Summer Trails Report

Summer Trails Report

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River Run, Traverse trail, and Lower Warm Springs trail are open for the season!

Please use caution on the Traverse where snow was freshly removed, and be advised of snow patches on the Warm Springs trail where it crosses ski runs.

The Warm Springs trail remains closed above the Traverse until July 1st for elk calving restrictions.

Bald Mountain trail can be ridden uphill to French Connection or the Traverse trails for a quick, stout climb to loop with River Run or Warm Springs.

Stay tuned for exciting updates about our two new mountain bike trails on Bald Mountain connecting the Roundhouse to River Run.

These new trails will create one of the longest machine-built mountain bike trails in North America descending 3100 feet over 9.5 miles, all serviced by our summer lifts!

Summer season passes are available at the Sun Valley Recreation Office at the resort. 

The team is working dilligently to ensure our new trails are dialed for our June 22nd opening- please stay off of closed trails as we have hand crews and equipment at work.

 

Take a Digital Map In Your Pocket

Download the free Trailforks app to use an interactive digital map of the entire Bald Mountain and White Clouds trail networks. Using GPS, Trailforks allows you to track your location and elevation, submit reports or dangers to our trail crew, and upload photos and video of your experience. To get started, download the Idaho region and get riding!

Download Traiforks app on the App Store Get Trailforks app on Google Play

Ask An Expert

Questions about a hike, ride or trail? Send us an email we'll gladly respond. askanexpert@sunvalley.com


Additional Trail Resources

Trailforks.com

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