Tamarack’s Sunset Concert Series is back for its 4th year! The series is bigger than ever with a total of 10 consecutive shows. This free concert series happens every Saturday from June 29 to August 31 from 6:30 to 8:30pm on the Tamarack Amphitheater. 

Guests are welcome to bring blankets and chairs and to enjoy the complimentary tunes at our grassy venue. Many guests make a night out of the event and plan dinner at Seven Devils Restaurant before or after the show.

As always, picnics are welcome, but outside alcohol is not allowed. Don’t worry, we’ll have beverages available for sale!

2019 Lineup:

June 29th – Bill Coffey & The Cash Money Cousins
July 6th – New Transit
July 13th – Tylor & The Train Robbers
July 20th – Emily Tipton Band
July 27th – Shon Sanders Band
August 3rd – Emily Stanton Band
August 10th – Steve Fulton Music
August 17th – Audio Moonshine
August 24th – Voice of Reason
August 31st – Pilot Error

Phone | 208-325-1030

Spa direct line 208-325-1570 or
Cell at 208-630-3764
Email – alpinemassagemccall@gmail.com


Alpenglow Massage – 60 min $125/ 90 min $155

The Alpenglow Massage is the ultimate relaxation massage. It combines Warm Basalt Stones, essential oils and ends with a restorative foot massage.

Mindful Massage – 60 min $120/ 90 min $150

This massage is the integration of massage techniques and healing Reiki Energy. Together this will work on the physical and emotional body creating a balanced state of mind and total relaxation in the body.

Mountain Massage – 60 min $115/ 90 min $145

This Massage is your classic Swedish or Deep Tissue Massage, you and your therapist can choose what’s best for you!

Warm Basalt Stone Massage – 60 min $125/ 90 min $155

A traditional, therapeutic stone massage used to melt away stress and tension using the heat from warm basalt stones to gently penetrate deep into the muscle while inducing a sense of calm and relaxation.

Raindrop Massage – 60 min $125/ 90 min $155

A Combination of essential oils are applied to the neck, back, spine and feet. Then warm compresses are applied to the back to allow the oils to deeply penetrate into muscles. This brings electrical alignment which helps to relieve a variety of discomforts caused by imbalances in the body, especially those found in the spine. This energizing technique balances and rejuvenates the mind, body and spirit.

Massage Enhancers

Back Scrub – $25

This treatment is like a facial for your back! Himalayan Salt will detoxify the skin, and sluff off any dead skin cells. Warm towels infused with our Alpenglow signature Essential Oil blend are used to remove excess salt.

Essential Oils – $15

Your therapist and you will decide what essential oils to choose for your massage.

Warm Infused Towels – $15

Warm towels are infused with essential oil blend then applied to back, feet, and face. Just a little extra relaxation can go a long way!

Body Experiences

Basalt Stone Massage & Scrub – 75 mins $155

A lavish body experience that is like no other, it will leave you feeling refreshed and invigorated from head to toe. First your therapist will start off with a warm Basalt Stone Massage to open up the pores and allow our Himalayan Salt Scrub to cleanse with a deep exfoliation of the skin. Once fully awakened a creamy lotion infused with Essential oils is applied for ultra-hydration.

Healing Sinus Relief  – 30 mins $85

The best treatment for your sinus issues. Warm eucalyptus infused towels will be applied to the face, followed by a massage of the neck, shoulders, décolleté, face and scalp. During this treatment a cold compress will be applied to the face to reduce inflammation and flush out toxins. We will use essential oils that are specific to sinus clearing. Ending with warm eucalyptus infused towels on the face.

Mountain Glow – 75 min $145

A cleansing full body exfoliation followed by a massage that ends with a eucalyptus face and scalp pressure point massage.

The Spa at Tamarack is operated by Alpenglow Salt Spa located in McCall, Idaho.

May to September Hours:
Thursday – Saturday – 10am to 5pm
Sunday – 9am to 12pm

*We are more than willing to accommodate other days and hours… just give us a call.  

Spa direct line 208-325-1570 or
Cell at 208-630-3764
Email – alpinemassagemccall@gmail.com


Spectators are invited to experience the race up close and personal for free!

DONNELLY, Idaho (June 13, 2019) – Starting on June 14 through June 16, the NW Cup and the Pro Mountain Bike Gravity Tour (Pro GRT) will be taking place at Tamarack Bike Park at the Tamarack Resort. The NW Cup is known as the largest downhill mountain bike series in the nation and guaranteed to be a thrill for racers and spectators alike.

“In the last two years Tamarack Bike Park has quickly become one of the favorites amongst the NW Cup community, not only for the fun and challenging race tracks the mountain provides, but also the broad scope of activities the Resort and this beautiful part of Idaho has to offer,” says Casey Northern, NW Cup Series event director. “Tamarack Bike Park is one of newest additions to the NW Cup Series, and in that short time it has been very exciting to see the re-birth of the Resort. The potential of the Bike Park and the Resort has the future looking very bright!”

Though the bike park will be open to the public on Friday and Saturday, it will be closed exclusively for racers on Sunday, June 16 and open for spectating only. The best downhill racers will compete for the title on some of Tamarack’s intense trails. 

Spectators will have front row access to all stages of the race. While its free to attend the event, there is an option to either walk up the mountain to the start of the race or purchase a $15 lift pass and ride the lift to the start. Racing fans can also walk about 400 vertical feet up the mountain to see a line of jumps where racers will really fly.

For video of last year’s NW Cup, view it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=68JddsK_Vkk&t=31s

Camping is available for visitors on Lake Cascade with more than 400 campsites to choose from. They tend to fill up quickly, so go toreserveamerica.com to secure a spot. 

For more information on the race, visit NWcup.com or USAcycling.org or call Tamarack Resort at 208.325.1000.

Next week, many of Tamarack’s operations reopen for the summer season. Here’s an overview of scheduled operations for the summer.Seven Devils – Our flagship restaurant opens with both outdoor and indoor dining on Thursday, May 23. The outlet is open Monday-Friday from 4pm to close and Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to close.  Fern & Feather – Our newest restaurant will be open for breakfast from 9am to 11am on Saturdays and Sundays beginning on May 25. Hot Shots / Sports Dome – Hot Shots Café and all of our retail and ticketing operations in the Sports Dome will be open daily from  9am to 5pm.Outdoor Pool  – The outdoor pool at the Lodge at Osprey Meadows will reopen for daily operations beginning Saturday,  May 25. Waterfront Cabana – The Waterfront Cabana on Lake Cascade will open for Saturday and Sunday operations beginning May 25. Seven-day-a-week operations will  begin at the Cabana on Saturday, June 15. Reserve your boats online today.Hiking and XC Bike Trails – The meadows trails are now open with more trails becoming accessible as the snow melts.Rafting – The North Fork of the Payette River is raging! Rafting kicked off earlier this week with our Fill-A-Boat Special (more below) and we are taking reservations now.Ziplines – We plan to begin operations of our zipline course on Saturday, June 8. Reservations are now open.Bike Park – The bike park will open on Friday, June 14 and continue to operate on Saturdays and Sunday through September 15. The bike park will be closed for special events on June 16, 22 and 23.Questions?  We’ve got answers! 
Email | 208-325-1030
The spring is the best time for the finest whitewater and our best deal for excursions on the North Fork of the Payette River. From May 13 to June 8, 2019 you can reserve a boat and guide for just $349*. Fill your boat with up to 7 people or take a trip with just a few friends. It’s your choice, it’s your boat and it’s just $349 for up to 7 guests per vessel.

Fill-A-Boat reservations must be made via phone at 208-325-1030. Book your trip today.

Video Highlights | Trip Details | Email | 208-325-1030

* Fill-A-Boat special good on new reservations from May 13 to June 8, 2019. Cost per vessel is $349 plus
tax for groups from 1 to 7 people. Offer cannot be combined with other discounts, promotions or group
rates. Offer based on availability.
Bike Park Opening Day
NW Cup
6/14 – 6/16/19
NW Challenge
6/21 – 6/23/19

*Article posted on www.mtbparks.com. The results were released October 2018.   Stay tuned for the 2019 opening date and events.

Tamarack Resort’s Bike Park Ranked #3 in the PNW!

Tamarack Resort’s Bike Park Ranked #3 in the PNW!
Tamarack Bike Park
311 Village Drive
Donnelly ID


2017 Best Bike Parks Riders Choice Awards Third Place - Tamarack Bike ParkTamarack Bike Park is a two-time MTBparks Riders’ Choice Awards Best Bike Park Top 5 Winner for the Northwest Region.

Tamarack Bike Park recently reopened after a nine-year hiatus, returning lift-accessed mountain biking to the area. It was once regarded as one of the best bike parks in the country, with more than $2 million invested to create a best-in-class trail system. The resort is committed to making downhill mountain biking a priority at Tamarack and ensuring there’s something for everyone.


Tamarack Bike Park | MTBparks.com


Tamarack Bike Park | MTBparks.com

The terrain is unique at Tamarack with multiple rock slabs and natural drops, giving riders something they don’t often experience in the Intermountain West. For beginners looking for a long gentle descent back to the base, the Pura Vida trail provides smooth, rolling terrain and entry-level features, as well as some stunning views of Lake Cascade.

For those looking for a more challenging run, the Rock Star trail throws some steep and rocky chutes at riders, with a couple of natural rock doubles and smooth rock rolls. This trail merges at the midpoint of the mountain with three options, Stage Fright, Exit Stage Right, and Super G. Stage Fright consists of an extremely steep run into a large natural rock drop, directly beneath the lift, hence the name. Exit Stage Right removes the audience, but is just as technical.

The recent addition of the jump trail Super G offers some man-made perfection to the mostly natural bike park. It provides a top-to-bottom run chock full of table tops and berms for riders to enjoy. More flow and jump trails are in the works as the resort is working to make a number of improvements.

Other favorites in the Tamarack Park include Hibernator—an expert trail with some wooden features and steep rock sections, and Hockey Mom, which is an intermediate trail that is super flowy and fun for a wide range of riders.

The bike park at Tamarack Resort is serviced by the Tamarack Express chairlift, which takes riders from the base area to mid-mountain. From there, riders will have access to more than 20 miles of trail and 1,700 vertical feet of incredible terrain that ranges from beginner to advanced.


This July, Tamarack will be hosting stop #4 of the Pro GRT Tour, which is also NW Cup race. As a result, Tamarack has freshened up all of their rowdiest trails, and even cut in a few new trail connectors.

Les Mer De Fleurs is a new green trail connecting Pura Vida to Super G. This trail winds through the woods and offers a high-speed option for those who want to skip the top turns of Super G.

The most popular trail at Tamarack, Super G, is in the process of a total makeover with rebuilt high and wide berms.


NW CUP/PRO GRT #4 | July 27th -29th
Stop number four on the USA Cycling Pro Gravity Tour comes to Tamarack Resort for the first time. Racers will face a challenging and technical course unique to Central Idaho. The event will be held under the UCI C3 categorization, offering pro racers a chance to pick up valuable UCI points.

Part of the 2018 Knobby Tires Series, this XC race samples many of Tamarack’s best trails. Sponsored by 10 Barrel Brewing.


Tamarack is a quaint resort with fast lifts and beautiful views, but it’s more than just a bike park. In addition to an extensive cross-country trail system, you can also find dining, lodging, zip lines, rafting and waterfront activities nearby. The shores of Lake Cascade border the base of the resort, providing a large array of water sports to riders and guests onsite. Canoe, kayak, and SUP rentals are plentiful for those looking to try out something new and enjoy the water on their expedition.


Lodging options at Tamarack Resort are plentiful, from the Lodge at Osprey Meadows to cottages, chalets, townhomes and estate homes, and all are located on the mountain or in the resort.  Click HERE to start planning your next trip!

For riders who prefer to rough it, there are 400 campsites on Lake Cascade just steps from the resort.


Tamarack Bike Park is just a short, two-hour drive north of Boise, Idaho.


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Dear Tam Fam Community,
Your help is needed.  The proposed Waterways Ordinance 19-05 would be devastating to our four season resort.
The Valley County Board of Commissioners will hold public hearings on the proposed Valley county Waterways Ordinance 19-05 on April 22nd and April 23rd. Both meetings are at 6:00pm.  Details regarding the meetings are provided by clicking the link to Ordinance 19-05 below.  If you are able to make it in person it would be super valuable.
The proposed ordinance has many new rules impacting Lake Cascade.  The highlighted list of proposed rules below will impact the north end of the Lake and change the way many of you enjoy Lake Cascade.
 1)      No wake zone in the Willow Creek Area. It is unlawful for any person to operate a vessel on the Willow Creek area leading into SISCRA off the Boulder Creek Arm in such a manner as to create a wake.
2)      No wake zone in the Boulder Creek Arm: It is unlawful for any person to operate a vessel on the Boulder Creek Arm commencing at the mouth and North in such a manner as to create a wake.
3)      Lake Cascade would be considered “No Wake” during night time hours.
4)      A boat creating a wake larger than 24 inches must be 1,000 feet from the shoreline. This means wake-surfing and wake-boarding would be banned in all areas outside of the highlighted portion on the map below.
I have also linked this Wave Energy Executive Summary from the Water Sports Industry Association summarizing a study done on wake-sport waves and their potential impact on the shorelines. This study indicates the proposed no wake zone 1,000 feet from shoreline (#4 above) is excessive and likely unwarranted.
Your TMA Board encourages you to write to the Commissioners, show up to the public hearings and sign the petition below.
Please send your comments to Gordon L. Cruickshank Chairman of the Valley County Commissioner Board. gcruickshank@co.valley.id.us
Please consider signing this Opposition to Proposed Valley County Waterways Ordinance 19-05


4th Annual State of Idaho Pond Skimming Championship

DONNELLY, Idaho (March 26, 2019) — After a winter that brought record-breaking snowfall in February, Tamarack Resort is closing out the season this weekend with the State of Idaho Pond Skimming Championship.

One hundred brave skiers and riders will get their chance to huck it through frosty waters at the third annual pond skimming competition on Saturday, March 30. Competitors will be judged on four criteria:

Style: How steezy, easy, or tricky you make it look

  1. Outfit: The retro-est onesies, tutus, superhero outfits, wetsuits, prom dresses, etc.
  2. Cross: If you cross the pond the first time, you’ve got to go again with less runway.
  3. Wipe-out: Biggest splash, hardest hit or largest waves

Prizes will be given out for the gnarliest wipe-out, the best outfit and to the overall winner, who walks away with the coveted, 5-foot-tall trophy.

Registration is open between 9:30 am and 11 am on the Canoe Grill Patio. The competition begins at noon. For more information, visithttps://tamarackidaho.com/event/state-idaho-pond-skimming-championship

Village construction has begun and crews plan to complete the exteriors of three Village buildings and simultaneously finish the first phase of retail, dining and guest service spaces in time for the 2019/2020 winter season.

As soon as the snowpack allows, the resort will also install a high-speed, detachable, quad chairlift to service the Wildwood trails, which haven’t been skiable by lift since 2009.

Summer season activities in the meadow and mountain – hiking, ziplining and mountain biking, to name a few – are anticipated to begin by mid-June, weather-dependent. Lake Cascade recreation is expected to begin at the same time. Guided Tamarack Rafting trips on the Payette River are projected to begin May 23, 2019.

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Tamarack Resort is a four-season resort located in Donnelly, Idaho, 90 miles north of Boise.

Tamarack has Southwest Idaho’s largest snowmaking system, which makes the snow conditions more reliable, even when Mother Nature doesn’t deliver. During the summer, the resort is the home to mountain biking, hiking, rafting and watersports on Lake Cascade. For more information on recreation, lodging and real estate, visit tamarackidaho.com