National Geographic | Summer in Sun Valley, Idaho
While travelers flock to the ski town during winter months, this mountain locale has just as much to offer when the weather's warm!
Sun Valley, Idaho—where the first destination ski resort in North America was established in 1936—may have its roots in winter. But visit during the warmer months and you’ll understand the cliché that resides at the heart of every mountain town: People may come for the snow, but they stay for the summers. Here are a few ways to enjoy the region, which receives some 200 sunny days each year.
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