Expanded terrain and top-rated amenities make Sun Valley #1
By Laurie Sammis
Bald Mountain, known affectionately as “Baldy” by Sun Valley locals, which sits as the crown jewel of Sun Valley Resort, [...]
Zac Mayhew has always been hooked on angling
By Mike Mckenna
Most kids who grow up in the middle of the high desert don’t become obsessed with water. But Zac Mayhew [...]
Life Lessons on Skis with Nicky Elsbree and Danielle Carruth
By Caroline Albro
Danielle Carruth and Nicky Elsbree are familiar with the power of skiing. The two friends started DIVAS, an acronym for [...]
Sun Valley's Quintessential Skier: Bobbie Burns
By Dick Dorworth
Bobbie Burns is 84 years old, has made Sun Valley his home for more than 60 years, and is an [...]
The founder of Powder Magazine reflects on media, magic, and adventure
By Dick Dorworth
In 1968, Jake Moe quit his studies at the University of Washington in rainy, overcast Seattle and, with $95 and [...]
The train changed the heartbeat of the Wood River Valley
By Jenny Emery Davidson
Before the train, central Idaho was the terrain of a free-running freestone river; it was where the Shoshone-Bannock tribes came [...]
Soldier Mountain gets its 5th owners in 73 years
By Hayden Seder
In 1947, friends Bob Frostenson and Hurry Durall founded Soldier Mountain Ski Area while visiting Sun Valley to watch the [...]
The Community Library
By Kate Hull
The Sun Valley Community Library was founded on the independent spirit so intrinsic and interwoven into life out West. In [...]
Sun Valley Motors takes the stage as The Argyros Performing Arts Center
By Nicole Potter
The soaring glass, steel and wood face of The Argyros Performing Arts Center, built just two years ago in 2018, [...]
A Primer on Local Life in the Mountains
By Caroline Albro
Greg Randolph knows what it means to be a local. Having grown up in McCall and lived in the Wood [...]