5 Ways To Make Summer Last in Sun Valley

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August News & Updates

The dog days of summer are here. We’re feeling slightly cooler temperatures and a less fast-paced lifestyle on the horizon. But before we say goodbye to summer there are still so many quintessential events to enjoy. There’s still time to pack a picnic and catch the symphony, and if you’re up for a challenge, there’s still time to train for Rebecca’s Private Idaho! However you spend these last weeks of August, we hope you have a blast.

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Top 5 Ways to Make Summer Last in Sun Valley

1) Get the most out of our trails. It still stays light out till a decent hour through September, so there’s plenty of time in the day to get out there!

2) Go to the lake. After work. Yes, we gave away the best kept secret – you have time to go North in the early evening (i.e. no crowds) and squeeze in the best hours of the day.

3) Enjoy a good “deck sit” in town. Get the most out of our trails. It still stays light out till a decent hour through September, so there’s plenty of time in the day to get out there!

4) Jump into a water hole. After a hot day, nothing brings you back to childhood like taking a swim in the river.

5)Sleep under the stars. Take the family on a camping trip somewhere you haven’t been and enjoy some of the most beautiful scenery this country has to offer, right here in our backyard. Just bring extra layers for those late summer nights!

 

What’s Happening in the Wood River Valley

Sun Valley Summer Symphony
August 5 – August 23, 2018
Picture yourself drinking rosé (or an IPA) on a blanket surrounded by your community on a gorgeous sunny evening as the sun sets listening to world-class music, all for free. Don’t miss this summer staple series!
Rebecca’s Private Idaho
August 30 – September 2, 2018
Rebecca’s Private Idaho is your ticket to the wild, rugged Idaho that few people know. Ride 100 miles with mountain bike endurance champion Rebecca Rusch on grueling gravel roads, through canyons, over summits, and across high mountain basins. Visit their website to learn more: www.rebeccasprivateidaho.com
Wagon Days
August 20 – September 2, 2018
Enjoy a weekend full of activities, along with the largest non-motorized parade in the Pacific Northwest. Wheels, wagons and western cowboys combine with marching bands and Basque dancers to make this a lively, colorful event.  As the parade ends, we roll from the past into the present with live music at the Street Party on Town Square. Visit the website to see the full schedule.

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