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Brundage Mountain Opens Summer Season Friday, June 18

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Brundage Mountain Opens Summer Season Friday, June 18


Brundage Mountain’s Summer Season is set to open Friday, June 18, kicking off an action-packed lineup of summer activities and outdoor events. 

Brundage Mountain will be open Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays June 18-20 and June 25-27.

Wednesday through Sunday operations begin June 30, with Bonus Days Monday, July 5, Tuesday, July 6 and Monday, September 6.

Summer season highlights include scenic chairlift rides, hiking trails, a nine-hole disc golf course and slope-side dining at Smoky’s Bar & Grill, as well as cross-country and lift-served mountain biking in the Brundage Bike Park. Brundage Mountain is excited to announce the return of the popular Fourth of July Music Fest and TGIF Summer Concert Series, which are FREE and fun for the whole family. Brundage will also be hosting the Cat Track 5k/10 foot races, and Twisted Turtle bike races.

Brundage Mountain would like to remind 2021/22 Winter Season passholders that they get both FREE Scenic Chairlift rides AND a FREE 2021 Summer Bike Park Pass at no additional charge. That pass is included with next winter’s season pass purchase.

Fourth of July Music Fest

The Fourth of July action kicks off with the popular Cat Track 5k/10k running events, followed by an all-day concert on the plaza stage. Admission is FREE and the grassy Brundage Amphitheater is a great place to spread out a blanket and enjoy the day. This year’s lineup includes the Dusty Huckleberries, French, Evans & Barr and Laney Lou and the Bird Dogs.  The Music Fest runs from 10 am – 5 pm.

TGIF Summer Concert Series

Music lovers can enjoy a string of Friday evening performances from the terraced grass amphitheater or the balcony outside Smoky’s Bar & Grill. Friday night headliners for the Summer 2021 include regional favorites Innocent Man, Hillfolk Noir, Hardwood Heart, plus Grateful. The TGIF Concert season will wrap up Friday, September 3 with Valley County’s own Jeff Crosby.