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Floating through the trees on a powder day with no one else in sight, sliding into the lift line with no wait, and jumping on the chair to do it all again, lap after lap. Is there a better feeling? At Tamarack Resort in Idaho, this could be one of many things you experience during your stay. Become a part of the Tam Fam and feel welcomed like a local.
I have explored many different ski resorts across the US and the world and have always found the smaller, more intimate resorts to be my favorites. They exude an atmosphere of adventure and exploration while always making you feel welcome. Everything moves at a slower pace, and you can truly enjoy your day on the snow.
Imagine waking up on Saturday morning, rolling up to a ski resort with the usual expectations of extensive crowds and long lift lines, only to find that neither of those situations seems to be present. You may be thinking to yourself, “how is that possible”? When you know where to go, you can find resorts with a small-town feel but with excellent terrain and amenities.
Tamarack Resort is one of those mountains, with modern village amenities and great terrain. With seven lifts and 1,100 acres of skiable terrain, you can explore the whole mountain and avoid the crowds. You may end up arcing turns on an empty slope or skiing run after run of bottomless pow!
As an independent resort, Tamarack has more freedom to make changes and updates when needed and therefore has been able to modernize its village and surrounding amenities. A few of these upgrades for the 2021/22 season include enhanced snowmaking, new snow groomers, more accessible access to chairlifts, parking upgrades, and new village shops.
In Tamarack’s Village, you’ll find newly constructed lodging with stunning mountain views, as well as a new ski and ride school, dining options, a coffee shop and market, and several shopping options. Many recently built homes and cottages are also available to rent, which would be the perfect option for a family or friend vacation.
On top of these additions, Tamarack is working on new marina facilities on Lake Cascade with the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation. The resort also plans to restore and reopen its 18-hole championship golf course Osprey Meadows in 2023.
“Over the past three years, we have invested more than $40 million into the resort through the development of The Village, additional lifts, technology, and in-person experiences.”
– Scott Turlington, Tamarack Resort President
Tamarack Resort in Idaho takes pride in providing the best possible experience and services for their guests, which has been demonstrated through their extensive developments and renovations. The modern amenities, locals, and tourists being welcomed with open arms, 300″ of average annual snowfall, and incredible terrain makes Tamarack an ideal vacation destination. What are you waiting for?