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COVID-19

COVID-19

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates:

Brundage Mountain is Open Wednesdays through Sundays during Summer Season

** Please Be Prepared: Face coverings are required in all indoor facilities AND when loading and unloading the BlueBird Express **


Update for 6-27-2020:

A Message from General Manager, Ken Rider:

Brundage Mountain has canceled the Fourth of July Music Fest, the Cat Track 10k/5k races and the TGIF Concert scheduled for July 10, out of an abundance of caution and concern for the well-being of our staff and community,

This has not been an easy decision to make on one hand, but a very easy decision to make on the other. With confirmed community spread in our area and a rise in cases in the Treasure Valley, we are taking the safe route and canceling events that have the potential to draw sizable crowds.

Brundage Mountain remains open Wednesdays through Sundays for Scenic Chairlift Rides, Mountain Biking, Hiking, Disc Golf and Dining at Smoky’s Bar & Grill. The Brundage team has put countless hours into designing and executing new protocols to reduce hazards during those primary summer operations.

Interested parties can view those detailed protocols below this message.

The free TGIF Concerts scheduled later in July and August will be continually assessed as conditions change and evolve. We are taking an optimistic, but informed approach. We’ve been monitoring the COVID-19 situation constantly since early March and will continue to do so as we move forward.

Future considerations will include case trends and community spread in the local area, as well as the behavior of visitors observed in other situations.

The more people we see engaging in social distancing and mask wearing protocols, the better we will feel about hosting larger events. As much as we enjoy providing these outdoor activities, safety will always come first at Brundage Mountain.

Ken Rider
General Manager
Brundage Mountain Resort

Summer 2020 Operational Plans

Resort-wide Operational Plan 

Guest Services & Ticketing

Lift Operations

Fall Line Retail and Bike Shop

Smoky’s Bar & Grill
Smoky’s Pre-Opening Plan Filed with SW District Health 

Mountain Patrol


Update for 6-16-2020:

A Message from General Manager, Ken Rider:

The entire team at Brundage Mountain Resort is very excited to open for the summer on June 20. It’s been a long couple of months since we last saw guests on-site, 94 days to be exact. Each and every one of our team members has been hard at work preparing for your arrival. While things may look a little different, the fresh air, healthy outdoor activities, and the friendly service will remain the same.

Based on the guidelines for re-opening Idaho, we will be requiring guests to wear masks in indoor locations and in a few areas where social distancing is a challenge. Details on our operating plans are provided in the links below. We hope to see you up here soon and are excited to welcome you back to enjoy all of the special things summer season has to offer at Brundage Mountain.

Ken Rider
General Manager
Brundage Mountain Resort

Summer 2020 Operational Plans

Resort-wide Operational Plan 

Guest Services & Ticketing

Lift Operations

Fall Line Retail and Bike Shop

Smoky’s Bar & Grill
Smoky’s Pre-Opening Plan Filed with SW District Health 

Mountain Patrol


Update for 5-27-2020:

The Brundage Downtown Shop, located at 317 East Lake Street in the Waterfront Building is now open.

Current hours are 10 am – 4 pm Wednesdays through Sundays (Closed Monday & Tuesday)

Your New Shopping Experience:

  • One group is allowed inside this store at a time, with a maximum of 8 shoppers in each group
  • Shoppers are required to wear masks. No shoes, no shirt, no mask, no service.
  • This shop is accepting debit and credit payments only at this time. No cash.
  • Personal shopping experiences can be arranged by reservation: 208-634-7772

View the COVID-19 Operational Plan for the Brundage Downtown Shop here.


Update for 4-20-2020:

A message from General Manager, Ken Rider. Read Here


Update for 4-7-2020:

New Information for 2019/2020 Select Card and Season Passholders. Learn More


View All COVID-19 Updates from March 2020

Frequently Asked Questions


For more information on COVID-19 in Idaho, we are referring our guests and employees to the following resources:

Greater McCall Area – Protect Your Mountain Playground Website

Idaho’s COVID-19 webpage

Frequently Asked Questions

Recreate Responsibly Idaho

Central Idaho Health District