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April High Mountain Happenings

Tamarack Open through Sunday, April 7 with Big Savings on Lift Tickets

Tamarack Resort is in its final week of winter operations, and is offering a free ski day to anyone with a season pass to ANY Idaho resort. Not a season pass holder? No worries, they’ve got late-season discounts available across the board, making it even easier to enjoy the Idaho State Championship Pond Skimming event this Saturday. Learn More

Brundage Mountain Open through Sunday, April 14

Skiers and snowboarders have even more time to enjoy the great late season conditions at Brundage Mountain, which is open through Sunday, April 14. Those who purchase a 2024/25 Season pass now can ski or ride the rest of this season for free.

Brundage hosts its 2nd Annual Cardboard Classic Saturday, April 13. Don’t miss the annual “Last Tracks” toast and fun run to close to season on April 14.

Support Little Ski Hill With a Delicious Dinner Series

The T-Bar may be closed for the season, but the community spirit at Little Ski Hill lives on!

The non-profit community gem is hosting a series of Community Dinners Wednesday Evenings throughout April!

A different local restaurant will be hosting dinner at the Little Ski Hill lodge every week.

6pm – 8pm

Adult Plate $15 | Child Plate $10

Bistro 45 kicks off the series this Wednesday, April 3. Check the LSH Facebook page for news on future dinners.

All proceeds from these dinners go directly to Payette Lakes Ski Club, which is finding creative solutions to make up for $100,000 in lost revenue due to the ski season’s late start.

Can’t make the dinners but still want to help? You can donate directly to the club’s El Nino Recovery Fund.


The McCall Arts & Humanities Council hosts a variety of arts and humanities-based classes all winter long, and there’s no shortage of cool, new experiences to try as winter melts away. April events include everything from homemade pie and fire cider vinegar making, to watercolor, pilates and jazz appreciation sessions. There’s even a floral design class and local history trivia night! (Reservations recommended.)

Cabin Fever supports personal growth, skill-development, community, and a celebration of our shared humanity. (And it takes away any excuses to hole up for the off season! Learn more

BOWLS OF HOPE – April 9 & 10

Join RiseUp2Thrive for its annual soup fundraiser at the Cascade and McCall Community Centers!

Enjoy all you can eat soups, delicious rolls, and yummy desserts from local restaurants and chefs.$15 with the handcrafted ceramic bowl, $10 without bowl, to go orders available.

The Cascade event is Tuesday, April 9, McCall event is Wednesday, April 10. Learn more

A Celebration of Trees

Saturday, April 27

Bring the family to Franz Witte McCall on Saturday, April 27th from Noon-2pm.

This is a rain, snow, or sunshine event consisting of food, fun, and education!

Booth hosts like Payette National Forest, Root’s Preschool, and Idaho Power will have interactive activities and information available.

Live music and free BBQ from Noon – 2pm with the always-exciting appearance of The Lorax around 1pm. Learn more


Celebrate Trails Day is an annual spring celebration of America’s trails. Started by the Rails to Trails Conservancy in 2013, the celebration encourages people across the country to get outside and enjoy the nation’s exceptional trails and trail systems.

This year, the Friends of the Weiser River Trail will again be hosting a 50K run from Council to Midvale, so if you are in the area be sure and cheer on your favorite team! Best places to see the runners are Mesa Siding, Goodrich, Cambridge kiosk, Shoepeg Road and the finish line in Midvale. Learn more

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