and riding in the West Central Mountains.
“We’re extremely excited to partner with so many great local groups,” said resort spokesperson, April Russell. “With their help, we’re highlighting everything the McCall area has to offer.”
Small Class Sizes Boost Learning Potential
Brundage Mountain Resort is celebrating Learn To Ski & Snowboard Month by kicking off its ‘Learn to Ski Guarantee’ program on Friday, January 4th.
For a single package price of just $99, prospective skiers and snowboarders aged 12 and up can take as many Easy Street lessons as they choose during the remainder of the 2012/2013 Winter season. They are also provided with two full days of rental gear and Easy Street lift tickets at no additional charge. [Read more...]
There’s nothing like a terrific cup of coffee to warm you up after a few chilly ski runs.
That was one of the driving forces behind our big changes on the third floor.
In addition to adding 1,000 square feet of heated, indoor space, the expansion made way for the brand new SideStash Cafe.
Guided backcountry snowcat trips are set to begin Saturday, December 22. Opening dates for snowcat trips vary from season to season. Snow conditions normally don’t allow the trips to begin until the second or third week in January.
Healthy snowpack at higher elevations will allow Brundage Mountain’s experienced guides and snowcat clients to access runs on all three mountain peaks, Granite Mountain, Slab Butte and ‘76’.
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: [Read more...]