About the Mountain
When Snow Falls, We’re Here
Pomerelle Mountain is an alpine ski area in the western United States, in south central Idaho. It is located below Mount Harrison in the Albion Mountains in the Minidoka Ranger District of the Sawtooth National Forest, and south of Albion in Cassia County, 30 miles
(50 km) northeast of the Utah-Nevada border with Idaho.
Pomerelle's summit elevation is 8,762 feet (2,671 m) above sea level with a vertical drop of 1,002 feet (305 m). There are two chairlifts (both triple) and a magic carpet for the beginners area. The area's average annual snowfall is 500 inches (1,270 cm).
One of the oldest ski areas in the western U.S., Pomerelle began its operations in 1940. During the ski season the area operates daily from 9am - 4pm and Tuesday through Saturday 9am - 9pm.
Pomerelle features a spacious lodge at the bottom of the mountain offering foods and beverages. The Slope Side Grill outside the lodge on the deck offers hamburgers, hot dogs, and cold drinks. The basement offers a full line of accessories and rentals.
FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED
The Mountain has been family owned since 1972.
Pomerelle added night skiing in 1976.
Over 500" of annual snowfall.
One of the earliest ski resorts to open for the season.