Trail Maps & Mountain Stats

Trail MAPS

Home of The Best Snow in Idaho™

If you’ve been to Brundage Mountain, you know the reputation as one of the best Idaho ski resorts is deserved—the best snow in Idaho AND an incredible variety of terrain that ensures you can enjoy it. 46 named trails are easy to sample, but it’s the countless glades and snowfields in between the named trails that set Brundage apart. From the far-out corners of Hidden Valley, to the ridiculously wide groomed runs or the close-at-hand convenience of Easy Street learning area, there’s a little something for everyone when it comes to the Best Snow in Idaho.


Total Lift-Accessed Terrain
1920 Acres
Lift-Accessed Backcountry Terrain (unpatrolled, uncontrolled) – 420 acres

Backcountry Terrain
Guided Backcountry (via Snowcat) – 18,000 Acres

Summit Elevation
7,803 feet

Base Elevation
5,882 feet

Vertical drop
1,921 feet

6 (One high-speed quad, four triples, one conveyor lift)

Natural Snowfall
320″ (base area average)

Mid-November through Mid-April

Named Trails
67 — Easiest: 21%, More Difficult: 33%, Most Difficult: 46%

Longest Trail
Temptation – 2+ miles

Popular Scenic Trails
Temptation, Dropline, Kickback

Terrain Parks
2 – Bear Progression Park, Jammer Park

Lift Capacity
Up to 7,900 people per hour