Pebble Creek Ski Area
The view from the top of Pebble Creek Ski Area
Just south of Pocatello in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest, Pebble Creek Ski Area is an extreme skier's playground. There's also plenty of terrain variety for other skill levels and virtually non-existent lift lines. There is a terrain park with a half-pipe and night skiing happens regularly. The base lodge offers cafeteria-style dining and the rental shop carries high performance shaped skis.
The ski runs are on the northwestern slopes of Mount Bonneville. The summit is at 9,271' in elevation but the ski lift only runs up to 8,560'. Extreme skiers are allowed to climb to the true summit on footand enjoy that added 711 feet of vertical expert-only slope...
To get there: get off Interstate 15 at the Inkom exit and follow Highway 91 south. There'll be signs along the way.
|Quick Facts about Pebble Creek Ski Area
Caribou-Targhee National Forest
Nearest City: Pocatello
GPS Coordinates: 42.833333, -112.166667
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Season: Late November to early April (Weather permitting)
Hours of operation: 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM
* 3 triple chairs
Base Elevation: 6,360 ft
Top Elevation: 8,560 ft
Vertical Rise: 2,260 ft
Skiable Terrain: 1,100 Acres
Average Annual Snowfall: 250 inches
Snowmaking: lower runs only
Night skiing: No
Number of Trails: 54
More Difficult: 35%
Most Difficult: 53%
Longest Run: 1.1 miles
Pebble Creek Ski Area ski trails map
Pebble Creek Ski Area area map
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|Upper photos and Ski Trails Maps courtesy of Pebble Creek Ski Area|
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