Welcome to Pomerelle
Deepest snow in Idaho
NEWS & EVENTS
WE HAVE UPGRADED TO RFID
COMING TO POMERELLE?
Here is what to do BEFORE you arrive:
EZ as 1 - 2 - 3
Click the image above to create an account.
Purchase your tickets online and save $10! Don't forget to add lessons, rentals, and your Pomerelle Mtn RFID Card.
Head to the ticket office to pick up your Pomerelle Mtn RFID Card
EVERY GUEST HAS TO HAVE AN ACCOUNT
Add family members to your account during the checkout process. When you are assigning guests to their tickets click on create new guest to fill out their info. You can reuse the same parent email and phone number for all children.
BENEFITS OF YOUR NEW CARD
SKIP THE LINE
We want you to make the most of your time here at Pomerelle, and now its never been easier!
Brand New for the 21/22 season we’ve brought the latest in RFID technology onboard to help you streamline your experience at the mountain!
When you activate your New RFID card, you’ll have instant access to reload your pass from any browser or mobile device! Never stand in line again waiting for a sticky wicket.
Reload your Pomerelle Card online and head straight to the lift. Reserve your lessons and rentals ONLINE!
Dropping the kids off for the day but don’t want them to lose your credit card or cash? Preload your RFID card with food vouchers, for them to use. (coming soon)
*Season pass purchase includes an RFID card. All guests must have an RFID card for lift access. It is a ($5) one time purchase unless lost/replaced.
I am biased. Pomerelle is where I discovered the joy of powder, so I am very fond of it. But I don't think I am alone in saying this - Pomerelle is well known for outstanding snow conditions. And nestled among the remote Albion Mountains in southern Idaho, you will have many opportunities to ride fresh powder after a big snowfall. Pomerelle belongs to that special category of ski resorts that stubbornly stays behind the times. There are no flashy condo developments, and no high-speed detachable lifts. The lodge is very basic in both its appearance and services. Personally, I consider these things to be assets. Pomerelle is not a tourist trap. The people who go there want to ski, not go shopping for Gucci handbags and hang out in the heated swimming pool. If you like mom-and-pop ski areas as much as I do, then you will love the laid-back atmosphere at Pomerelle. This is not an especially large area, and the slopes are not especially challenging. Overnight accomodations are few, and a fair drive from the resort itself. The access road is steep and winding, so be very careful after a big dump. If you find yourself a little frazzled from skiing at Idaho's famous Sun Valley and want to get away from the bustle, give Pomerelle a try. You won't be disappointed.