We’ll See You Soon
With summers increasingly warm embrace, we are continuing to see progress in suppressing the spread of COVID-19. We are in the final stage of the State of Idaho's phases of openings. Visitors have been allowed to enter the state and we're inviting you back whenever you feel comfortable to embrace the vast outdoors and to roam free here in Sun Valley.
Our community is committed to incorporating the best health practices and safety measures to ensure your health and security. The majority of our lodging properties and businesses are offering great value for summer bookings with no-risk cancellation policies. We invite you to not only daydream but to explore the great opportunities out here for the summer.
Upon your visit to Sun Valley, we ask that you are mindful of the new way of life as we know it. Bring a mask, practice your air high-fiving and keep smiling. We want to keep the positive trends flowing in the right direction. We've laid out a series of helpful tips and resources to make your trip as easy to navigate as possible. Check out Mindfulness in the Mountains - Sun Valley, Idaho for more information.
We appreciate your patience through all of this. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Sun Valley Summer Travel Resources
Roam Free in Idaho This Summer
Taking the road less traveled is more of an attitude than a place. Sure, you’ll encounter plenty of hidden gems along the way—like a serene hiking trail or a rooftop bar—but you’ll also open up a world of freedom, inspiration and untapped possibilities. Whether you choose to take the unbeaten path or let the path choose you, we’ll be here when you’re ready.
Use this calendar to find out what is happening in and around Sun Valley, Idaho and the entire Wood River Valley, including Ketchum and Hailey, plus...
No matter where you are in Sun Valley, you’re never more than a few minutes from a trailhead. A short hike in any direction and you are sure to find views that will take your breath away.
Summer in Sun Valley means biking. Come check out our trails, including lift access on the back of Bald Mountain for 3,400 vertical feet of gorgeous trails.
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