The Ridge at Elkhorn
Travel Blogs from Sun Valley
Walked the adorable tourist town of Ketchum. We want to live here (not really), except it is cold in the winter and the traffic is horrible - cannot imagine what town is like during their peak ski season. Lots of sporting goods, bicycle, hiking, ski, etc. shops. Lots of restaurants and gift shops. One of the best looking Starbucks ever - it's also the town visitor center. When you want to cross the busy ...
Sun Valley is lovely!
An early morning brief bike ride on the path next to our campground. Sun Valley has bike paths everywhere - I have never seen so many people running and biking! Ketchum is a very cute resort town and you can tell it's pricey! We plan to walk the town some time this week. If you are a person ...
An easy day of travel, from Garden City Utah to Ketchum Idaho. We saw lots of farm country and assumed the fields of crops were Idaho potatoes? Happy Hour upon arrival.
The Ketchum area is Idaho's Sun Valley and the Sawtooths. Our campground is not much but okay. Picture is Steve Seitz doing a great job of backing in to his site - pretty close to us.
... the distance. Such a sweet experience!
We completely chilled out at Jane’s the next day and fueled up for an extraordinary hike the following day. Perhaps this was the most multi-layered 8 mile hike I’ve ever been on. We had to leap over Srping swollen creeks (one of which I temporarily surrender a foot to!); passed through eerie graveyards of avalanched aging forests; climbed over recently avalanched pines; tight roped around a ...
... out on the single lane road. We passed flat salt bush plains that stretched as far as you could see with a distant backdrop of high snow peaked mountains. Was pretty spectacular. We stopped off at the 'Craters of the Moon' national monument - driving around the 7 mile circuit to see the lava, craters and volcanic debris and we climbed an entirely black gravel hillside.
- Swimming pool
- Free parking