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Sun Valley Ski Resort

Contact Info
1 Sun Valley Road
P.O. Box 10
Sun Valley, ID 83353

Toll-Free:
800-786-8259
Phone:
208-622-2001
Snow Report:
800-635-4150
Basics
Skiable Acres:
2,054 Acres
Vertical Drop:
3400 feet

Description

Sun Valley Ski Resort offers incredible skiing, beautiful scenery, and a variety of terrain offering something for everyone. Sun Valley will give you an experience you will not soon forget. Ski Bald Mountain which can be accessed at River Run on the south and Warm Springs on the north. Finely appointed day lodges, a total of 14 lifts and 65 varied runs await on either side of the mountain. Bald Mountain's seemingly endless runs stretch 2,054 acres to the edges of the Sawtooth National Forest and slide another 3,400 vertical feet, top to bottom.

The River Run area of Bald Mountain is full of slopes covering all ranges of abilities. The most difficult runs, Olympic and Exhibition, are countered by an easier Olympic Ridge and Olympic Lane. From the top, intermediate skiers can choose Cutoff or Blue Grouse to Mid River Run to get back to the River Run Lift.

The ski and snowboard half-pipe is located on the skier’s left side of Lower Warm Springs, below Race Arena. The u-shaped terrain features are about 400 feet in length, 40 feet wide, with walls about 12 feet high.

Hours + Prices

Hours

Daily: 9am - 4pm
Half Day: 1pm

Season:
November - April

Amenities

Mountain Stats

Mountain
Skiable Acres:
2,054 Acres
Average Snowfall:
220 Inches
Base Elevation:
5750 feet
Vertical Drop:
3400 feet
Lifts and Runs
Number of Lifts:
21 Lifts
Total Runs:
75 Runs

4 Surface Lift, 5 Double Chairs, 5 Triple Chairs, 7 Quad Chairs

Additional Details?
36% Easiest
42% More Difficult
22% Most Difficult

Map + Directions

Basic Directions

From Boise:

Take Interstate 84 south to US Route 20 east to Highway 75 north to Ketchum.

From Utah:

Take Interstate 84 north to Highway 93. Exit on 173 north to Shoshone. Highway 75 north to Ketchum.

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