“North America's original mountain destination”
We’re not saying Sun Valley has special powers, but a lot of magical things do happen here. The slopes on Bald and Dollar mountains enjoy a nearly lift line–free existence all winter long, not to mention a nearly cloud-free one. Plus there’s a 26,000-square-foot family center with everything from lessons to rentals to lockers. Our restaurants have menus loaded with fresh gourmet options from inexpensive to luxury. In summer you can hike, bike, fly-fish or golf in the morning, bowl a few frames in the afternoon, and still catch the sunset from 8,000 feet at the Roundhouse before catching a jazz show. We don’t like to brag, but we do think there’s something out of the ordinary going on in these hills.
Frenchman’s Bend Hot Springs is about a 30-minute drive from Ketchum/Sun Valley. It’s worth visiting, especially after a day of skiing.
We found the perfect hot spring temperatures as we snuggled into the boulders beside the creek.
Idaho winter activities mecca. It's not easy to get to so if you're headed here you probably know someone that lives nearby (or has gone before). A classic ski town where things are expensive and the mountain is the best thing around. It's more expensive and secluded than most resorts so skiing is certainly less crowded. Had an absolute blast in some of the soft-core bowls.
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Sun Valley Resort
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