– Acknowledgement and Acceptance of Risks and Liability Release –
Warning: Skiing, snowboarding, biking, running and other activities during winter or summer seasons and the use of lifts can be hazardous with many inherent and other risks including INJURY and DEATH. The user of any ticket or pass issued by Pebble Creek Ski Area, LLC assumes all risks of personal injury, death and property damage. In consideration of each and every ride on any lift device, I agree to HOLD HARMLESS, RELEASE, INDEMNIFY and PROMISE NOT TO SUE Pebble Cree Ski Area, LLC (the “Resort”) for claims and liabilities for personal injury, death, or property damage to myself or my minor child resulting in any way from participation in these activities, the use of lifts or other equipment, and the condition of the premises including any and all liability that results from the Resort’s acts of NEGLIGENCE or any other person or cause including costs and attorney’s fees. I agree that any claim that I may bring for myself or others against the Resort shall be submitted to the jurisdiction of the State or Federal Courts of Idaho and none other and shall be governed by the laws of Idaho. I agree that any use of any ticket or pass issued by the Resort for me or my minor child confirms absolutely my agreement to be bound by all of these terms and others posted, whether I obtained the ticket or pass myself, or it was provided to me by someone else.
– LODGE RENTAL FOR PRIVATE EVENTS –
The lodge is available to rent during the summer. Please be respectful and give space to guests who have reserved and purchased the lodge and surrounding area as their personal event venue. Refrain from using the deck, lodge, or nearby areas during those times. Contact 208-775-4452 for details.
– DRONE POLICY –
NO DRONES ALLOWED ON OR AROUND THE PREMISES
– UPHILL TRAFFIC –
NO DOGS ARE ALLOWED ON SKI RUNS AT ANY TIME!
Pebble Creek Mountain Policy (in operating season): Due to the hazards and risks associated with grooming, no uphill hikers will be allowed between 4:00pm and 9:30am on ski trails within the permitted area. On mornings with avalanche control work, Green Canyon will be posted CLOSED at the bottom of the North Lodge Stairs and a large sign will be placed at the entrance of the main parking lot. When hiking uphill, please use extreme caution and always stay to the side of ski runs. Uphill access to the Terrain Park is prohibited at all times.
Due to snowmaking, grooming activities, and associated vehicle traffic typically occurring on the mountain, public risk management issues may at times exist during the pre season period and throughout the ski season. Therefore, to protect the public from potential snowmaking and grooming hazards that may exist from time to time, prior to opening day of the ski season, the ski area is authorized, with Forest Service pre-approval, to post signs at uphill access points on the lower-mountain trail system closing areas involved in snowmaking, grooming and avalanche operations. This may limit access to trails for those on snowshoes or skis during the pre-season for athletic training purposes – outside and during operating hours.
DURING SUMMER OPERATIONS: Uphill Hiking is allowed, but closed periodically during specific summer maintenance projects.
– BACKPACK POLICY –
FOR SAFETY CONCERNS:
NO CHILDREN ARE ALLOWED IN BACK/FRONT PACKS ON LIFTS
PLEASE REMOVE GEAR PACKS BEFORE LOADING AND PLACE ON LAP
– DOG POLICY –
DOGS MUST BE KEPT ON LEASH WITHIN DEVELOPED RECREATION SITES
Title 36, Section 261.16(j) Bringing
in or possessing an animal in a Developed Recreation Site, other
that a seeing eye dog, unless it
is crated, caged, or upon a leash
not longer than six feet…
From the US Forest Service Operating Plan for Pebble Creek Ski Area,
- Dogs and other pets are not allowed to run loose
in the ski area boundaries during winter operations.
- Avalanche dogs are assigned to work on the
mountain and wear a vest.
- Service dogs trained to assist persons with
disabilities are allowed in the base area.
Dogs must be on a leash or harnessed.
- In accordance with Forest Service rules concerning
dogs in developed recreational area, dogs must be on a leash no
longer than 6 feet.
– SAFETY INFO –