ROUNDHOUSE RESTAURANT CLOSED BATHROOMS ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC TODAY, SUNDAY JULY 25TH.
Open five days per week, Thursday - Monday.
The Roundhouse Express Gondola hours of operation are 9:00 am to 4:00 pm for foot passengers and bikers.
The Christmas lift hours of operation are 9:00 am to 4:00 pm for foot passengers and 9:00 am to 3:45 pm for bikers.
Lift tickets may be purchased in advance at sunvalley.com/tickets or the River Run ticket window.
The Roundhouse is NOT open today, Sunday July 25th, for lunch.
Open Thursday - Monday from 11:00 – 3:00 and reservations are not necessary. The ONLY way to access the Roundhouse, is to take the Gondola or ride the Christmas chair down from the top. There is no direct hiking access from the River Run base area.
The Healthy Forests Initiative project for the summer is now underway. Due to the magnitude of the operation including heavy equipment, chainsaws, winch cables and falling debris (including tall trees), the following trails are closed effective July 6th -
Mid River Run
Upper and Lower Canyon
Routing of trails around the forestry work is posted. Please only stay on marked trails. Do not endanger others or yourself.
The Mountain Patrol will be monitoring the trails and are available to provide assistance. They can be reached at 208-622-6262.
Pete Lane’s Mountain Sports located in the Brass Ranch at the River Run Plaza is a great place to rent the very best in downhill bikes. Give them a call at 208-622-6127.
Make sure you have the latest information with you at all times - download the Sun Valley app from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store.
|Bald Mountain Stats|
|Base Elevation||5750 ft|
|Peak Elevation||9150 ft|
|Vertical Drop||3400 ft|
|Highest Trail||9137 ft|
|Total Trail Distance||39 mi|
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!