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A little about Ketchum-Sun Valley

The Sun Valley/Ketchum area is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts and is also brimming with culture and nightlife. Check out the fly fishing scene, learn about the latest art gallery exhibits, take a pottery class, float down the Salmon River, listen to an outdoor concert, hike in the Sawtooth Mountains, ski fresh Idaho powder, trek to a yurt for an overnight, water ski on an alpine lake, fly off Bald Mountain with a parasail, bike the famous singletrack…the possibilities are almost endless! Once you've spent some time here, it's hard to leave. This lifestyle is addictive. Imagine a place with great shopping, fine dining, and live music events, where nature's stunning playground is right outside the back door. We hope you will keep coming back.

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The history of Ketchum-Sun Valley

Archaeological evidence indicates that as far back as 10,000 years ago, the Wood River Valley was home for Native American people. Not until the 1870s, when gold was discovered in the West, did the European settlers and prospectors begin to populate the valley in search of fortune. By the early 1880s, Ketchum was not only a booming mining town, but it also was famous for its healing hot springs. The Guyer Hot Springs Resort, located on Warm Springs Road, was popular with people from around the country for its mineral waters, croquet, tennis, and fun. By the end of 1884, Ketchum boasted 13 saloons, four restaurants, two hotels, and all types of businesses necessary for a thriving town. With the grand opening of Sun Valley, "America’s First Destination Ski Resort," celebrities flocked to the area to see America’s new grand dame of ski resorts. Ernest Hemingway fell in love with Sun Valley and eventually made it his home; he finished For Whom the Bell Tolls in Suite 206.

Contact Information

Address:
491 Sun Valley Rd
Ketchum-Sun Valley, Idaho
83340

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Businesses in Ketchum-Sun Valley, Idaho

Here is a collection of local Ketchum-Sun Valley, Idaho businesses. Clicking on the thumbnail image, or the blue "View Member" will take you to that businesses page. We've included some jump links so that you can easily navigate to different categories of businesses. Those, can be found directly below as icons. Or, there is a list of categories in the menu bar.

Art Lodging Museums / Attractions Restaurants Services Shopping

 

Broschofsky Galleries

Art

Features 19th-21st Century Fine American Art

 

Kneeland Gallery

Art

More than forty artists represented

 

Idaho Rocky Mountain Ranch

Lodging

Nestled in the spectacular Sawtooth Mountains

 

Knob Hill Inn

Lodging

Warm and inviting European charm

 

Pennay's at River Run

Lodging

Located at the base of River Run

 

Sun Valley Lodge

Lodging

Where it all began

 

Tamarack Lodge

Lodging

In the heart of downtown

 

Frenchman's Gulch Winery

Museums / Attractions

Celebrating over 25 years of wine making

 

Bigwood Bread

Restaurants

An organic bread company

 

Cavacava Restaurant and Wine Bar

Restaurants

Simple, Rustic, Complex, Elegant Food

 

Cristina's Restaurant

Restaurants

A special place where people gather

 

The Burger Grill

Restaurants

Better burgers found here

 

The Moose Girls Cafe

Restaurants

An all out dining extravaganza, gluten free available

 

Vertu Hair Salon

Services

The fine art of hair

 

Backwoods Mountain Sports

Shopping

Everything that you need for the outdoors!

 

Maison et Cadeaux

Shopping

Great store for those who love France and beautiful things

 

The Blues Jean Bar

Shopping

The JEAN BAR is not just a boutique

 

The Sheepskin Coat Factory

Shopping

A tradition of warmth since 1971

 

The Toy Store

Shopping

A place for the kid in all of us

 

Towne and Park Jewelry

Shopping

This long-standing Sun Valley tradition