On powder days, the steep new terrain gives experts a little more to chew on—
and takes some of the pressure off old favorites. Strategy is key in getting the best—and most—of both.
Resort base sits at 4,900 feet and the 'village' is currently several big yurts functioning as a day lodge, rental and repair shop, and restaurants.
An out-of-bounds favorite
Rack your skis where Sonja Heine skated in Sun Valley Serenade and Ernest Hemingway wrote For Whom the Bell Tolls.
The Arlberg meets Idaho at this hotel on Ketchum’s Main Street.