Ah, we love this time of year!
Although Mother Nature has blessed us with an early start to the ski season, we could use more SNOW.
Start those Snow Dances and get ready for a Great Year!
Here are opening dates and grooming reports for downhill and Nordic Skiing in the McCall Area:
NORDIC Grooming Report For Bear Basin; Tamarack; North Valley Rail Trail; Ponderosa State Park; Activity Barn; Jug Mountain Ranch:
BRUNDAGE MOUNTAIN RESORT:
Opening Day Announcement! See you on Friday.
Brundage will open the Easy Street chairlift with access to two runs Friday, November 25 through Sunday, November 27. The Easy Street run will be groomed. The Roller Coaster run will be open, along with a small terrain park with the potential for rails, boxes and rollers. The Easy Street Triple chairlift will run from 9 am – 4 pm each day. Early season conditions exist.
The resort will close Monday, November 28 through Thursday December 1, and will reopen Friday, December 2, conditions permitting. The forecast is showing a series of storms headed to the region starting Saturday evening, with increased chances of snow accumulation through next week.
“For now, we have a great beginner experience to offer on Easy Street,” says Brundage Mountain General Manager, Ken Rider. “We will continue to work with what Mother Nature brings us and will open additional terrain as soon as we possibly can.”
Current snow depths across the mountain range from 23 inches at the base to 25 inches on the summit.
Easy Street Lift tickets are $10 for single day visitors. Brundage season passholders can access Easy Street with their current 2022-23 season pass.
The Guest Services office will be open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 8 am to 4:30 pm for those who need to pick up passes. The Fall Line Retail, Rental and Tune shop will be open the same hours and days. The Brundage Snowsports School will be offering lessons all three days. Reservations are required. Food service will be offered each day at the all-ages Smoky’s Bar & Grill from 11 am – close. In preparation for opening all uphill traffic and travel is closed until further notice.
Snowcats and machinery are in operation around the mountain.
We can’t wait to see you on the Best Snow In Idaho!