Brundage Mountain changing operations in response to COVID-19

Snowmaking underway at Brundage Mountain
Posted at 12:15 PM, Mar 16, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-16 14:15:14-04

MCCALL, Idaho — Officials from Brundage Mountain resort are making more operational changes in light of the coronavirus situation. The changes are in an effort to keep ski slopes open and some guest operations open while being focused on safety precautions for guests, employees and community.

“Brundage Mountain places a high value on the benefit of being able to provide guests and staff with safe access to outdoor recreation and the opportunity to maintain an active healthy lifestyle in a wonderful mountain environment,” said General Manager, Ken Rider.

As of Monday, there will be no change in normal operating hours for the Brundage Mountain lifts. Effective now, guest services and tickets will be available.

Brundage Mountain lodge facilities will be open for bathroom and locker access only. Smoky's Bar & Grill will operate via a walk-up window. The rental and retail shop will have monitored access to ensure they do not become crowded.

Ski + RIde School will operate by advance reservations only and for private lessons only. Kids Club and Daycare will be closed until further notice. The Activity Barn will operate on its regular schedule.

Any updates on this situation will be posted on the Brundage website.