Skiing & Snowboarding

Published online: Jan 22, 2021 Articles, Discover Idaho Falls, Discover Idaho Falls: Parks and Recreation
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Whether you prefer a board or skis, getting out on the slopes during the winter months is an absolute necessity. Start off slow with beginning classes or get an adrenaline rush by joining a club and tackling some of the more challenging slopes together.

Idaho Alpine Club

The Idaho Alpine Club explores the area and maintains trails through a number of activities, including climbing, conservation, cross-country skiing, winter camping and much more. Explore a range of activities with people who share similar interests.

Idaho Falls Ski Club

Want to take advantage of discounted rates with a group of locals passionate about skiing? If so, this is the club for you. The club makes frequent trips to various resorts in the area and offers discounted prices on ski lessons. Ski lessons are available for all ski levels, so if you’re worried about taking the plunge into a new sport you can rest assured that there is a place for you in the club. View their website for information about where you can purchase a membership.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Jackson Hole offers family fun all year round, but winter time is certainly the most wonderful time of the year if you’re interested in skiing or snowboarding. New to the snow? Professional instructors can give you lessons on the sport of your choosing or pointers to improve your time on the mountain. 

1-888-DEEP-SNO //

Kelly Canyon Ski Resort

The closest ski resort to Idaho Falls has a long history of providing fun for our residents. The ski resort was established in 1957 and is well-known for its variety of terrains and night skiing. The family friendly establishment is only a 30-minute

drive away. 

208-523-6251 //

Grand Targhee Ski Resort

Snowshoeing, backcountry snowmobiling, yoga, tubing and skiing are a few of the activities waiting to occupy your time at Grand Targhee Ski Resort. Relax in the comfort of your own private residence at the resort, plan a massage or make it a day trip to ski. The resort annually sees 500” of snowfall and is the only operation in Wyoming to offer Cat Skiing. Experienced skiers will find themselves in the haven they’ve always dreamed of as they drift down the slopes. 

1-800-Targhee //

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