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Sun Valley is a resort city located in central Idaho at an elevation of 5,945 feet, encompassing two alpine ski areas: Bald Mountain and Dollar Mountain. Sun Valley is famous for world-class skiing, hiking, fishing and biking. More than 30 miles of paved, car-free bike paths wind throughout downtown and are accessible to families and bikers of all ages and skill levels.

Bald Mountain offers gondola-accessible singletrack for mountain bikers and hikers alike. Sun Valley Lake provides an escape from the heat and offers paddleboat rentals just a short walk from the famous Sun Valley Lodge. After an exhilarating day on the mountain or a lazy day at the beach, visitors can take in a show at the Sun Valley Pavilion, which hosts concerts throughout the summer. Other activities include horseback riding, fly fishing and golf.

It's A Sun Valley Summer Serenade

Classical music comes to Sun Valley during late July and August with chamber music, symphony, and pops concerts. Full Article

Bigwood Golf Course

(208-726-4024) 115 Thunder Trail Rd., Ketchum, ID. Nine-hole course designed by Robert Muir Graves with water hazards on every hole and lots of elevation changes. There are additional sets of tees for an 18-hole round. Par 72, 6,535 yards.

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Sun Valley Resort Golf Course

(208-622-2251 or 208-622-2248) Sun Valley Road, Sun Valley, ID. Voted #1 course in Idaho by "Golf Digest" magazine reviewers, and one of America's 100 best courses. Redesigned by renowned architect Robert Trent Jones Jr. in 1980, this course is the Valley's signature track. Carts required. Non-Lo...

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  • Brand New: Silver Rapids Water Park

    At Silver Mountain Resort guests can surf the snow then surf some waves all in the same day. With the introduction of Silver Rapids water park, Silver Mountain Resort brings the thrills of surfing, sliding, tubing, and other wet and wild fun to the high country. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Biking Through Sun Valley

    Few mountain towns are as well-situated for either on or off-road cycling as the Sun Valley and Ketchum areas. Families will love the meandering paved asphalt trails that go from the resorts into town, and the 20-mile route along the Big Wood River. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Pick a Stretch of River in Sun Valley

    Not every Sun Valley winter activity requires a lift ticket. Although the area has become synonymous with winter sports activities since the 1930s, Sun Valley boasts nearly one million acres of surrounding wilderness and just about as many summer activities. Fishing here is almost a religion. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Bigwood Golf Course

    (208-726-4024) 115 Thunder Trail Rd., Ketchum, ID. Nine-hole course designed by Robert Muir Graves with water hazards on every hole and lots of elevation changes. There are additional sets of tees for an 18-hole round. Par 72, 6,535 yards. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Sun Valley Resort Golf Course

    (208-622-2251 or 208-622-2248) Sun Valley Road, Sun Valley, ID. Voted #1 course in Idaho by "Golf Digest" magazine reviewers, and one of America's 100 best courses. Redesigned by renowned architect Robert Trent Jones Jr. in 1980, this course is the Valley's signature track. Carts required. Non-Lodge guests must reserve 14 days in advance; 24-hour cancellation policy in effect. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Picnics in Sun Valley: Keep It To Yourself

    Pick up supplies at the Ketchum Farmer's Market, the Konditorei Deli, or the Sun Valley Deli and head for any one of the scenic vantage points along the Big Wood River valley trail. You also can ride the River Run/Lookout Express chairlifts and hike the slopes of Bald Mountain. Just remember to keep your food to yourself and don't feed the animals or birds. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Warm Springs Golf Course

    (208-343-5661) 1801 Warm Springs Rd., Ketchum, ID. A shorter, executive-length, 9-hole course on the Warm Springs side of Bald Mountain. For 18-hole play, there are additional tees. Fairways are narrow and tree-lined, and five of the holes have water, uh, problems. At least there are no sand bunkers. Walkers are welcome. Par 35, 2,604 yards or Par 70, 5,304 yards. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Sun Valley's Mountains Beckon Hikers

    In the Sun Valley area, the Sawtooth National Forest offers over a thousand miles of hiking trails leading to alpine lakes, remote wilderness cirques and peaks, and even high country cabins where you can enjoy a piece of paradise for the night. Full Article

    1st May 2009

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