Top Bird Cam
This view is from the top of the Blue Bird Quad, elevation 7640′. View rotates automatically. Click image for larger view.
Brundage Mountain is committed to your safety. Our ski patrol members are trained to national standards and ski and patrol the trails and terrain at Brundage every day of the week.
In addition, our ski patrol enforces the Code of Responsibility, which is posted below as well as on the mountain. Powder skiers and Terrain Park users should also check the links at the bottom of this page for additional safety information.
Please note: Transporting a child in a backpack, front pack or car seat on any chair lift at Brundage Mountain Resort is prohibited. Any child or person riding a chair lift at Brundage Mountain Resort must have sufficient ability to ride the lift, and be familiar with proper loading, riding and unloading practices and behavior.
Ski Bikes, Snow Bikes, and Sno-Go Bikes are not allowed at Brundage Mountain. Sledding is prohibited at Brundage Mountain, including areas around the parking lots and pet area.
Drones or model aircraft use by guests, commercial operators, or the media is prohibited at Brundage Mountain Resort. You can view our full drone policy here.
Skiing and snowboarding at Brundage Mountain can be enjoyed in many ways. You may see people using alpine skis, snowboards, telemark skis, and other specialized equipment, such as that used by the disabled. Regardless of how you decide to enjoy the slopes, always show courtesy to others and be aware that there are elements of risk in skiing that common sense and personal awareness can help reduce. Observe the code listed below and share with other skiers and riders the responsibility for a great skiing experience.
Officially endorsed by: National Ski Areas Association
If you choose to explore all of the glades within the Brundage Mountain boundary, here are some useful tips:
It’s free, and it can help our Ski Patrol locate you if you’re lost or hurt!
This view is from the top of the Bear Chair, elevation 6490’. View rotates automatically. Click image for larger view.
This view is from the top of the Centennial Lift terminal, elevation 7600’. View rotates automatically. Click image for larger view.