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bald mountain

Lodging: Sun Valley, Idaho

The lodging is as well-groomed as the slopes at this classic resort.

America’s first destination ski resort (est. 1936) remains one of its finest. But visitors, confronted with its unusual layout, may need guidance finding the perfect place to bed down. Skiers choose from two locales: Sun Valley, a shuttle ride from beginner-friendly Dollar Mountain; the classic resort village experience; and Ketchum, a 19th-century mining town at the foot of Bald Mountain, the main ski area. No ski-in/ski-out lodging, but no worries: Shuttles run between the village, Ketchum and the slopes.

LUXURY: Sun Valley Lodge

Sun Valley Announces More Construction

The iconic, four-season destination that is Sun Valley announced that construction for Bald Mountain's Gondola is underway. Originating at the base of River Run and climbing to the Top Terminal Plaza at the Roundhouse, the gondola project will encompass the two terminals, new restrooms and new access to The Roundhouse Restaurant.

Sun Valley offers Unique Lift Ticket Exchange Program

Sun Valley offers Unique Lift Ticket Exchange Program

Guests who purchase or own 3-day lift tickets will be able to use them for other activities on the hill.

Houston, You Have a Problem


Take a long weekend: Houston, TX, to Telluride, CO.

Houston, You Have a Problem


Long weekend: Houston to Telluride, CO.

Sun Valley's Other Half


Just miles from the hill that made Sun Valley famous, yet far enough for a separate reality, Hailey, Idaho, offers the best of mountain living.

Rookie Racer

Warren Miller

In January 1948, after an unexpected tropical rainstorm followed by a precipitous drop in the temperature, the bottom two-thirds of Sun Valley's Bald Mountain solidified into dark blue ice. So my partner Ward Baker and I spent a lot of our time practicing slalom.

The Lodge

Mountain Life

This enormous timber-frame home, referred to as The Lodge, was made with handpicked stone from Utah's Wasatch Mountains and reclaimed trestle wood from the 1903 Lucian Cutoff Railroad.

In Rushmore's Shadow


While Dances With Wolves drew attention to the beauty of this South Dakota region, it's the down-home feel that keeps people coming back.

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