- Sun Valley, Idaho was established as a ski resort in 1936.
- Bald Mountain is located adjacent to the city of Ketchum, Idaho.
- Mountain Hours & General Information – 800-894-9931
- Bald Mountain has fourteen lifts and sixty-five diverse runs.
- Bald Mountain has over twenty-eight miles of biking and hiking trails.
Either winter or summer, Bald Mountain rises from the Valley floor and offers opportunities for adventure and excitement. Sun Valley, Idaho was established as a ski resort in 1936. Locals and others who have traveled here on more than one occasion refer to the Mountain as "Baldy" with great affection. It is one of the premier ski mountains in the northwest.
Location and Information
Bald Mountain is located in south central Idaho, adjacent to the city of Ketchum in Blaine County. Bald Mountain has one of the higher summits of the Smoky Mountains of Idaho.
Mountain Hours & General Information – 800-894-9931
Bald Mountain, Sun Valley, Idaho is a vacation destination location for both winter and summer outdoor enthusiasts. During the winter, the Mountain can be reached at River Run on the south side and at Warm Springs on the north side. Those wishing to ski or snowboard can take advantage of the fourteen lifts and sixty-five diverse runs on either side of the Mountain.
The ski runs total 2,054 acres and border the Sawtooth National Forest. The ski runs total 3,400 vertical feet from top to bottom. Bald Mountain has some of the longest ski runs of any ski resort.
Traveling to Sun Valley in the summer, you can take advantage of the adventures waiting on Bald Mountain including over twenty-eight miles of biking and hiking trails. Just sitting on the side of the Mountain and enjoying the view is a great past time. You can hike the trails yourself or arrange to have a guide.