Brundage Mountain Resort, located outside McCall, Idaho, will have a new owner this winter.
Brundage Mountain Holdings, LLC will be taking over ownership duties from longtime owners, the DeBoer Family.
The new company is just recently established and will be led by a familiar face around the ski resort, current Brundage President Bob Looper. The rest of the company is made up of locals who have strong ties to the region and are current passholders at the ski resort.
“Our vision has always been to provide a friendly, family-oriented, affordable skiing experience for everyone, and we know Bob and his team will enhance and keep that vision.”
– Mike DeBoer, Director of Brundage Mountain Resort
The DeBoer family will continue to be involved with the ski resort and retain a position in the new company. The family ownership of the mountain has ranged from partial when the mountain first opened, to full ownership in 2006.
Brundage Mountain Resort first opened in 1961 with a double chairlift, T-bar, and rope tow. Since then, the ski resort has grown to 5 chairlifts, including a high-speed quad. Potential plans for the future include a new chairlift to the north, opening up Sargent Peak to lift-served expert skiing, and a new mountain village at the ski resorts current base.
Ski Resort Profile
- Base Elevation: 5,840 feet
- Summit Elevation: 7,640 feet
- Vertical: 1,800 feet
- Skiable Terrain: 1,500 acres
- Chairlifts: 5
- Runs: 46
- Average Snowfall: 300-350 inches
I’ve only skied in Idaho once, but Brundage looks like a nice off the beaten path mountain to check out. Plus, it’s on the Indy Pass, along with other Idaho ski areas such as Tamarack and Silver Mountain. Looks like a trip to Idaho is in order!
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