Wyndham Vacation Rentals Sun Valley
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... this was going to be a long morning. As it progressed it got bumpier and bumpier. Twice I got into terrible sinking air and had to add full power to stop the descent after losing 1000 feet of altitude. Arriving at Hailey the winds were 60 to 90 degrees across he runway at 12 gusting to 20 knots. Ok, I'd try a landing but was ready to turn back to Carey, an airport in the flat lands south of the valley. ...
... and turns were enjoyable all afternoon especially as the temperature had begun to rise into the 80's.
As we began to close in on Ketchum/Sun Valley and get closer to the hotel, the mountains on both sides began to converge, and it became apparent that we would need to cross over the mountains to get to Ketchum/Sun Valley. Sure enough, the road began to move away from the creek, and began to rise. After a ...
... We stayed in a nice little RV Park called The Meadows. After getting some groceries and having some lunch we decided to go for a ride on the bikes since Woods Bike Trail is right next to the park. We road all the way up to Elk Horn Ski Resort. Really nice trail... we climbed up about 660 feet in elevations. Had a nice coast down next to a little creek. The Sun River area is beautiful. Looking forward to doing another ride ...
... was about 10 minutes of winding, curving uphill (with barriers) and 10 more of the same going down. The engine was 'cool' with it, as it should be, but I'm sure my BP spiked considerably.
Next stop was Ketchum which serves Sun Valley. Some very expensive homes ...
... ski gondala station, which signalled the end of the hike up the hill, was the most enjoyed vista of the day.
The fact we saved $40 by walking up the trail ($20 per person uphill, downhill free), was surprisingly little comfort in mitigating our mood....too soon.
After the 3 hour hike we bounced back to the car and went to find some Hemingway moments. The monument just outside of town was quaint, his crave site was alive. It was covered in full bottles ...