Welcome to Sun Valley
Who said Mountain Resorts are reserved for winter? Welcome to Sun Valley, where wide-open spaces, hiking and biking trails and expansive rivers rule the land. So come on and visit, the mountains in Sun Valley are calling.
Explore Sun Valley
First Timer's Guide
High above expectations. Far beyond the ordinary.
If this is your first time getting to know Sun Valley, welcome! We have the types of experiences that keep our guests coming back year after year, making not only memories, but traditions that last generations. Check out our many things to do!
From horse back rides to hiking in wide open spaces, we have every outdoor activity for your family to enjoy this summer. Our professional and friendly staff at our Adventure Camp can teach your kids the the beauty and safety in hiking, biking and more. We also have plenty of moments to share together like ice skating, bowling, fishing, golfing or catching a movie together.
Join us in Sun Valley this summer and create family memories.
Figuring out how to get where you're going? Download our helpful maps and guides of the area so you can map your route. To see all maps and guides, check here.
Places to Stay
Stretch out at one of our historic lodges, charming cottages, full-service condos or private townhomes—all within walking distance to Sun Valley adventures and entertainment.
To make your reservation call (800) 786-8259
Offers and Experiences
Get to Know Us
Sun Valley is home to Bald Mountain, numerous hiking trails and a resort village. Upon arrival you can go car-less with free town - and resort-wide buses, all equipped with bike racks.
From our fabled Sun Valley Lodge, Cottages that act like chalets, and a newly renovated Inn, we have lodging options for every budget with easy access to the shopping, restaurants, and everything else Sun Valley has to offer.
Baldy is Getting Bigger!
Sun Valley is thrilled to expand Bald Mountain with 380 skiable acres this upcoming winter. This project started last summer with the additional snowmaking and this summer the bulk of the project will be completed. The best way to enjoy this great expansion this upcoming winter is to purchase a season pass.
From our sweeping 6,968-yard Trail Creek championship course to the alpine links–style nine-hole White Clouds course, our golf offerings will have you reaching for your clubs.
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Where to Eat and Drink
No matter what brings you to the mountains, alpine living works up an appetite. Come explore Sun Valley’s distinctive restaurants for a look at what’s available when you’re hungry.
The Austrian-inspired Konditorei warms you by the fire with fresh-baked pastries, locally roasted, fair trade and organic coffees, and the kind of Old World hot cocoa that’s equal parts steamed milk and melted dark chocolate. And if you’re seeking something beyond continental café fare, Konditorei offers classic dishes to bring you to an alpine state of mind in the chalet-inspired dining room.
Enjoy a wide selection of cocktails and craft beer on tap, as well as a crowd-pleasing menu of classic American favorites—hearty cheeseburgers, chicken wings, pizza and family-style salads. Four big screen televisions and ample seating make it the perfect place for your group to gather on game day.
Sun Valley’s original restaurant, The Ram has been warming and welcoming diners since 1937. This rustic-yet-elegant dinner house has been recently modernized, while still preserving its historic charm
Sun Valley Club
The Sun Valley Club has all the trappings of an exclusive golf club, without any of the barriers: Everyone is welcome at the table. Among the most popular places in Sun Valley to eat, drink and relax, the wraparound terrace offers stunning views of Bald Mountain, Dollar Mountain, and the 18-hole Sawtooth Putting Course.
Located at the Lodge, Gretchen’s restaurant welcomes you with easy access for terrace dining during the summer. Enjoy lunch and full bar service. Sun Valley’s own Gretchen Fraser is the restaurant’s namesake, the first American to win an Alpine Olympic Gold Medal.
Perched atop the Roundhouse Express gondola on Bald Mountain, The Roundhouse has been serving up memorable meals, soul-warming drinks, stunning views, and good cheer since 1939. It will be open this summer with outdoor seating only.