After partially opening, Brundage Mountain plans to fully open for season passholders and others beginning this week.
The ski resort in McCall announced Tuesday it will open seven days a week beginning Dec. 2 for season passholders, select 4-pak holders and day ticket guests, as well as Indy Pass holders.
But anyone planning to hit the slopes should plan ahead. Tickets will only be sold online and must be purchased in advance. The resort will only sell a limited quantity of day tickets, according to a news release.
Make sure if you're planning to get a season ticket pass to do so soon — season pass sales will end at midnight on Dec. 2. Mid-Week Club Cards and child season pass will still be available.
"One of Brundage Mountain’s top priorities is to give season passholders unrestricted access to the mountain," the resort said in a statement. "In order to do that safely, Brundage has chosen to cap the total quantity of season passes sold this year. Mid-Week Club Cards will continue to be available, along with the Child season pass for ages 6 and under."
Brundage Mountain’s Guest Services, rental, retail and restrooms will be open in the Main Lodge, along with grab and go food service in the Smoky’s Bar & Grill area. There will be no indoor seating until further notice, according to Brundage Mountain.
Face coverings are still required in all indoor facilities, in lift lines and through the chairlift loading process.