Tamarack Resort has announced its pass options and changes for the upcoming winter season.
Tamarack has created the Boundless Pass, essentially an all-season pass with benefits like access to kayak rentals and free yoga classes through spring, summer and fall. The Express Card, which gives holders preloaded discounted tickets and the option to pay whenever they go, is now on sale with the Boundless Pass.
The resort is asking guests to purchase tickets early, as single-day lift tickets may have restrictions.
“Tamarack is focused on providing a safe, memorable experience for our guests,” Scott Turlington, the president of Tamarack Resort said. “That’s why we are taking extra precautions, such as offering touchless ticket-and pass-pickup boxes as well as noncontact, pay-as-you-go, direct-lift access.”
Tamarack says if the season is canceled because of government restrictions, Boundless Pass holders will receive rollover credits for next season. The rollover credits would depend on the date of the cancellation.
Guests staying at Tamarack Resort this season are guaranteed lift access.
Starting December 11, Tamarack will open its restaurants.
Tamarack has brought in new dining options for the season. There will be a food hall in the Village. The food hall will house the Alpine Grill, Pizza, Summit Bowls and Tilted Taco.
There will also be a new restaurant outside of the food hall. An upscale Italian restaurant called The Reserve.
“Expanding the breadth of dining options in the Village at Tamarack has been one of our team’s top priorities from day one,” Turlington said. “We are thrilled to offer our guests and homeowners a variety of casual and upscale options meeting any preference or dietary need.”
As previously reported in BoiseDev, Seven Devils Pub and Canoe Grill closed. Tamarack has announced it will repurpose those spaces for rentals and retails. Tamarack believes those spaces will allow for social distancing.
Tamarack’s 2020-21 season will begin on December 11 and conclude April 4, 2021.