Summer Trails Report

Summer Trails Report

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Trail Report

Sun Valley will be continuing the Healthy Forest Initiative this fall. Starting on August 20th and finsishing the second week in September. Phase one will be in the Cold Springs area and will close Cold Sping perimeter trail starting on August 20th. Phase two and three will close Roundhouse Connector, Frenchmans Connection, Traverse Trail from River Run to Bald Mountain Trail (BMT) and the BMT from Traverse Trail to where it crosses Squirrel Ski run. A reroute will be implimented for the BMT to allow hiking to the top Christmas lift.

Come on out for a fun-filled biking experience on any one of our trails: River Run Trail, Broadway, Lupine, Saddle Up, Mindbender and Pale Rider!  The Warm Springs Perimeter trail is also open and in great condition!

Please remember River Run Trail is a DOWNHILL BIKING ONLY during lift operations from 9 am - 5 pm.  Outside those hours you are welcome to hike and bike uphill as well as downhill.

A full range of bike services and retals is available at the Pete Lanes at River Run shop.

 

 

 

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

BCRD - Summer Trails

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Life’s a Picnic at the Sun Valley Music Festival


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A Guide to Picinicing at Sun Valley Music Festival  Written By Madeline Garfolo Photos By Cooper Morton
As Fall approaches, we look for ways to squeeze every last drop of summer out of these long languid days of August. The Sun Valley Music Festival, running semi-nightly this month, is the perfect way to make the sun-kissed memories you’ll think back to when wintertime rolls around again. The days may be getting shorter, but it never feels that way atop a blanket on the grass with the sound of strings drifting up toward the mountain peaks, and pink sky going on for miles.