Skiing & Snowboarding

Discover some of the finest powder in the United States. With an annual snowfall of approximately 300 inches, the Valley County is home to some of the finest alpine skiing in the Northwest. Area ski resorts boast a combined 2,600 skiable acres featuring vertical drops ranging from 1,800 to 2,800 feet. Spend a day cat skiing or boarding and you will have access to over 20,000 acres of unbelievable snow.

Tamarack Resort

Located just south of Donnelly, Idaho, Tamarack Resort serves up over 2,800 feet of vertical. Explore the mountain terrain on smooth groomers, deep stashes of powder, and ample tree glades that will leave you wanting more. Lifts turn seven-days-a-week 9am – 4pm.

Brundage Mountain Resort

Located high in the mountains of Central Idaho north of McCall, Brundage Mountain is best known for its powder-packed glades and luxuriously wide groomed runs. Blessed with over 320 base area inches of snowfall annually, Brundage has an undisputed reputation for the Best Snow in Idaho. Lifts turn daily from 9:30am – 4:30pm.

The Little Ski Hill

Built in 1937 as a winter diversion for local forest workers, the Little Ski Hill has served the region’s youth and skiing community for over 75 years. Located two miles north of McCall, Idaho on highway 55, this small but action-packed facility has an alpine hill served by a T-bar providing 405 vertical feet of terrain which is the only lit ski and snowboard hill in the area. Please visit their website for daily hours of operation.

General Information
Valley County Recreation Director
Larry Laxson

Larry Laxson
Parks and Rec Director

Danny Amen
Assistant Parks and Rec Director