Brundage update: Skiing will end April 7

Brundage Mountain Resort now plans to remain open daily through Sunday, April 7. The ski area will celebrate “Customer Appreciation Days” from April 1 through April 7.Consistently warm temperatures prompted the change in plans. The Brundage snow base ranges from 48” to 86” at the official markers, but some sun-exposed areas aren’t quite that deep.

“Our visitors have been enjoying really good spring slope conditions,” said resort spokesperson April Russell. “But we like to see some colder overnight lows in the forecast because the freeze/thaw cycle is what creates that great snow.”

Brundage Mountain will consider adding Bonus Weekends (Saturdays and Sundays) beyond April 7 if weather conditions look promising.

With a closing date of April 7, Brundage will log 115 days of operations this season. That’s 11 more than last year. (Bonus Weekends could add to that total.)

Brundage is moving up its Customer Appreciation Days to fit the revised operating schedule.

2012/13 Brundage Mountain Season Pass Holders are invited to bring a friend for FREE each day from Monday, April 1 through Sunday, April 7. (One friend per pass holder per day).

In addition, Mid-Week Club Card holders are invited to ski for free on April 6 & 7.

Anyone who purchased a 2012/13 Multi-day Select Card will also get a special privilege during the April 1-April 7 period. Normally, Select Cards can be redeemed for just one lift ticket per day. However, Select Card holders can redeem as many of their remaining tickets as they would like any day during Customer Appreciation Days.

Anyone who purchased a 2012/13 Multi-day Select Card will also get a special privilege during the April 1-April 7 period. Normally, Select Cards can be redeemed for just one lift ticket per day. However, Select Card holders can redeem as many of their remaining tickets as they would like any day during Customer Appreciation Days.

“People who purchase season passes, club cards and select cards are showing their loyalty to Brundage Mountain,” said resort spokesperson, April Russell. “This is our way of showing appreciation for that loyalty.”

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