Five rafting trips to take this summer
While there are many raft trip outfitters in the area—too many to fit here—we’ve picked five of our favorites who offer a variety of trips to meet your needs this summer. [...]
Trails, technologies and local shops help grow this snow sport
Fat bikes are much like regular bikes, except their frames are built to hold a bigger tire, making it easier to glide over the snow. Think of it as pulling out your wide powder skis or board to help you float over the snow much more effortlessly. [...]
An homage to Idaho's rich history of homesteading
By Kate Hull
North of Ketchum at the edge of Chocolate Gulch toward the north fork of the Big Wood River, a sweeping [...]
UTVs allow you to boldly go further than ever before
By Hayden Seder
Perhaps you’ve seen them while driving out Trail Creek or passing you by on a backcountry road. Maybe you’ve even [...]
See show-stopping fall foliage and wildlife in the Swan Valley
By Leland Howard
What does Idaho offer for an autumn color tour? Idaho is my home state, and I’ve been capturing the autumn [...]
12 places to beat the summer heat
By Laurie Sammis
Reservoirs have been an essential part of human existence for thousands of years, with the oldest known dam—the Jawa Dam [...]
A guide to fly fishing in the Valley
By Kira Tenney
The Zen of the river is multi-dimensional. An entire world lives under unturned rocks, an interconnected system connects remote headwaters [...]
Three excellent trail running adventures
By Sophie O'Donnell
There’s a reason it’s called “runner’s high.” That feeling of euphoria you get after a long run is the real [...]
Fueling your body for optimum performance
By Lori Currie
The heady days of summer in Sun Valley can beguile us with ample Aspen-filled hikes to crispy cool summits and [...]
An iconic Idaho prairie offers beauty, wildlife and history
By Leland Howard
“Well, that should make for some good photographs.” I smiled and heartily agreed with another visitor as we gazed on [...]