Pomerelle Resort welcomes guests with great snow, affordable rates, smiles and service.

Pomerelle Ski ResortLocated just 25 miles off I-84 (Declo/Albion exit #216) then via Idaho 77, Pomerelle is a relaxed, fun-filled, personalized day resort nestled in the Sawtooth National Forest. With an annual snowfall of 500″, it is usually one of the first Idaho ski resorts to open and you will enjoy virtually no lift lines during the season. Pomerelle offers 24 daily groomed ski runs plus gladed tree skiing and caters to family-oriented ski/boarding enjoyment.

The Ski School specializes in teaching toddlers and family members of all abilities and is a PSIA member school. Kids 6 and under ski free with a paying parent.

Day Lodge offers Cafeteria, Rental Shop for both alpine/snowboard equipment, Accessory Shop and Ski Patrol. Terrain park features and competitive events are scheduled throughout the winter season. USFS cross country non-groomed/non-patrolled trails/loops are located adjacent to the resort; complimentary usage. Check with Resort Office for info.

Trip Itineraries

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