Smiley Creek Lodge

Address: 16546 Highway 75, Ketchum, Idaho, 83340, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 16546 Highway 75, Ketchum, is near Salmon River and Trail 142.
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      Travel Blogs from Ketchum

      You Have Got to Be Kidding Me!

      A travel blog entry by charlenethomas on Jan 03, 2012

      4 photos

      ... Ridge Day Lodge, a beautiful building with lots of good food and wonderful views then we were back on the slopes. This time we headed over to the Warm Springs area where I skied down the College Run, a slope that was more to my ability level. The wonderful thing about this day was that the temperatures were very moderate, and the sun was indeed shining. It was 40 degrees after lunch. I didn't get cold all day, ...

      In Hemingway's footsteps: Ketchum and Sun Valley

      A travel blog entry by drfumblefinger on Aug 08, 2011

      44 photos

      ... this resort year after year for several decades. While in Sun Valley during his first visit, he worked on and completed For Whom the Bell Tolls. When this book was finished, he hunted in what he called "the loveliest mountains that I know" and fished for trout in iconic Idaho streams and rivers.

      For twenty years Hemingway ...

      Camping the Sawtooth Mountains in Idaho

      A travel blog entry by cotafamily4 on Aug 18, 2009

      17 photos

      ... br>
      Biking the Redfish Lake loop... especially the wicked switch backs that could have turned me into alpine fertilizer...

      Watching Deb and Dana laugh together... it is the moment they almost turn into a strange set of twins... genetics ya know...

      Floating in the Great Salt Lake... after traversing through the billions of sand flies

      The OUTDOORS!!!!!!!!!!

      In closing I would ...

      Redfish Lake State Park

      A travel blog entry by jodieandandy on Aug 29, 2008

      2 comments, 21 photos

      ... walked a couple of miles down the road to a ranger's program around a campfire. Before the program began, we watched ospreys flying away from the river with large fish in their talons. The name Redfish Lake, comes from the landlocked salmon that live there and used to be so abundant that they would turn the lake red when they were spawning. The ranger's program featured a local author who read a short story from his latest ...

      Sawtooth Mountains and Little Redfish Lake

      A travel blog entry by lifeofbrian on Sep 09, 2007

      17 photos

      I just got back from a weekend camping trip to the Sawtooth Mountains, a spectacular mountain range defined by its sharp, tooth-like shape. Zac and I were prepared for 80-degree days and 40-degree nights. On the first night, temps dropped to the low-20s. Brrrrrrr. The uncomfortable nights were well worth the views. We camped at Little Redfish Lake, a smaller, less-traveled area of the Sawtooths. We were spoiled by ...