Season Pass FAQ

Season Pass Frequently Asked Questions

I purchased my pass online and got a notification that it would be shipped, but I haven’t received it. Why not?
It’s been our experience that when we ship your pass several months before you are able to use it, you are more likely to misplace it. We will ship your 2014/2015 pass to your mailing address in November 2014 so you don’t have to worry about losing it. Otherwise, you are welcome to pick up your pass in person at the Guest Services office found on the first floor of the lodge at the mountain.

Who Qualifies for a Family Pass?
Family members must be of one household (legally married or single parents and their dependent children) in order to qualify for a family pass. Children included in the family pass must be 17 and under. Brundage Mountain requires positive I.D. of all children and their ages. Depending on the size of your family, you may save money by purchasing individual season passes for each family member, especially during our early season sale. Please make sure you are getting the best deal possible before you purchase, because Brundage Mountain season passes are not refundable. Please call 208-634-4151 ext. 124 to order your Family Pass. Please note: all minors must have a parent or guardian’s signature in order to pick up their season pass.

When is my Season Pass Valid?
Your season pass is valid any time Brundage Mountain is in operation between November and May. Traditionally, Brundage Mountain opens for the winter season as soon as snowfall and conditions permit, and remains open through mid-April. Brundage Mountain management may adjust hours and days of operation at any time based on snow conditions and/or skier visits.

A separate season pass can be purchased for scenic chairlift rides and lift-served mountain biking during the summer months. Lift-served mountain biking is offered Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays from July 4th through Labor Day.

What if I Forget My Season Pass?
Season pass holders are allowed one “replacement” season pass for a fee of $25. If the pass is lost a second time, the pass holder must re-purchase a new pass at the original purchase price.

Can I get a Refund?
Brundage Mountain Season passes are NOT refundable.

Special Warning Regarding Season Pass Fraud

If a season pass is used fraudulently , the pass holder is required to pay the current full day lift ticket price as well as a $50 fine to get their pass back. If they are caught a second time their pass is revoked for the rest of the season and they can replace it by purchasing a new season pass at the current rate. If they purchase during the pass sale they cannot pick the pass up until the next season. Despite this policy, Brundage Mountain reserves the right to prosecute pass fraud (theft of services) to the full extent of the law.