Idaho

Pebble Creek Ski Area Ski Resort

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Overview

Pebble Creek Ski Area’s slopes sit nestled along the northwestern slopes of Mount Bonneville, the highest mountain of the Portneuf Range in Caribou National Forest. Just outside of Pocatello, Idaho, skiers and riders have access to 1,100 skiable acres with a 2,200 feet lift-serviced vertical. Three triple chairs service 54 named runs, with terrain ratings of 12% beginner, 35% intermediate, and 53% advanced. There is also a 1,098 meters USAA Giant Slalom run and 565 meter USAA Slalom run.

Transportation

Lodging in Lava Hot Springs includes old world hotels as well as inexpensive motels. Major hotels are located in Pocatello and both towns are just 25 minutes from the slopes.

Inside Scoop

Cafeteria-style dining and saloon. PSIA / AASI lessons for those wanting to ski or board along with breakthrough clinics available. Night skiing offered in the beginner area on Friday and Saturday. Rental shop and first aid.

Plan Your Trip

Pebble Creek Ski Area Lodging

Best Time for Snow

Total Snowfall

16"
10"
7"
4"
0"
7"
Jan
6"
Feb
13"
Mar
0"
Apr

Terrain Overview

54
Runs in Total
3.8 mi
Runs in Total
1.3 mi
Longest Run
1100 ac
Skiable Terrain
30 ac
Night Skiing
30 ac
Snow Making

Total Lifts: 3

3
Triple Chairs

Elevation

8560'
Summit
2200'
Vertical Drop
6360'
Base

Important Dates

December 17, 20212021/12/17
Projected Opening
March 28, 20212021/03/28
Projected Closing
91
Projected Days Open
85
Days Open Last Year
72
Years Open
250"
Average Snowfall
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