McCALL, Idaho – Those who purchase a 2024/25 season pass to Brundage Mountain will have free access to the Idaho ski resort until the end of the current season, beginning today, March 22.

Pass sales for the McCall mountain began today as well, meaning that from the second the pass is purchased until the end of the season, next year’s pass holders can ski or snowboard for free. The mountain currently has 82″ of snow at the summit and 48″ at the base.

Slope conditions have been spectacular all month. Some sunny spring days have been sprinkled in between abundant powder days and with another cold storm on the way this weekend, we’re expecting stellar conditions for Spring Break and beyond.” – April Whitney, resort spokesperson

Yet another storm is set to hit the mountain over the next week, with up to two feet of cumulative snowfall possible. The resort’s full season pass with no blackout dates (for adults) is $699, but other, cheaper pass options exist. Young adults (aged 18-25) and college students, for example, can get their hands on a full season pass for just $449, and kids aged 6-12 can ski for just $279.

Brundage’s six lifts provide access to 1920 acres of skiing (420 acres of un-patrolled, gate-accessed backcountry), and their guided snowcat skiing expands to 18,000 acres. Their snowfall average sits at 320″ at the base. Brundage’s current projected closing date is April 14.

Related: Idaho Ski Resorts Announce Projected Closing Dates For This Season

Image Credit: Brundage Mountain Resort via Facebook

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