Day river trips that will float your boat
Kira Tenney
Nothing says summer quite like floating down a river. And there are no shortages of destination day trips around the Wood River Valley. From the Salmon River outside of Stanley, to the Snake River near Hagerman, to the Payette River north of Boise, options are extensive. There is a range from relaxing floats to action-packed whitewater and everything in between. [...]
Sun Valley Music Festival returns in person
Hayden Seder
After last summer’s hiatus, the Sun Valley Music Festival will return, in person, for its 37th summer season at the Sun Valley Pavilion. The largest admission-free classical music festival in the U.S., the Sun Valley Music Festival features over a dozen concerts as well as outreach and educational events during its summer season, this year taking place from July 26 to August 19. [...]
New development gets the green light
Karen Bossick
The new Warm Springs Ranch project totals 78 acres, 64 of which will remain open space and 14 of which will be developed into 35 single-family homes. [...]
All the dirt on camping in the Wood River Valley
Caroline Albro
From lakeside beaches to uninhabited desert expanses, Idaho has a plethora of camping options. But before pitching your tent, you’re going to need to know the basics of camping in Idaho and how to stay safe while getting the most out of your camping experience. [...]
A history of the simple (and irresistible) sandwich
Ben Bradley
From hoagies and grinders, to po’boys and bánh mis, the word sandwich means something different to everyone. And perhaps it’s the sandwich’s amorphous nature that has led to its ubiquity and universal appeal. [...]
World-class speakers converge for Sun Valley Wellness Festival
Lori Eggers Currie
Wellness, as a lifestyle, has reached new importance due to the challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic this past year. The Sun Valley Wellness Festival & Conference (SVWFC) has been on the forefront of the wellness movement for decades. [...]
New and Hot Topics in Architecture, Building and Designs
New and emerging technologies in architecture and design [...]
A Sun Valley bucket list for kids of all ages
Margot Ramsay
Whether you are a longtime Sun Valley local or a recent transplant aiming to escape the big-city rigors, there are scores of activities within the Wood River Valley for kids and parents alike. [...]
Spreading the Stoke Through Bikepacking
Dick Dorworth
How one man and his bike are impacting the bikepacking world through their altruistic efforts [...]
Family-Grown and Milled Artisanal Flour
Hayden Seder
Family-Grown and Milled Artisanal Flour [...]
Salmon River steelhead, lesser known than salmon, face equally difficult challenges
Brent Lawson
While the plight of wild salmon is often the subject of great debate and policy fights, the challenges Salmon River steelhead face are less well known, though equally formidable. [...]
Sun Valley nuptials and a memorable day of love and family
Kate Hull
Emily and Douglas Manchester said “I do” on a picture-perfect summer day at Trail Creek Cabin, an intimate affair shared with their family and closest friends. [...]