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Sun Valley, Idaho

Things To Do In Sun Valley

Sixty-five runs criss-cross 2,054 acres and 3,400 vertical feet of terrain at the edges of the Sawtooth National Forest. For first-timers, Dollar Mountain is a teaching mountain just for beginners. And for "never-evers," the resort offers 14 daytime lodges for perfecting the art of relaxation.

Phone: 800-894-9931

The world famous ski mountain is now open all summer long for hikers and bikers to experience the rugged beauty of the landscape. Nearly 28 miles of trails will challenge even the most experienced mountain biker.

Phone: 208-622-6136

Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. the spectacular 18-Hole Trail Creek Championship Course - a must for the serious golfer, boasting 6,968 yards and breathtaking views all around. This course is the perfect complement to Sun Valley's Nine- Hole White Clouds Course. This alpine links-styled course is 3,600 yards long and provides spectacular 360-degree views of the Wood River Valley. The lofty links overlook the 58,000 sq. ft. Sun Valley Club which is open to the public and includes a restaurant, bar, wrap-around terraces for deck side dining and cocktails, a pro shop, locker rooms, club storage and club rental. The Sun Valley Club overlooks a new 25-acre practice facility and the very popular 18-hole Sawtooth Putting Course.

Phone: 208-622-2251

Sun Valley offers a variety of shopping and dining options from ski gear to sundries and from casual dining to elegant meals. Local food and wine festivals take place throughout the year, and the shops of Ketchum and Sun Valley offer a unique assortment of art, clothing, books, souvenirs and more year-round.

Phone: 800-322-3432

Food & Drink In Sun Valley

Nestled in the heart of Ketchum/Sun Valley, Riccabona's Restaurant is renowned for its fabulously flavored, Mediterranean-influenced dishes. A historic log cabin was completely remodeled in 2000 into a romantic and comfortable fine dining restaurant. Candlelit interior, fresh flowers, leather chairs and a melodious ebony black baby grand piano combine to create a truly memorable dining experience.

380 First Avenue N
Ketchum, ID 83340
Phone: 208-726-1166

Voted "best lunch, breakfast, & sandwich" by locals numerous times, Perry's Restaurant has been a Ketchum fixture for over 25 years. In the summer of 2010, Perry's introduced their own local take on casual dinners, serving appetizers, premium beer & wines, and half a dozen eclectic specials. A favorite is our wild Alaskan salmon served en papillote with fresh dill and thyme, brushed with a tequila butter reduction, accompanied by garden fresh veggies and coconut saffron rice. Grill menu, fresh made salads, and sandwiches are available until closing nightly, providing hundreds of items to choose from. Keith and Paula Perry summarize their commitment to the community: "Our mission is to provide a quality atmosphere and product. We strive to treat our customers as extended family, providing a comfortable, relaxed environment, with wholesome fresh food at an excellent price." We feature local products, scratch-made baked goods, and unique recipes for a memorable dining experience.

131 West 4th Street
Ketchum, ID 83340
Phone: 208-726-7703

Apple's Bar and Grill has been serving great food and cold beverages at the base of Warm Springs for over 25 years. Come enjoy a frosty pint and a great burger after a day of ripping turns on Bald Mountain.

205 Picabo Street
Ketchum, ID 83340
Phone: 208-726-7067

Housed in Ketchum's oldest remaining home, the Ketchum Grill has been serving up fresh and sustainable cuisine for over 16 years. Let Chef/owners Scott and Anne Mason be your guides for dinner in the mountains of Central Idaho. All meals are made fresh to order and their home-baked breads and desserts are the stuff of legends.

520 East Avenue
Ketchum, ID 83340
Phone: 208-726-4660