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‘Coming alive’: Tamarack Resort extends lift operations & adds new activities ahead of summer

Tamarack Resort is “amping up activities” on the mountain this summer.

The Village at Tamarack has a new Adventure Center where guests can stop by for guide services, gear rentals, lessons, and more. The Village also opened a World Axe Throwing League-regulation arena located outdoors with four lanes and two targets. Guests can also enjoy happy hour all week within the resort and free live music every Tuesday night.

Tamaracks Instagram shows that the resort has begun taking down the domes that housed different restaurants while the Village was being constructed. The resort currently taking down the Canoe and Sports dome.

“The Village at Tamarack is truly coming alive this summer as the hub and heart for all activities across the resort,” Tamarack President, Scott Turlington said in a news release. “Every day, our homeowners and guests will find a unique way to experience Tamarack—whether that’s through a curated dining experience, arts and culture event guided adventure, or discovering their new favorite sport.”

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Tamarack also added more rentals including additional mountain bikes, jet skis, and Kona e-bikes.

The resort is also extending lift operations to seven days for hikers and mountain bike riders and installing a new flow trail. Tamarack will also open an 18-hole disk golf course by mid-summer that is lift-serviced, there will also be free summer concerts starting on July 1, and various events like the mid-mountain meteor shower party in August.

And to top it all off, fireworks on the lake are back. Lake Cascade will host free firework shows on May 29 and July 3.

Guests can access the mountain with the Summer Express Cards, the Stay and Play Packages, and the SKY Pass. More information on the various passes is available here.

Tamaracks summer season officially begins on May 28.

Autum Robertson - BoiseDev reporter
Autum Robertson is a BoiseDev reporter focused on Meridian and McCall. Contact her at [email protected].

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