An affluent resort community in central Idaho, Sun Valley attracts visitors from all over the world with its incredible scenery, skiing mountains, and rugged wilderness. Over 5900 feet above sea level, the alpine landscape with its incredible evergreens is something to behold. An extremely popular ski area, Sun Valley was the first area in the world to have chair lifts. In investigating this wonderful town, you will see that many famous people lived here.
Besides skiing and winter sports, at Bald Mountain or Dollar Mountain, the summer holds thrilling vacation activities for the whole family. Hiking, of course, is a favorite pastime, as well as riding the trails on horseback, playing tennis or enjoying the many festivals and thriving art scene. There is lots to do for everyone.
There are a number of choices of quaint Inns where you can stay in Sun Valley, including many vacation rentals. For camping, there is Sawtooth National Forest and there are also private campgrounds and RV parks close by.
To get to Sun Valley from McCall, Idaho, take ID-55 (or the Payette River Scenic Byway) to I-84 East, take exit 141, follow US-26 to ID-75 right to Sun Valley.