Visit Sun Valley – A Resort for All Seasons
Activities in Sun Valley
You probably know all about Sun Valley’s popular winter season, but the area is actually a four-season playground and an outdoor-lover’s paradise, where you can enjoy long summer days filled with hiking and biking trails, horseback riding, fly fishing, tennis, golf, whitewater rafting, and canoeing.
Arts & Dining
Not in the mood to climb a mountain or hit a golf ball? Visit one of the valley’s 50 restaurants or dozen art galleries. (There’s a reason Sun Valley was voted one of America’s top small towns for art.) There’s truly something for everyone here.
Weather and Dress
You will be in the West, where living is casual. You’ll also be at 6,000 feet where it can be hot and dry. A cautionary note: drink lots of water.
In the daytime, be comfortable in shorts, jeans, khakis, tennis shoes or sandals. Bring a sweater for the evenings, when the temperature drops and mountain storms occasionally arise.
Ties are rarely seen in Sun Valley.
Assistance & Information
If you need assistance in planning special activities, contact Visit Sun Valley at 800-634-3347 or visit their website at www.visitsunvalley.com.
For information on Sun Valley Resort activities: call 208-622-2135 or visit www.sunvalley.com.
Conference volunteers will also be available to help you plan outdoor activities.