Embrace winter’s romance with one of our most popular activities: a classic horse-drawn sleigh ride through the snowy hills. Sun Valley offers one hour tours that will pass by memorable spots like the Hemingway Memorial and Trail Creek Cabin. For a longer, more memorable night, take the sleigh ride to Trail Creek Cabin for dinner with the family. Round-trip scenic rides are available Fridays and Saturdays (additional offerings during peak season). Private bookings are also available.
Dinner Sleigh Rides
A sleigh ride to Trail Creek Cabin for dinner has traditionally been one of the most memorable and fun Sun Valley winter experiences for the whole family. The sleigh ride to Trail Creek Cabin for dinner is available Wednesdays through Sundays and nightly during Christmas holiday and President’s Week. Private bookings are also available.
The ride lasts about 1/2 hour. Dress should be warm and blankets are provided. Because of the wild popularity of the sleigh/wagon rides to dinner at Trail Creek Cabin, reservations are required.
Sleigh reservations should be made well in advance to ensure availability. Peak season dates are December 15th–January 1st & February 8th–March 5th. Reservations should be made through the Sun Valley Recreation Center: (208) 622-2135.
Weather permitting, sleighs/wagons will run mid-December through March 26, 2017.
Dinner Sleigh Schedule
Child (12 & under)
Pricing is all inclusive (sleigh/wagon, dinner & tip) No charge for infants under 3 yrs. old.
Scenic Sleigh Rides
Nothing says winter fun quite like a cozy horse-drawn sleigh ride through the snow. Sun Valley offers a one-hour scenic tour of the area. Sleigh rides depart the Sun Valley Nordic Center and take guests through the Trail Creek Golf Course and past such landmarks as the Hemingway Memorial and Trail Creek Cabin, then finishing back at the Sun Valley Nordic Center.
For nearly seven decades now, the ski season officially kicks off whenever the Warren Miller Film Tour comes to town.
Going to see the latest work by the legendary filmmaker always lights the fire of every skier and snowboarder, from Boston to Berkeley, from the White Mountains to the Eastern Sierra, from Killington to Ketchum. And professional skier Collin Collins is no different.
“I grew up starting the season with the newest Warren Miller film,” Collin said this week. “It always got you stoked for winter and fired up to go skiing again.”