Tamarack Resort has announced upgrades and new passes for the upcoming winter season.
Newly installed RFID-enabled ski check and heated lockers with boot and helmet dryers are accessible from the snow front. Plus, people will now have the option to pay for seasonal access to prime ski-in and ski-out parking via RFID gates that are synced to the Boundless Pass.
On the mountain, the resort has installed six new automated snow guns.
Seven Devils Tap House at The Village will be open. The 5,000-square-foot tap house and restaurant will be able to host over 300 guests with an outdoor patio, a mezzanine, and indoor seating. The restaurant will serve fast-casual eats and offer 40 regional beers, seltzers, and ciders. On weekdays, Seven Devils will be open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and to midnight on weekends.
The Spa at Tamarack in The Lodge at Osprey Meadows has also been revamped. The news release said that the spa “takes inspiration” from the resort’s scenic surroundings.
The resort is offering new pass options, including $55 midweek and $75 weekend individual day passes if purchased 48 hours in advance. Tamarack also has the new SKY Pass which is a free year-round pass for Valley County and New Meadows K-12 students. There is also a Boundless Teacher Pass for Idaho’s K-12 public school teachers for $299.
“From free beginner-lift access and free SKY Passes for local students to a new Boundless Teacher Pass, we’re dedicated to giving back to our community and expanding access to skiing and riding in Idaho’s mountains,” Tamarack VP of Marketing and Operations Wolfe Ashcraft said.