- Taking a ride along the many scenic by-ways, with the Sawtooth or the Smokey Mountains in the background is a rare and exhilarating experience.
- From Ketchum and Sun Valley, Highway 75 carves its way through the Boulder Mountains to Galena Pass and on through the Stanley Basin to Stanley, Idaho.
For a unique way to tour the Sun Valley area, try taking a motorcycle tour. The area is full of picturesque scenery including high mountain peaks, rushing rivers, lush green forests, wildflower filled meadows, and wildlife. Taking a ride along the many scenic by-ways, with the Sawtooth or the Smokey Mountains in the background is a rare and exhilarating experience. Breezing alongside winding rivers, traveling up and through mountain gaps, and being up front and personal for wildlife viewing is a great reason to tour the Sun Valley area via a motorcycle.
Where to go on a motorcycle ride
From Ketchum and Sun Valley, Highway 75 carves its way through the Boulder Mountains to Galena Pass, showcasing the ridge of the Sawtooth Mountains. Beyond, the rocks and woodlands of the rugged Sawtooth National Recreation Area are packed with rivers, streams, and 300 alpine lakes, providing top-notch venues. The northern tip of the byway terminates in Stanley, where the Sawtooth meets the Ponderosa Pine and Salmon River Scenic Byways.
Guided Tours & Rentals
If you do not own one of these two-wheeled wonders, there are tour guides in the area that can supply you with the motorcycle, the proper clothing, insurance, food, lodging and support. Just climb on board and enjoy the ride.