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Trail Conditions Report (Last Updated 5/26/23 10:55AM MDT)

Summer opening day: June 16. The BlueBird Express Runs 10 am - 4:30 pm Wednesdays through Sundays

  • Upper Elk Trail: CLOSED
  • Middle Elk Trail: CLOSED
  • Lower Elk Trail: CLOSED
  • Wildcat: CLOSED
  • Grouse: CLOSED
  • High Voltage: CLOSED
  • Lower Hidden Valley: CLOSED
  • Upper Hidden Valley: CLOSED
  • Zorro: CLOSED

All XC Bike Trails are also open to Hikers. Please Be Aware of Other Users.

  • Greenhorn: CLOSED
  • Hammerhead: CLOSED
  • Roller Coaster: CLOSED
  • Thorn Creek: CLOSED
  • Black Bear: CLOSED
  • Growler: CLOSED
  • Lakeview Vista: CLOSED
  • Rock Garden: CLOSED

Closed-toe shoes recommended! Dogs on Designated Trails Only (Must be on leash at all times)

  • Base Area Nature Trail: CLOSED
  • Hidden Valley Overlook: CLOSED
  • Lookout Trail: CLOSED
  • Black Bear: CLOSED
  • South Lodge Lane (Mountain Road): CLOSED

Open 10 am - 4:30 pm during Operating Days. Last ride up at 4:15 pm.

  • Bluebird Express CLOSED

Come check out the new routing of the Easy Street 9

  • Easy Street 9 CLOSED
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  • Saturday: 66°
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  • Sunday: 66°
  • Sunday Night: 49°
Mountain Biking

Mountain Biking

Brundage Mountain Bike Park


The ever-expanding Brundage Mountain Bike Park offers a full spectrum of mountain biking experiences.

Brundage Mountain has offered lift-served mountain biking since the early 1990’s and is well known for gravity-fed thrills on 30 miles of trail. In recent years, a fresh focus on the XC experience includes more than six miles of XC riding in the base area and the addition of two stunning new trails, Rock Garden and Lakeview Vista, which complete a 360 degree loop around the mountain. 

Downhill riders of every level will enjoy the 6-mile all-mountain traverse of the flowy Elk Trail. For a bigger adrenaline rush, head out to Hidden Valley to put your DH skills to the test.

Kona and Rocky Mountain bike rentals are available on site. The pros at the Fall Line Shop can help recommend accessories for your bike or give you a tune up. You’ll also find a full-service restaurant and bar, free disc golf, and a beautiful terraced lawn perfect for relaxing or taking a break.

2023/24 Winter Season Passholders get a FREE 2023 Summer Bike Park Season Pass. Pick up your pass at the Guest Services office, and come enjoy summertime fun at Brundage!

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NEW – Mountain Bike Lessons from the Brundage Mountain Sports School. Learn more

Fresh XC Options

XC Riders can check out what some are calling the “Best 9 miles of single track in McCall” by connecting the brand new Rock Garden Trail with Lakeview Vista and Growler. 

Rock Garden, completed in Summer of 2021, is a labor of love. Starting at the 7,640 summit, Rock Garden traverses one of the most scenic talus fields in the area, before winding through high-alpine meadows and connecting to the equally charming Lakeview Vista Trail. 

This 2.8 mile trail wraps around the south end of Brundage Mountain, offering spectacular views of the Payette Lakes and the Lakeview Bowl. This section features white bark pine forests and wildflower-filled meadows, along with the gorgeous 360 degree views. 

In addition to Rock Garden and Lakeview Vista, the Brundage trail crew has added 2.35 miles of new XC trail in the base area in recent years.
Less experienced riders can use the shady, flatter trail sections on Greenhorn to practice skills. More seasoned riders can hit the Hammerhead lollipop for a nice warm up loop or use Thorn Creek to connect into the newly-reclassified Black Bear.


Once a downhill-only trail, Black Bear (4 miles) is now designated as a shared use, multi-directional trail, which gives XC riders a connection to the ever-popular Growler, which has also been converted for two-way riding.

Old School Flow

Most of the Brundage Mountain DH trails begin at the top of the BlueBird Express Chairlift, including long-time favorite: Elk Trail.

This 6-mile classic old-school flow trail traverses through a variety of mountain landscapes.

Above the tree-line, riders will take in spectacular views of the Payette Lakes to the south and east, and the Seven Devils and Wallowa Mountains to the north and west before dipping into shadier sections of trail winding between aspen groves, pine forests and wildflower-laden meadows.

Expert Challenges

The Hidden Valley trail offers downhill thrills and stunning views

For the more aggressive rider, the technical Hidden Valley trail offers fast chutes, big jumps, tight corners, drops and log rides as it descends 1,600 feet.

More thrills are available on Zorro, where treed steeps will keep your stoke factor high.


Bike Park & Mountain Stats


Summit Elevation: 7,640 feet

Base Elevation: 5,840 feet

Total Resort Vertical: 1,800 feet

Total Bike Park Vertical: 1,800 feet


Total Number of Trails: 12

Beginner Trails: 6

Intermediate Trails: 2

Advanced Trails:

Expert or Pro Trails: 4


Lift Access Riding

Cross Country Trails

Downhill Trails


Brundage Bike Park Tickets & Season Passes

(Window Price)
Pre-Purchase Online Late Arrival
(2 pm)
Adult (13 & up)$40BUY NOW$32
Junior (7-12)$30BUY NOW$23
Adult (13 & up)$30BUY NOW
Junior (7-12)$20BUY NOW
Bike Park Season Passes


Mountain Bike Rentals

To Save Time, please complete the Mountain Bike Liability Release Prior to Arrival. It is required for all Bike Day Tickets, Season Passes & Bike Rentals. On-Line Release

MOUNTAIN BIKE RENTALS featuring the latest models from Kona, Rossignol & Rocky MountainFull-DayLate Arrival
(2 pm)
(Not Allowed on Chairlift)$69$59
Elbow & Knee Pad Combo$15
Prices listed to do not include 6% sales tax

Children under 18 must have parent’s signature. Mountain Bikers must wear helmets and close-toed shoes.

Q: Can I Ride My E-Bike at Brundage Mountain?
A: Yes! E-bikes are now allowed on Brundage Mountain

Class 1 E-bikes are allowed up Bluebird lift and on existing resort constructed and maintained trails. You may be asked to load your own bike on the lift. Brundage staff reserves the right to deny e-bikes on lifts and trails that do not meet a Class 1 designation.

All mountain bikers must be familiar with and obey trail directional designations (Downhill only “DH” or X-Country “XC”), mountain biker responsibility code, and trail etiquette.


All Trail Users should take a moment to review Trail Etiquette and Summer Mountain Safety.

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