Summer service to Sun Valley is in full swing at Horizon Air.
$119 one way between Seattle & Sun Valley
$129 one way between Portland & Sun Valley
$149 one way between Los Angeles & Sun Valley
Seats are limited so book your flights early for the best selection of flights.
Additional restrictions apply. See Alaska Airlines/Horizon Air website for details.
Everyone is invited to Sun Valley Resort’s July 4 fun beginning at 5pm in the Sun Valley Village. The lawns around the Opera House and Duck Pond will be packed with music, a fun zone for games, special appearances by the Rhinestone Roper’s trick horse “Lucky Joe” and the country-western tunes of the band Sound County.
Music starts at 5pm, BBQ at 6pm. The Rhinestone Ropers will perform at 8pm followed by more music.
Free events for everyone in the family will include miniature train rides, roping and rope making, bingo, sack races, face-painting, fly-fishing fun casting and more culminating in an eye-popping fireworks display around 10pm.
For more information call the Sun Valley Recreation Center: (208) 622-2135
Looking for something to do this afternoon? Spend the afternoon with us at the Sun Valley Club! Special Twilight rates every day all summer after 3pm. Play the challenging White Clouds or Trail Creek Course.
9 HOLES ~ $50.00 after 3pm
18 HOLES ~ $100.00 after 3pm
Green Fee includes mandatory golf cart.
The Sun Valley Club Pro-Shop is open daily from 7am-7:30pm.
Call 622-2251 for Tee-Times.
Instead of dinner and a movie, play 9-holes and then have dinner at the Sun Valley Club Restaurant & Bar. Open daily from 11am-7pm. 622-2919
The mountain guys call it the “Flow Zone”, but it could also be described as a cross between a pump park and a cross country bike trail. It lays in the aspen trees just upstream from the bridge at River Run covering about 2 acres of nice shady turf with trails snaking around and through the trees. Look for the two blue Sun Valley Flags on your right just before you go over the bridge, and follow the track there. You’ll find single track and some double track with bumps, banked turns, pump bumps, and three and four-way intersections with triangle berms in the middle. A great place to polish up your turns and bump skills. I rode there for about 30 minutes the other day, and went and soaked my feet in the river right there by the log. Try this spot, you’ll love it, and then coffee at Jessica’s coffee stand on the Plaza, and you’re ready for Baldy… Now there’s some cross country. More on that later. See you