Transport To The Sun
1 Sun Valley Road
Sun Valley, Idaho 83353
How to get to and get around Sun Valley
Since 1936, skiers from all over the world have been saying that Sun Valley is definitely worth the trip. The resort is easily accessed from the gateway cities of Boise (ID), Seattle (WA), Los Angeles (CA), and Salt Lake City (UT). These cities are served by most major airlines, and are met by Sun Valley's two connecting carriers, Horizon Air and Skywest Airlines. Horizon Air also flies direct non-stop flights between Sun Valley and Los Angeles, and Seattle. Shuttle and van service is available from Boise, and the Ketchum Area Rapid Transit (KART) system provides free transportation throughout the valley, once you're here.
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Driving to Sun Valley
Driving to Sun Valley Resort offers an enjoyable ride through high desert and picturesque farmland with very little traffic.
From Boise Airport:
Head east on I-84 41 miles to the second exit for Mountain Home. Turn left on Hwy. 20 (a good spot for rest or refreshments). Continue on Hwy. 20 for 84 miles to the Hwy. 75 junction. Turn left on Hwy. 75 and continue for 25 miles to Main Street in Ketchum. Turn right (east) on Sun Valley Road. The Resort is one mile ahead.
Total: 151 miles (2hrs 50mins)
From Boise in inclement weather:
Take I-84 east 87 miles to the Bliss Exit. Take Hwy. 26 toward Gooding and Shoshone, about 27 miles. Turn left on Hwy. 75 at Shoshone. Continue 54 miles to Ketchum. Turn right (east) on Sun Valley Road. The Resort is one mile ahead.
Total: 169 miles (3hrs 10mins)
From Twin Falls Airport:
Take Airport Road east. Road turns into Washington, then Shoshone Street. Continue through downtown Twin Falls to the Five-point Intersection. Turn left on Hwy. 93 (Blue Lakes Blvd.).
Continue to the Perrine Bridge which crosses the Snake River Canyon. Continue on Hwy. 93 which will turn into Hwy. 75 at Shoshone. Continue 54 miles to Ketchum. Turn right (east) on Sun Valley Road. The Resort is one mile ahead.
Total: 85 miles (2hrs)