MCCALL, Idaho – Brundage Mountain officially announced a season extension headed into the spring, with the Idaho ski area adding an additional two days the weekend after it’s original closing date. While operations will only continue seven days a week until April 14, the resort intends to reopen on April 20 and 21 if conditions permit.

March brought us an impressive 71 inches of fresh snow. That’s the second snowiest March we’ve seen in more than a decade, and that bounty of late-season snowfall is something we’re excited to share with our passholders and other guests.” – Resort spokesperson April Whitney

Brundage currently has a base snow depth of 55 inches and a summit depth of 96″. So far this season the base has received 228 inches of total snowfall, getting an entire foot in the last week alone.

Bonus Weekends are always something we aspire to offer for the benefit of our most passionate snow riders. This year, all the pieces came together with a healthy snowpack, a good forecast, and enough room in our construction schedule to add an extra weekend.” – Brundage Mountain General Manager Ken Rider

This week, spring day tickets can be purchased for just $30 at the window or for $20 online. Brundage Mountain season passes are on sale now, starting at $699 for a full adult pass, and any 2024/25 passes purchased before closing day can be used this spring. Prices are set to go up on April 14.

Related: New Hampshire Ski Resort Announces $4.8 Million In Improvements

Image Credit: Brundage Mountain Resort via Facebook

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