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Brundage Resort, how is it?

post #1 of 6
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I am a newbie to epicski and am looking for some info on a Idaho ski resort, Brundage. I've heard cool things about the ski town and only a little about skiing there. Our group is looking at getting away one time this winter on a ski vacation any body skied there?

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post #2 of 6

Welcome to EpicSki!  Where do you usually ski?

 

You might find some ideas about Idaho ski areas here:

http://www.epicski.com/products/category/idaho-resorts

post #3 of 6
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Usually the tahoe area. I've looked around at many of the idaho resorts, just trying to get first hand feddback/knowledge of Brundage. Sometimes the wrapping is diffent than whats inside if you know what I mean

post #4 of 6

Completely understand.  That's the advantage of a forum like EpicSki.

 

Take a look again at the Brundage Resort page.  You can use the Tag I added to this thread (look at the right column next to Post #1).  If someone has it listed as their Home Mountain, then you can send a Private Message (PM).  Also look for the list of related threads.  Works much better than trying to use the Search function.

 

Did you find the 2012-13 thread for the Tahoe locals?

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Usually the tahoe area. I've looked around at many of the idaho resorts, just trying to get first hand feddback/knowledge of Brundage. Sometimes the wrapping is diffent than whats inside if you know what I mean

post #5 of 6

Here is a video short of Brundage. Yes, it's marketing packed but pretty accurate.  We didn't have any new snow when this was shot (bad snow year) but I think the place is pretty cool.  It's smaller but typically gets plenty of light, dry powder.  And McCall is a great ski town.

 

Check it out:

 

post #6 of 6
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Wow, looks pretty nice. Looking at the map the town of McCall looks pretty close. Thanks for info

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