Sun Valley offers guests a wide variety of activities which change with the seasons. Visit visitsunvalley.com for the latest happenings in Sun Valley.
With 200 km+/- of networked trails, linking the south valley to the north as well as several spur Nordic track networks, it’s one of the most expansive and convenient trail systems anwhere.
Sun Valley is a Nordic mecca that the US Olympic Committee designated it the country’s first Nordic Olympic Training Site and Paralympic Training Site for the world’s best athletes.
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The Sun Valley area as well as an enormous swath of wide open backcountry. Closest to Sun Valley is the Baker Creek zone, ten miles north of Ketchum, and the Wood River Recreation Area three miles west of Hailey. Off trail riding is available in designated areas. Information for these areas is available here.
Just over the Galena Summit in the Smiley Creek and Stanley area, riders will find 170 miles of groomed trail. Off trail riding is also available as are guided and non-guided trips. Snowmobile rentals and area information are available at Smiley Creek Lodge.
Sun Valley still supports the kind of fishery you might have imagined existed back when Lewis & Clark first made their trip through Idaho. Four extraordinarily diverse waterways sit anywhere from a stones throw to an hour drive away a hold a diverse species of fish.
Long days, sunshine, and warm weather make Sun Valley an ideal golf destination. Nestled in the valley, three public golf courses offer the recreational and serious golfer a chance to tee off in one of the nations finest resort areas.
Known for flowy, buff singletrack complemented with more rowdy, advanced terrain in the sub-alpine and alpine, riders can turn it up for weeks on end without ever repeating the same ride. In a place where every ride takes you somewhere magical, it’s as though you’ve arrived in mountain bike nirvana.