Are you ready for the ultimate ski vacation where the sun shines, you can escape crowded lift lines and ski on an incredible mountain? Sun Valley is the place to go. Sun Valley caters to everyone with two mountains, perfectly groomed ski runs and steep bowls. Even though the sun is always shining, the skiing stays superb with Sun Valley’s state of the art snowmaking.

The Mountain at Sun Valley

Sun Valley operates two separate mountains, Bald Mountain and Dollar Mountain, with terrain for everyone. On Bald Mountain, 66 runs stretch 2054 acres with 3,400 vertical feet with terrain for beginner levels to those wanting to rip down the bowls. Dollar Mountain, with 10 runs of gentle terrain, caters to beginners and intermediates.

Superpipe and Terrain Park

Bald Mountain features a world class Super Pipe 425 feet in length, 40 feet wide, with walls 18 feet high. Dollar Mountain boasts a terrain park plus a progression park with a feature park to try with your family.

Ski School Ski School

Sun Valley’s ski school specializes in handpicking instructors to best fit each lesson and student. Adults and children can participate in group or private lessons. Lessons are held at either Bald Mountain or Dollar Mountain depending on the student’s skill level. Dollar Mountain is most likely the best teaching mountain anywhere with a stunning log day lodge where one side caters to children participating in the ski school and the other side offers delicious casual entrees in a beautiful dining room with views overlooking all the runs on the mountain.

Dining on the Mountain

Take a lunch break or après ski at the award winning gorgeous day lodges on the mountain where the views overlooking the mountains are spectacular and the food is exceptional.

Nordic Ski & Snowshoe

The new Sun Valley Nordic & Snowshoe Center compliments the perfectly groomed 40km of cross-country skiing. Take a ski break and enjoy the beautiful terrain in Sun Valley on snowshoe trails.

Dollar Tubing Hill

Get together with family and friends and have a blast on the Tubing Hill on Dollar Mountain.

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