Idaho, United States
Kelly Canyon is an alpine ski area in eastern Idaho, in the Targhee National Forest. It is southeast of Rexburg straddling the county line. It is in the southeastern corner of the gerrymandered Jefferson County and also in southern Madison County. The ski area opened in 1957, founded by E. Bud Johnson.
The summit is at 6600 feet (2011 m) above sea level with vertical drop of 1000 feet (305 m), on 640 acres (2.6 km²) of slopes. Lift service includes four double chairlifts and two rope tows on the north-facing slopes. The annual snowfall is 200 inches (508 cm). Kelly Canyon has snowmaking and night skiing.
The terrain is rated at 35% easiest, 45% more difficult, and 20% most difficult.
Kelly Canyon also has nordic skiing and snowshoeing trails. The snowshoe trails are designated with Atlas Snowshoe markers and are well marked for use. The trails begin just beyond the alpine ski lifts. Park in the lower lot, walk up the road and you can cross-country ski or snow shoe in the recreation area.