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Boundless possibilities, any time of year.

Tamarack Resort is North America’s newest all-inclusive, all-season resort. Since it first opened in 2004, it’s been a steady build despite a few obstacles along the way. Today, we continue with greater momentum in our mission to develop Tamarack Resort into a destination of choice for Idahoans and visitors from across North America. No matter what time of the year you’re here, you’ll find lots of things to do, ample lodging, dining options and amenities to please everyone.

Pause. Play. Unwind. Fast Forward.

As you drive into the resort, scenic views of the resort mountains and lakes have a way of gently easing you into a different state of mind. It’s a welcoming feeling of Idaho friendly that’s down to earth without sparing any of the creature comforts you’d expect from a resort. You’ll feel like you’re home, no matter how long you stay. On the water, in the mountains, snow or sun, and any time of the year you’ll find boundless possibilities to relax and reconnect with yourself and family and friends. The only limit is your imagination.

Mountain Lifts
Tamarack Express
10am to 4pm

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Summit Elevation 7,700′
Mid-mountain Elevation 6,600′
Base Elevation 4,900′
Vertical Drop 1,700′
Lift Accessible Terrain 1100 Acres

Summer Uphill Policy

  • Uphill travel is not allowed at Tamarack Resort on our lift served trails

Additional Mountain Information

  • Downhill and cross-country mountain biking, scenic chair rides, disc golf and zip-lining
  • Diverse terrain, from mellow to agro, including glades, steeps, cornices, and cruisers
  • 38 lift-serviced and cross-country trails over 27 miles of trails

Biking Responsibility Code

There are elements of risk involved in skiing and snowboarding that common sense and personal awareness can help reduce.

  1. You must remain under control and proceed in such a manner that you can stop and avoid people and objects.
  2. Do not stop where you obstruct a trail or are not visible from above.
  3. As you proceed downhill or overtake another person, you must avoid the people below and besides you.
  4. When entering a trail or starting downhill, you must look uphill and yield to other riders.
  5. All riders must wear helmets.
  6. If you are involved in or witness a collision or accident, you must remain at the scene and identify yourself to the bike patrol.
  7. Keep off all closed trails and closed areas and observe and obey all signs and warnings.
  8. Do not cut switchbacks.
  9. You must not use lifts or terrain if your ability is impaired through the use of drugs or alcohol.
  10. You must have sufficient physical dexterity, ability and knowledge.

For more information of liabilities of bicycles and mountain operators, please review Idaho Statute 6-3301.