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Uncategorized Piedaho Booms with Artful Pies When people think of art not many think of pies, but one local Sun Valley woman is changing that with Piedaho, a family-owned bakery. Rebecca Bloom created Piedaho to offer Idahoans and people nationwide a way to order handmade artisanal pies. When she first launched Piedaho, Bloom was selling pies to friends and friends of […]
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Uncategorized The Oldest Resort In America Is Right Here In Idaho And It’s Amazing! There are a lot of fantastic resorts scattered across the country, each with their own beautiful locations, lavish amenities, and – of course – incredible skiing. But few people know that America’s first ski destination resort is right here in Idaho – and it has quite the history buried beneath its picturesque surface. Fortunately, even […]
Uncategorized Happy New Year From Sun Valley! This New Year’s Eve, enjoy a simple celebration at home. With big parties out of the question (really, please don’t) it’s time to celebrate the end of 2020 the way we’ve marked most major occasions this year: at home. That doesn’t mean you have to pack it in and put yourself to bed before midnight, […]
Uncategorized Sun Valley Resort Preps for Winter Traditional Thanksgiving opening scheduled for 85th season As snow looms in the near-term weather forecast, Sun Valley and other Idaho ski areas are steadily preparing for the 2020-21 winter season. Sun Valley is scheduled to kick off its 85th winter ski and snowboard season on Bald Mountain on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26. Dollar Mountain—the resort’s smaller, sister […]
Uncategorized Big City Exodus: Where Is Everyone Moving To? Back in March, major cities like New York City and San Francisco saw an outflux of residents leaving the pandemic-riddled mega metropolises for more cozy and quiet places offered by smaller cities and the suburbs. Some temporarily moved in with families while others left and claimed they will never turn back. Regardless of where they […]
Uncategorized Rediscovering America: Sun Valley, Idaho As the United States begins to get a handle on the coronavirus pandemic and travel starts to open up in many areas, many people are considering how they can safely take a trip at the end of the summer. Despite international travel restrictions being lifted, Americans are not exactly being welcomed with open arms in a number […]
Uncategorized Valley Real Estate Market Booms in Pandemic Ketchum, Sun Valley skyrocket after slow start to 2020! Home sales are up in the Wood River Valley as city dwellers looking to relocate to a more sparsely populated place flock to the Sun Valley area, local real estate agents say. The number of home sales pending in Blaine County in the first three weeks […]
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Uncategorized Bald Mountain Expansion 20/21 Season
Uncategorized Sun Valley, Idaho: The Best Things To Do When You Aren’t Skiing Sun Valley, known for its spectacular ski resorts, has so much more to offer than downhill. If your ambition is to be one with nature and experience the active Wild West backcountry life, then a visit to Sun Valley needs to be on your travel agenda. In addition to skiing, backcountry fun is what put […]
Uncategorized Sun Valley Music Festival Winter Series Thursday, February 27th – Saturday, February 29th  A reimagined classical music experience Experience a transformed performance space in the Argyros, into an intimate setting for classical music complete with: Eclectic musical selections Unconventional seating Unique staging Atmospheric lighting An ever-shifting soundscape Evening-length programming, including: Three acts, each around 30 minutes Two 20-minute intermissions An in-theater […]
Uncategorized Opening Day 2019 / Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Package | November 26 – December 1, 2019 Make Sun Valley a part of your Thanksgiving tradition. Join us for the opening day of the season, then enjoy a spectacular buffet with all of the traditional favorites, along with innovative twists on classic holiday dishes at the Sun Valley Inn. Lodging rates at the […]
Uncategorized 6-year-old boy is the youngest ever to climb all of Idaho’s 12,000-foot peaks Our very own Rachel Wolfe and her boys…6-year-old boy is the youngest ever to climb all of Idaho’s 12,000-foot peaks KETCHUM, Idaho (CBS 2) — Cody Lloyd of Ketchum is just 6 years old. And he’s already setting records in Idaho’s mountains.The 6-year-old, along with his older brother, Thijs, (who’s a whopping 8 years old by […]
Uncategorized Sun Valley Jazz & Music Festival October in Sun Valley, Idaho is many things to many people. We know it’s cooler days and colder nights in anticipation of winter’s first snowfall. We know Idaho’s Aspens are inching their way from a mellow green to a fiery orange and vivid gold. We enjoy a mixture of late season hikes balanced with cords […]
Uncategorized 2019/2020 Winter Flight Schedule
Uncategorized Sun Valley Arts & Crafts Festival FRI, AUG 9TH – MON, AUG 12TH This summer we celebrate the 51st edition of the Sun Valley Arts & Crafts Festival. Join us in beautiful Atkinson Park in downtown Ketchum as we welcome 130 professional artists and craftspeople to the Wood River Valley. This festival is a juried, outdoor, fine arts and crafts show that […]
Uncategorized Sun Valley: A Year-Round Destination Forbes, April 4th, 2018 Sun Valley in Idaho offers just about everything an outdoor enthusiast might dream of doing in one location. Skiers and snowboarders relish its more than 2,000 skiable acres and 40 kilometers of cross-country tracks. But don’t discount its warm-weather outdoor activities, as droves of people come here for hiking, mountain biking, golf, […]
Uncategorized Junior Alpine Championships After all the excitement from Monday’s women’s giant sla-lom finale of the 2018 Toyota U.S. Alpine Championships on Baldy, Sun Valley will make a quick turnaround two days later and stage another major U.S. Ski and Snowboard (USSA) event. Roughly 70-80 men and 50-60 women from across the U.S. are expected for the USSA U.S. […]
Uncategorized Olympic Coach Started Out in Sun Valley U.S. halfpipe skiers take 3 medals at PyeongChang U.S. freeskiing halfpipe coach Ben Verge started skiing at Dollar Mountain as a kid. When he got older, he coached for the Sun Valley Ski Team. This week, his team struck gold at the Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.     “I definitely remember skiing on […]
Uncategorized Skiing legend Warren Miller dies at 93 Titan of ski filmmaking launched career, genre in Sun Valley Warren Anthony Miller, a ski-film pioneer in Sun Valley and lifelong pillar of the genre, died Wednesday at his home on Orcas Island, Wash. He was 93. Born in Hollywood, Calif., in 1924, Miller took to the outdoors—and to photography—at a young age, surfing on […]