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Trail Conditions Report (Last Updated 11/30/23 12:16PM MST)
Snow Report
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Base (6,050')
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  • 72 Hours: 0"
  • 1 Week: 0"
Lakeview (7,400')
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Snow Depths
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  • Lakeview: 0"
  • Summit: 0"
  • Total Season Snowfall (Base): 12"
  • Total Season Snowfall (Lakeview): 21"
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Lifts Open
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Extended Forecast
  • Overnight: 21°
  • Friday: 24°
  • Friday Night: 24°
  • Saturday: 27°
  • Saturday Night: 27°
  • Sunday: 35°
  • Sunday Night: 32°
RFID Cards

RFID Cards

NEW BRUNDAGE RFID CARD

New for Winter 2023/24 is the Brundage RFID Card, which replaces all physical tickets and passes. The Brundage Card is a reusable and reloadable card that’ll have you spending less time at the ticket window, and more time on the slopes! With the new RFID card, also comes the new Brundage eStore, your one-stop shop for all things Brundage Mountain. Book everything from lift tickets, ski lessons, SnowCat Skiing, and even a snowmobile adventure, in one, easy location! A Brundage RFID Card is a one-time $5 purchase that you’ll be able to use year after year!

Step 1: Create a Brundage Mountain account

Step 2:Purchase Tickets and RFID Card

Step 3: Pick up your Brundage Card (RFID) at the ticket window or Guest Services and save it for your next visit

Step 4:For your next visit, log in to your account and load your Brundage Card (RFID) with any products

Create Account Purchase Tickets Reload Card

 

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Do’s and Don’t

  • Do place your Brundage Card in a secure pant or jacket pocket, away from wallet, phone, or headphones.
  • Do save your card to reload lift tickets for future visits.
  • Don’t place the Brundage Card next to your wallet, phone or other RFID cards.
  • Don’t bend or punch holes in your RFID card.

What is RFID?

  • RFID stands for Radio-Frequency IDentification. A circuit is integrated into your lift ticket or season pass. 

Why is Brundage Mountain using RFID?

  • It saves time, money, and makes accessing the mountain much easier by eliminating the need for waiting in line at a ticket window.

How is the pass scanned?

  • Lift operators will have a scanner, which they will point towards where the RFID card is located on a person. Leave the RFID card safely in you pocket, as your card can be scanned through clothing. 

Where should the pass be located?

  • The RFID card should be placed away from anything that will block it or hide it. Guests should keep it in an easily accessible pocket, without any phone, wallet, or keys near it. 

Can RFID be used to access personal information?

  • No. Each RFID card contains a unique multi-digit code associated with the guest profile. The number on the pass is your account number and a password is needed to access your information.

Are there health and safety concerns associated with using RFID?

  • No. RFID technology does not radiate any radio-frequency, but instead reflects it.

Can the RFID card be replaced?

  • Yes. RFID cards can be replaced for $5. Once replaced, the old card is deactivated automatically and cannot be reused. 

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