Idaho Ski Resort Locations and Towns
Here are our ski towns including those that only
offer "off slope" lodging.
Sun Valley is a classic ski town offering one of the top ski
resorts in the United States. In addition to great skiing
Bald or Dollar Mountain, the Sun Valley and Ketchum areas
offers superb lodging, dining, and shopping options.
McCall: McCall, long known just for their skiing, has been discovered by
virtually all winter enthusiasts. Activities include
skiing at nearby Brundage Mountain or Tamarack, cross-country
skiing, excellent snowmobiling, lift-served snow tubing and ice
Cascade is known for access to hundreds of miles of
snowmobile terrain. Additionally, Cascade is located about
30 miles from both Brundage and Tamarack Resorts, and often has
lower priced lodging available.
Once a sleeper town on the way to McCall, Donnelly is now
growing thanks to Idaho's newest resort, Tamarack. Lodging
in Donnelly includes ski in and out locations at the resort.
Residents are active people with lots of outdoor recreation
available in the Boise area. For skiers,
Bogus Basin Ski Resort offers
day and night skiing. Perfect for a quick getaway or an extra
day added on to a business trip.
Driggs offers year-round recreation, relaxation and fun. Nearby
Grand Targhee Resort offers phenomenal skiing and
snowboarding, as well as year round recreation on and near the
In the winter months, consider cross country skiing on over 30
km's of groomed and tracked scenic trails. An ever more popular
past time is snowshoeing. There's special trails set aside and
shoes can be rented just for the occasion. Try snowmobiling on
the other side of the mountain on your own or with a guided
A small, rural town with a lot of recreational opportunities to
offer. Albion rests at an elevation of 4,730 feet.
Pomerelle Mountain Resort is just a few short miles away
offering 24 runs and is open for both day and night skiing.
Pomerelle boasts of some of the best snow Idaho has to offer!