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Travel Blogs from Ketchum
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As it was Karen's birthday we decided to celebrate by doing the Bald Mountain trail, a 5 mile hike, entirely uphill with a peak elevation of 7.5k feet, approximately 2.5k feet higher than the trail head......what could possible go wrong?
Despite being classified in the guide as a moderate level hike (would hate to see an advanced, I would need a jet pack) we found it a little challenging. Certainly the site ...
... up to our expectations. We were headed for the Sawtooth National Recreation Area. In national forests and national recreation areas you are generally allowed to set up camp just about anywhere that you want free of charge. Our first stop was to the Ranger Station to ask for a recommendation. Ranger Rick was a nice slow talking mountain man who went over ALL of our options with very detailed descriptions of the 673 different regions of the park ...
We woke up in a most welcoming place after a good night's sleep. Bennett and Sophie made us coffee in Carol's espresso machine, starting the day off right. Even better, Carol and Sophie made a carrot ginger juice for Amy who was craving good vegetables. The four of us headed into the town of Ketchum, and David and the kids bought a day pass to the Y and played at the pool that had a 130' water slide, a vortex pool, and ...
We woke up in Salt Lake City and found an amazing and overwhelming breakfast at The Pig and the Jelly Jar. Waffles for the kids, pork belly and kale creole benedict for Amy, and chicken and waffles for David. Then there was some hotel swimming, laundry, and much-needed showers. We explored Temple Square a little bit, but didn't need to stay long. Our best find in SLC was RubySnap, a cookie shop with about 15 different kinds of cookies to swoon ...
We woke early and drove the twenty five miles to the Hells Canyon Dam and Visitor Center which was not open. This again was a beautiful drive and the light was stupendous early in the morning. We did have to backtrack to Cambridge and then began our series of scenic highways on our way to Ketchum for the night. We first went north on 95 to 55 to ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking