June 9, 2011
Sun Valley oozes history. In 1936, it debuted the world’s first chairlift and became a full-fledged destination resort, drawing visitors like Marilyn Monroe, Ernest Hemingway, and Louis Armstrong. And in 1946, Warren Miller started making ski movies there. Today, Sun Valley’s the home of ski-film stars Zach and Reggie Crist and the premier heli-ski outfitter in Idaho. But the real reason it’s a resort for the ages: Sun Valley’s terrain—ranging from high-speed rippers to wide-open bowls—never gets old.
August 4, 2010
Watching a movie under the stars can be a magical experience—especially if you're surrounded by incredible scenery. We've rounded up four places to catch a flick in the mountains this summer. By Colette Maddock
January 18, 2010
A daunting stretch of whitewater bisects a 3,700-square-mile wilderness of never-before-skied peaks. You’ll need two rafts, five handles of liquor, and a gun for bears. It’s not the Yukon, Siberia, or Tibet. It’s Idaho. And it takes serious planning to pull off. This is what happens when you let a kid with a pet badger handle the details. By Frederick Reimers.
December 31, 1999
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