All lifts and most terrain will be open when the McCall resort kicks off full-time operations Friday, according to a news release.
The ski area has had 31 inches of snow in the past week, giving it 38 inches at the base and 42 inches at the summit. More snow is expected starting midweek.
The resort near Donnelly will be open seven days a week starting at 9 a.m. Friday.
Tamarack has gotten more than 2 feet of snow in the past week. The resort has 26 inches of snow at mid-mountain and 42 inches at the summit.
The Waltz and Showtime runs are expected to be groomed from mid-mountain and the Discovery Chair will be open. The entire upper portion of the mountain could be open, according to a release from the resort.
The recreation area 16 miles north of Boise plans to have most of the mountain open Saturday, but is keeping a close eye on the weather, spokeswoman Susan Saad said.
Snow and cooler temperatures are expected starting Thursday. As of Tuesday, Bogus had 22 inches of snow at the base.
The Superior chair (No. 3) won’t be open Saturday and the Showcase chair (No. 4) won’t operate all season because of budget constraints, Saad said.
Dollar Mountain will reopen for the season Dec. 12, according to the resort’s website.
There are six lifts and 39 trails open on Baldy. The resort has 25 inches at the base and 40 inches at the summit.