From the top of Pebble Creek's Skyline Chair it is possible to access
the vast, challenging backcountry of the Caribou-Targhee National Forest. Should
you choose to venture beyond the patrolled ski area boundary, be prepared
to be responsible for yourself. Be aware of changing conditions, hazards
and the potential of avalanche. A
MAP showing the boundaries is available. Please note that the
Ski Area Boundary
and the U.S.F.S. Permitted Area are indicated on the map.
Pebble Creek assumes no responsibility for the safety and welfare
of skiers going beyond the ski area boundary. Areas beyond the boundary
are not patrolled or maintained. Avalanche slopes and other natural hazards
exist. Pebble Creek will assist in rescues within the U.S.F.S. permitted
area only. Rescue in the backcountry, if available, is provided by Bannock
or Caribou County Search and Rescue and is often time-consuming and costly.
Do not travel alone. Carry a shovel, avalanche transmitter and
other emergency gear.