The City of Rocks National Reserve, also known as the Silent City of Rocks, is a United States National Reserve and state park lying 2 miles (3.2 km) north of the south central Idaho border with Utah. It is widely known for its excellent rock climbing and rock formations.
With hundreds of routes to explore, the challenging landscape of Castle Rocks State Park attracts rock climbers from around the world and provides superb hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding in the midst of a dramatic backdrop that dates back 2.5 million years. Remnants of Native American pictographs, the California National Historic Trail and 20th century ranching are visible in the park today.
If you are looking for “YOUR” private resort, come make some turns at Pomerelle. Nestled in the Sawtooth National Forest, our cozy lodge is located at 8,000 feet elevation and is just a 12 mile drive from the community of Albion, Idaho.
Catering specifically to families enjoying and learning to ski or snowboard, this southern Idaho resort features 24 expertly groomed slopes. There are two terrain parks, and a vertical drop of 1,000 feet, serviced by two triple chairlifts and the 450’ Magic Carpet beginners lift.
With an annual snowfall of 500," Pomerelle is usually one of the first Idaho ski resorts to open. When the snow melts, Pomerelle’s summer operation begins offering chairlift rides, mountain biking, hiking, picnics and horseshoes during special event weekends.
Originally founded in the early 1900s by Henry Miller and Rosa Durfee as a swimming resort, the pool’s 104-degree water offered relief for aching muscles and fun for kids. For about 50 years, the hot springs were a local attraction — but eventually, the resort fell into disrepair.More than 40 years later, descendants of Henry Miller and Rosa Durfee reopened the hot springs. The resort now has three pools — a kiddie pool, a hot tub, and a swimming pool — filled with flowing hot water. When you’re ready to step out of the springs, take advantage of the outdoor shower and guest dressing rooms. The springs also feature a concession stand and a gift shop to help you remember your stay.
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