Summer at Brundage:
Enjoy the View or Let Gravity Be Your Guide
|Mountain Biking||Scenic Chairlift Rides||Hiking|
|Disc Golf||Smoky’s Bar & Grill||Weddings & Catering|
Brundage Mountain hosts a variety of special events during the summer months. The Cat Track 10k/5k and Fourth of July Music Fest is a season favorite, along with mountain bike races and our popular FREE TGIF Summer Concert Series.
Feel free to enjoy the beautiful base area lawn and our lower plaza with your friends and family. Please be aware that no outside alcohol is permitted in this area. Adults 21 & over are welcome to purchase alcoholic beverages from Smoky’s Bar & Grill or the Brundage General Store in the main lodge and to enjoy those on our premises.
PLEASE NOTE: Dogs are allowed ONLY in our designated Pet Area on the West end of the upper parking lot. For safety reasons, dogs are not allowed on our decks & patios, lawn areas, lifts or anywhere on our trail system.
WINTER: Experience the Best Snow in Idaho™
If you’ve been to Brundage Mountain, you know the reputation as one of the top ski resorts in the Northern Rockies is well deserved. The Best Snow in Idaho™ and an incredible variety of terrain ensures EVERYONE can enjoy their visit. It’s easy to sample the 46 named trails but it’s the countless glades and snowfields that truly set Brundage Mountain apart as one of the best ski resorts in Idaho.
Beginners and families will love the close-at-hand convenience of our free Easy Street learning area and it’s hard to beat our ridiculously wide top-to-bottom groomed runs.
For more experienced riders, a trip through Hidden Valley or the lift-served backcountry to the North can provide powder memories to last a lifetime. Guided services like SnowCat Adventures on 18,000 acres and guided snowmobile trips leave no box on the bucket list unchecked.
- Mountain Stats & Trail Maps
No doubt about it, Brundage Mountain ‘skis big’ for it’s statistical size. It could be the lack of crowds, the powder-packed glades between the named runs, or the endless options for exploring our lift-served backcountry on your own or with the help of our expert backcountry guides.
Frontside, backside, base area and backcountry. View our selection of helpful trail maps to visualize your next trip to Brundage Mountain.
- Slope Safety
One of the keys to a fun day on the slopes is making sure your group knows how to maximize their adventures while staying safe. From the bare essentials to the insider tips, check out the safety page before you hit the slopes.
- Lift-Served Backcountry
Powder lovers flock to Brundage Mountain for fresh lines within the managed terrain and also beyond the ski area’s patrolled slopes. Venturing into the uncontrolled, unpatrolled backcountry just beyond the boundaries requires extra care and extra responsibility.
- Backcountry SnowCat Adventures - Guided
Backcountry SnowCat Adventures – Guided
The most effortless way to satisfy your thirst for powder is to book a guided excursion on one of Brundage Mountain’s backcountry snowcats. Our trained and licensed guides will help you navigate the backcountry with expert experience and will find you the best lines of the day from this 18,000-acre powder paradise.
- Guided Snowmobile Trips
Guided Snowmobile Trips – NEW
If you’ve always wanted to try snowmobiling but were leery of the DIY approach, we’ve got fantastic news. Starting December 15, our seasoned guides will lead you and your group on a tour of the pristine backcountry beyond Brundage Mountain.
- Snowshoe Trail & Rentals
Snowshoe Trails & Rentals
Skiing and snowboarding aren’t the only outdoor sports you can enjoy at Brundage Mountain. Take a spin on the base-area snowshoe trail to enjoy fresh air, great mountain views and a surprisingly good workout! Snowshoeing is an easy sport to learn and our on-site rentals and easy-access nature trail make it convenient and fun to start at Brundage Mountain.
- Terrain Parks
Brundage Mountain offers a step-by-step approach to terrain parks. The Easy Street, Bear and Jammer Parks help youngsters and beginners build their basic freestyle skills as they progress from smaller to medium-sized terrain features.