The Ketchum/Sun Valley Historical Society, Sun Valley Magazine and Mountain Rides present ‘Sun Valley Story Tour’: a free bus tour highlighting the area’s rich heritage.
Jump on for a one hour guided tour past:
Old Union Pacific Railroad Terminal
Cemetary where Ernest Hemingway is buried
The last place Hemingway dined with his wife
Comstock-Clark Mercantile building
Horace Lewis home and the mining history
Site of the original Sun Valley rodeo
Historic Brass Ranch Barn and the Union Pacific Railroad purchase and more!!
Guided by members of the Historical Society.
Departing every Friday at 3:45pm from the Visitor Center, 491 Sun Valley Road.
16th Annual Trailing of the Sheep Festival
Friday, October 12 – Sunday, October 14
Festival Honors Rich and Colorful History
and Culture of Sheepherding in
Idaho & The West
Unique three-day festival honoring the history, heritage and cultures of sheepherding in Idaho and the west. Includes a full-day Sheep Folklife Fair, a Fiber Festival, dancers, musicians, folk and traditional art, storytelling and culinary events featuring chefs, restaurants and American Lamb. The event also includes workshops on fiber, cooking with lamb, photography, history, culture and a variety of other events. There is a two-day National Qualifying Sheepdog Trial in conjunction with the Festival. There are exhibits, storytelling, hikes and the Big Sheep Parade with 1,500 sheep strutting lively down Main Street, Ketchum, Idaho.
Named one of the top Fall Festivals in the World by MSN Travel. One of the top 100 Festivals in North America by the ABA and recipient of the Governor’s Award on Cultural Tourism.
www.trailingofthesheep.org or call 208-726-0585