Brundage Mountain Resort, ID, is continuing the tradition of offering its season passes at an incredible value, kicking off its 2023/24 Season Pass Sale on Wednesday, March 1, 2023. Brundage Mountain Resort is 2.5 hours from Boise, ID, and has been providing a high-value, family-friendly skiing experience for more than 60 years.
Known for the “Best Snow in Idaho,” Brundage Mountain is blessed with more than 320 inches of base area snow annually, which creates a consistently satisfying mix of bluebird and powder days throughout the winter season.
Skiers and snowboarders can purchase their season pass at the lowest prices of the year during the first three weeks of the sale, from March 1 through March 20, 2023.
- Early purchasers can save up to $440 on an adult pass or up to $500 on a Family Season Pass during the first phase of the sale
- Special pricing is offered for Young Adults (18-25), College Students, Juniors, Seniors, Youth, Children, active and retired military, and those who have purchased a season pass at any other ski resort. New this year: special pricing for Adaptive Skiers and Riders
- 2023/24 Brundage Mountain Season Passes include full summer lift access (Bike haul, Bike Park Access and Scenic Chairlift Rides)
- Brundage Season Passholders qualify for deep discounts on the 2023/24 Indy Pass
All season pass information and pricing for 2023/24 can be found on the Brundage Mountain Resort website.
In addition to 1,920 acres of unbeatable terrain and unlimited access to the ‘Best Snow in Idaho’, 2023/24 Passholders will enjoy the addition of the Centennial Express High-Speed Quad, which will replace the existing Centennial Triple Chair and will cut the ride time on that lift from 16 minutes to just six minutes.
“Having two high-speed quads in the base area will be a game changer,” says Brundage Mountain General Manager, Ken Rider. “Not only will we have more options and redundancy in moving people up the mountain, but the loading experience will be so much smoother – especially for families – which will make some of our best terrain infinitely more accessible.”
The Centennial chairlift upgrade is just one piece of Brundage Mountain’s 10-year improvement plan, which includes $25-$30 million in resort and mountain recreation upgrades. Improvement projects already completed include new employee housing facilities and the construction of a new, state-of-the-art Ski Patrol facility already in use.
Brundage plans to break ground this spring on a 12,000-square-foot Mountain Adventure Center that will provide efficient access to tickets, guest services, reservations, rentals, and the retail shop – all on one level. That facility is expected to be in use for the 2024/25 Winter season.