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Getting Back to Wild

Getting Back to Wild

Thanks to the devotion and hard work of their longtime advocates, a herd of once-wild horses known as the Challis herd has found freedom and a permanent home in the foothills of California.

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Life in Idaho - The Mackay Rodeo

Life in Idaho - The Mackay Rodeo

Most people start a bucket list late in life. Recent college graduate Kelly Hennessy got started early by ticking off some only-in-Idaho adventures this past summer.

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Life in Idaho - The Mountain Home Country Music Fest

Life in Idaho - The Mountain Home Country Music Fest

Most people start a bucket list late in life. Recent college graduate Kelly Hennessy got started early by ticking off some only-in-Idaho adventures this past summer.

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Winter 2016

Features

When Mountains Come Down

When Mountains Come Down

Understanding avalanches is a process of accretion--no one perspective or piece of information is enough. It requires not only a basic understanding of snow science, but also an appreciation of the vagaries of human decision making.

Sun Valley's Ski Racing Roots

Sun Valley's Ski Racing Roots

Former ski racer and world speed skiing record holder, Dick Dorworth, takes a look back at how the ski racing community forged a culture in Sun Valley.

Go Time

Go Time

Sun Valley will host the 2016 U.S. Alpine Championships this March. The top skiers in the world will be competing in Super-G, Giant Slalom, Slalom and Combined.

Land of the Thunder Dragon

Land of the Thunder Dragon

Nestled high in the Himalaya, Bhutan has long been an enigma to Westerners. As the country begins to open up, some from the West, including outfitter and Hailey resident Bryant Dunn, are getting a glimpse of the country's remarkable beauty and challenges.

Profiles in Excellence

Profiles in Excellence

Sun Valley Magazine profiles three gentlemen who bring passion and excellence to their work: Dr. Terry O'Connor, world-renowned wax technician Curtis Bacca and U.S. freestyle coach Ben Verge.

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360 Profiles

360 Profiles

Three young women--Haley Cutler, Julia Larsen, and Tess Hollister--are pushing limits in ski racing, dog sled racing, and mountain climbing, respectively.

Belly Up to the Barre

Belly Up to the Barre

A fusion of ballet, Pilates, and yoga, Barre has become a popular way to get in shape.

Organically Speaking

Organically Speaking

A growing trend in the beauty products and cosmetic industry is to offer organic products that produce real results.

Going for Gold

Going for Gold

The Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation (SVSEF) and Sun Valley Economic Development (SVED) are working together to build a state-of-the-art ski and snowboard training center in Ketchum.

The Long Path to Wilderness

The Long Path to Wilderness

President Obama recently signed a bill creating three new wilderness areas in Idaho.Long championed by Congressman Mike Simpson, the bill added 276,000 acres to Idaho's wilderness area.

At Last!

At Last!

Fifteen years in the making, the Campion Ice House is now open for skaters, hockey players, even curling tournaments.

The Power of Mindfulness

The Power of Mindfulness

The Flourish Foundation teaches children and adults alike the benefits of introspection and directing our outcomes from within.

The Quiet Season

The Quiet Season

Fly fishing in winter is not for everybody, but, for those hardy ones, the winter season offers peacefulness, solitude, and often fantastic fishing.

Unraveling the Signified from the Signifier

Unraveling the Signified from the Signifier

Gary Komarin's artwork is formerly termed a post-painterly abstraction. It is a style of work in which as much meaning is brought to the painting by the viewer as is signified in the art itself.

The Other Side of Disaster

The Other Side of Disaster

In her Pulitzer Prize-winning book, "Five Days at Memorial," Sheri Fink details alleged cases of euthenasia at a New Orleans hospital during Hurricane Katrina. Sun Valley Magazine sat down for a conversation with Fink during the Sun Valley Writer's Conference.

Fat Bikes Shift into High Gear

Fat Bikes Shift into High Gear

For die hard bicycle riders, fat bikes are a dream come true. Able to "float" over snow and sand, fat bikes offer a new way to experience the backcountry in winter.

Terrain Mania

Terrain Mania

Dollar Mountain has become a Mecca for freestyle skiers with its wealth of big jumps, rails, boxes, superpipe and skier cross courses.

Fools for Love

Fools for Love

Company of Fools celebrates 20 years of bringing high quality community theater to the Wood River Valley.

Taming the Wild

Taming the Wild

Demand from an increasingly game-hungry public has risen in the past decade for various reasons—an upswing in availability of farm-raised game, more adventurous eaters willing to step out of their beef and chicken comfort zone—but the most compelling one may be simple math: game is low in fat and calories.

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Locals Season 2 Episode 6: Sun Valley, Idaho. from CINEOUTLAW on Vimeo.

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