Maps & Stats at Brundage
This Idaho ski resort is a snow lover’s mountain…whether you are an expert or a beginner, you’ll really like making turns here. For experts, there are acres of untracked powder fields and the steeps out in Hidden Valley. Unlike crowded resorts, Brundage’s powder lasts for DAYS. You’ll enjoy skiing or riding runs with nobody on ‘em except your friends.
The new Lakeview Lift has opened up 160 acres of new terrain off the south side of Brundage Mountain. Four new groomed runs appeal to novice and intermediate skiers and riders, with steep pitches and open glades for those who prefer to test their skills off-trail.
Brundage has plenty to please beginners and those who like to ride cordoroy. Take a long cruising run down Temptation and enjoy a 280 view of the valley below, which includes McCall and New Meadows. Drop in to the brand new Lakeview Bowl and plunge toward Payette Lake while your skis plunge into the powder.
The Easy Street Chairlift is a great area for beginners…wide and smooth, but not too steep, and located right next to our Snowsports Center. The new Bear Chair provides easy, convenient access to six additional beginner runs near the base area.
With 46 named runs and countless secret stashes from North to South, you can spend days exploring Brundage Mountain and still not experience it all!
Elevation at top: 7,640 feet
Vertical drop: 1,800 feet
Lift-served Terrain: 1,500 acres
Backcountry SnoCat Terrain: 19,000 acres
Average annual snowfall: 320 inches
Longest run: Temptation (2+ miles)
Lifts are open daily 9:30 am – 4:30 pm
Bluebird High-speed Quad
Centennial Triple Chair
Easy Street Triple Chair
The Bear Chair Triple
The Lakeview Lift Triple
Brundage Mountain winter operations normally run Thanksgiving through mid-April or early May.
Please note: Snow Bikes are not allowed at Brundage Mountain. (Fat Tire bikes are not allowed during Winter operations).