Snow Report

Last Updated on January 31st, 2015 3:08 pm

Fresh Since 5PM


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Current Conditions

Today was the last day of JUNE-uary!  Sunny, warm, and spring-like weather will hopefully become a distant memory as SNOW returns to the forecast beginning tomorrow! We're expecting morning conditions to be similar to today's, with carvable, sugary slopes to start the day. Forecasters tell us to expect our first snowflakes to fall around midday, but the real accumulation likely won't start until Sunday night. Come take some morning turns before you tune in to the big game!

Last Updated January 31st, 2015 3:08 pm

Snow Depths
Base Depth 42”
Summit Depth 67”
Season Total 134”
Trails & Lifts
# of Lifts Open: 5
# of Trails Open: 47
Weekly Snow Recap (In.) Previous Week
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Other Information

Did You Know? We are running a FREE daily shuttle from downtown McCall up to Brundage Mountain and Back. You can pick it up at the Brundage Adventure Center at Alpine Village. Learn more.  

Mid-Mountain Weather Forecast

Overnight Low: 17° Mostly Cloudy
Sunday High: 33° Snow Likely
Sunday Night Low: 24° Snow
Monday High: 33° Snow
Monday Night Low: 25° Snow Likely
Tuesday High: 30° Chance Snow
Extended Mid-Mountain Forecast
Disclaimer: This snow report is based on the latest and most accurate data available. Please be aware that it represents a snapshot of conditions at a given time, and that mountain weather conditions can and will change rapidly. Some websites and outside reports may differ, but our data is checked and reported every morning by a real person and updated as often and accurately as possible.