All 52 of the trails at Brundage and all six lifts are now open. About half of those trails have been groomed recently.
Expect chilly temperatures and fresh powder if you head to Brundage Mountain. The Mccallarea mountain’s base depth is now at 45 inches. Forecasters were calling for that to grow to at least 50 by Sunday, with temperatures in the mid-20s.
Soldier is closed on New Year’s Day and Jan. 2. Its Thursday through Sunday schedule begins the following day.
All three of Soldier Mountain’s lifts are open, and 30 of its 36 trails are available for skiing. The mountain hasn’t seen any fresh snow this week, but the base depth is 17 inches.
Snow is in the forecast for Sunday. If you head up early next week, expect chilly temperatures in the teens.
SUN VALLEY RESORT
Sun Valley has opened even more trails on Bald Mountain, offering 65 options. With the exception of the Lookout lift, all lifts on Baldy are running. Fifteen trails are available on Dollar Mountain,
where all lifts are operational except for Elkhorn.
You’ll find fresh snow at Sun Valley this weekend, with temperatures between 25 and 30 degrees.
Ring in the new year with the New Year’s Eve Bubbly Bash at River Run Lodge, from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., or bring the kids and head to Sun Valley a bit earlier Monday for family night skiing and fireworks.
Nearly all of Tamarack’s trails are open, and every lift is running.
Tamarack had 2 inches of fresh powder Thursday morning, got 2 more inches Saturday. The forecast called for more snow today.
Tamarack is celebrating the new year with a fireworks show, bonfire and parade Monday.
Nicole Blanchard: 208-377-6410, @Nmblanchard