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Wood River Trails

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Dog Parks in Sun Valley, Idaho:

Wood River Trails

One of 1600 rail trails conserved by the Rail-to-Trails nonprofit organization for their conservation, more than 30 miles of paved paths (Bellevue to Ketchum- 20 miles, Ketchum to Sun Valley- 10 miles); summer biking, inline skating, walking, jogging; in winter, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing

Locally known as "the bike path," Wood River Trails is a system of paved multi-use trails connecting the communities in Idaho's Wood River Valley, with more than 30 miles of paved paths and spectacular recreational opportunities amid equally spectacular scenery

**Free maps and trail guides are available at the Chambers of Commerce, Hailey's Recreation District Office, or at any sports storer any sporting goods store

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Sawtooth National Forest

sawtooth national forest pet friendly dog parks in sun valley idaho, dog parks in twin falls idahoHwy 75 N, Sawtooth City, ID

2647 Kimberly Rd East, Twin Falls, ID

(208) 737-3200 - Map

Dog Parks in Sun Valley, Idaho:

Sawtooth National Forest

Grasslands and arid desert sage; flat rolling terrain with mountains galore; wilderness areas- dogs must be on leash while on trails from July 1- Labor Day; dogs NOT ALLOWED in Goat Creek drainage, swimming areas

  • Dogs must be leashed or restrained while in developed recreation sites

View and Print PDFs of Motor Vehicle Use Maps

Sawtooth Winter Visitor Maps

Sun Valley Park

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5905 Sidehill Dr., Sun Valley

(775) 424-1866 Pah Rah District Ranger

Dog Parks in Sun Valley, Idaho:

Sun Valley Park

Trail walking, hiking with numerous paths and difficulties; picnic sites, restrooms, playgrounds, paved access roads

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Galena Lodge

galena lodge dog parks in sun valley idaho15187 Idaho Hwy 75, Ketchum, ID

(208) 726-4010

Dog Parks in Sun Valley, Idaho:

Galena Lodge - video

31.5 km dog trails, including dog friendly snowshoe trails, nestled in Rocky Mountains 23 miles north of Sun Valley Resort and Ketchum, Idaho; in the heart of the Boulder Mountains, open daily serving lunch, special dinners, home base for mountain bikers and hikers; overnight lodging only in semi-backcountry yurts

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Sawtooth Scenic Byway

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5 Northfork Canyon Rd, Ketchum, ID
(208) 726-7672

 

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Sawtooth National Forest Supervisor's Office

2647 Kimberly Rd East, Twin Falls, ID
(208) 737-3200

 

Dog Parks in Sun Valley, Idaho:

Sawtooth Scenic Byway - video

Beginning in Shoshone, the southern leg of the byway, one of the first features is the Black Magic Canyon geological attraction.  The route then rolls north through lava deposits and agricultural land to the resort towns of Hailey, Ketchum, and Sun Valley.

From there, the road winds its way through the Sawtooth National Recreation Area, following the Big Wood River past the majestic Boulder and Smoky mountains to Galena Summit at 8,701 feet.  From Galena, the view showcases the stunning Sawtooth and White Cloud Mountains and the spectacular Sawtooth Valley.

Along the way, wildlife watchers should stay alert for wildlife, including pronghorn antelope, deer, elk, sandhill cranes, and wolves. (Sawtooth Wilderness Areas)

The northern tip of the byway terminates in Stanley, where the Sawtooth meets the Ponderosa Pine and Salmon River Scenic Byways.

  • Dogs must be leashed or restrailed while in developed recreation sites, not allowed in swimming areas

Points of Interest (with PDF Maps):

  • Shoshone & Shoshone Ice Caves
  • Sculptured Canyon
  • Wood River Mines
  • Ernest Hemingway & White Clouds Wilderness
  • Galena Summit
  • Pole Creel Ranger Station
  • Sawtooth Fish Hatchery
  • Redfish Lake
  • Black Magic Canyon
  • Lava Deposits
  • Big Wood River & stunning mountain views

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Ponderosa Pine Scenic Byway

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Salmon River Mountains along Iadho State Highway 21

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Nature viewing along Highway 21 from Boise to Stanley

Dog Parks in Sun Valley, Idaho:

Ponderosa Pine Scenic Byway - video

The western end of the Ponderosa Pine Scenic Byway starts in Boise.  It follows Idaho 21 north to the historic mining town of Idaho City, where you can still pan for gold in a nearby stream bed.  Campgrounds and fishing opportunities dot the route from Idaho City to Lowman along the South Fork of the Payette River, as you slowly climb along the byway's northeasterly route.

From Banner Summit, at 7,056 feet, you descend to Stanley.  As the roadway grooves through the steep foothills and thick forest, you can catch glimpses of the Sawtooth Mountains ahead.  As you drop into Stanley, they come into full, magnificent view.

There are five campgrounds between the Idaho City area and Crooked River Road turn off (Milepost 57); four campgrounds between Lowman and the Grandjean turnoff (Milepost 94); and five campgrounds between Banner Summit (Milepost 105) and Stanley

Wildlife Viewing Guide

  • Dogs must be leashed or restrailed while in developed recreation sites, not allowed in swimming areas

Salmon River Scenic Byway

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Dog Parks in Sun Valley, Idaho:

Salmon River Scenic Byway - video

The northern end of the Salmon River Scenic Byway begins on the Montana border at the Lost Trail Pass (6,995 feet).  Lewis and Clark came this way in 1805, and the spectacular view from this vantage point has changed little since that famous exploration of the West two centuries ago.  The route follows the Salmon River, the famous River of No Return, through the Salmon-Challis National Forest and the historic city of Salmon.  The river and its forks serve as important natural pathways into Idaho's rugged backcountry.  The deer, elk, and moose that often graze along the hills and meadows that line this road provide a glimpse of the wild country beyond.

Along the way, the town of Challis and the Land of the Yankee Fork Historic Area are just two points of interest, the latter being among Idaho's most famous mining areas.  As you head southwest along Idaho 75 toward Stanley, you'll begin to see glimpses of the majestic Sawtooth Mountains ahead before beholding their full splendor as you drop into town.

  • Dogs must be leashed or restrailed while in developed recreation sites, not allowed in swimming areas

Warm Springs Trail

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Boise National Forest-
Lowman Ranger District

7359 ID-21, Lowman, ID
(208) 373-4100 or (208) 259-3361

Dog Parks in Sun Valley, Idaho:

Warm Springs Trail

One of the premier trails on the Lowman Ranger District of Boise National Forest; noteworthy part of the larger loop opportunity for motocyclists and a one-way trail from Bull Trout to Bonneville for mountain bikers. Trailhead near the Bull Trout Lake Campground; 13 miles long, popular with a fulll spectrum of trail users

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Boise National Forest

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(208) 373-4100

Dog Parks in Sun Valley, Idaho:

Boise National Forest

Spans over 2.5 million acres of diverse forest and grassland, northeast of Idaho's capitol, recreation areas and North Fork Payette River Canyon at 2800 feet, to nearly 10,000 foot peak at Trinity Mountain; 500 trails, 250 lakes and reservoirs, outdoor enthusiast's dream

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Sawtooth Special Places (with downloadable PDF maps):

Motor Vehicle Use Maps (PDF):
Paper copies of maps are available for free in Sawtooth National Forest offices

 

Sawtooth Forest Maps Go Mobile from Avenza Map Store- download on GPS-enabled Device

 

Sawtooth Forest and Byway Winter Use Maps:
(Identifies areas and places for winter recreation; locate trailheads, parking areas, warming huts, snowmobile routes, ski areas, and areas for over-snow vehicle use; contact the Sawtooth National Forest Supervisor's Office for changes and restrictions- (208) 727-5000, Forest Avalanche Center: (208) 662-0095)

 

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