Mountain Living

Western Idaho is known for its mountain ranges, rugged terrain and endless outdoor adventures. It’s no coincidence that Whitetail Club is in the midst of it all.

Mountain Biking

Biking is one of our favorite mountainside pursuits. We have 10 miles of paved bike paths on property as well as nine scenic courses covering dynamic routes designed by Alpine Trails. The trails range in difficulty from mellow to heart-racing and lead members through spectacular scenery.


Whitetail Club is surrounded by miles of groomed hiking trails and the area is packed with passageways for every skill level. We’re close to the Payette National Forest and the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness, the largest wilderness preserve in the lower 48 states.

The Payette National Forest spans more than 2 million acres of Idaho’s most beautiful and diverse backcountry. In just one day, you can hike from hot desert grasslands through cool coniferous forests to snow-capped peaks.


Repeatedly rated among the Best Ski Towns in Idaho, McCall can now say it’s one of the Best Secret Ski Towns in North America, thanks to National Geographic. Whitetail Club’s backyard is truly a snow-lover’s paradise from mid-November through April with up to 300 inches of fresh powder over a pristine base.

At an elevation of 5,000 feet, McCall is a hidden destination for world-class Nordic skiing. Members can trek through the snow-covered terrain to the Whitetail Club Yurt on snowshoes or skis— and with their dog in tow! Our trails are Fido-friendly and surprisingly easy for the whole family to navigate. Catch a ride on a snowmobile or a heated Snowcat to discover McCall’s meandering backcountry with the support of an expert guide.

Here, you’ll find world-class adventures ready for the taking. For more about Whitetail Club, please visit