Ride Details: Getting to the Ride

If you are planning to ship your bike to the start of the ride, you will be responsible for making those arrangements.
YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR GETTING YOU BIKE SHIPPED ON TIME, "ALLOW AT LEAST 2 WEEKS"
Please contact the below listed bike shops to make arrangement:

The Elephant’s Perch
280 East Avenue
P.O. Box 178
Ketchum, Idaho 83340
Contact: Nappy Neaman, 208-726-3497
www.elephantsperch.com
Want to” Rent a Bike”: Elephant’s Perch is your source, call for pricing and availability.

Sturtevants of Sun Valley
Bikes should be shipped to:
340 N Main
Ketchum ID 83340
208-726-4512
www.sturtevants-sv.com
Participants should put their name and phone number on the box, a note to build or not build and keep the box or not.
We will receive for free.
Assembly $49

Flying to the Ride

Flying into Boise: The Boise Airport is the largest airport in Idaho, served by several airlines. Ketchum is approximately 150 miles away and is a three hour drive from Boise. There’s a shuttle service from the Boise Airport to Ketchum every day leaving at 3:30 at a cost of $75 one way, contact Sun Valley Express. www.sunvalleyexpress.com
Phone: 877-622-8267 
Booking 30 days in advance will guarantee your trip.

Budget and Avis both operate car rental agencies out of Boise and Friedman Memorial Airport in Hailey and we have found weekly rates out of Boise through Costco for as low as $199 for an 8-days car rentals.

Flying into Ketchum: Friedman Memorial Airport (SUN) is located in the city of Hailey at an elevation of 5,315 feet.  The communities of Ketchum and Sun Valley are 12 miles north of the airport and taxis are readily available
FLY NONSTOP FROM 6 CITIES: Denver, Los Angeles, Portland, San Francisco, Seattle, Salt Lake City
Delta Air Lines: daily year-round flights via Salt Lake City; winter & summer flights from Los Angeles; winter flights from Seattle
Alaska Airlines: non-stop winter/summer/fall  flights from Los Angeles, Portland (NEW for 2016/17!), and Seattle
United Airlines: nonstop winter/summer/fall flights from San Francisco and Denver

Shuttle

There is no shuttle service to and from the ride this year.

Driving Directions

Highway 75 will be your road into Ketchum from the south. Once in town it will become Main Street, follow it through town to Warm Springs Road where you will veer left and continue on to 10th St, turn left on 10th St. and drive to the end where drop off and camping will be located at the rear of Ernest Hemingway Elementary School. For those using GPS for directions, the school address is, 111 8th St. E, Ketchum. This will direct you to the front of the school where you will be redirected to the back.

RV Parking:

Those following the ride in a RV are required to register as a non-rider and must display a Ride Idaho RV Sicker in their vehicle. This does not assure you that there is parking available in or near camp, you are responsible for making your own arrangements, and to help, we have listed RV parks on each of our overnight write-ups. There is no RV parking in the Ketchum city limits, and the City of Ketchum strictly enforces this regulation.

The Meadows
Sun Valley, ID.
Phone: 208-726-5445
themeadowsmanagers@gmail.com

Contact: www.visitsunvalley.com

Long Term Parking:

Location: Next to the Wood River Community YMCA, 101 Saddle Rd, Ketchum, which is approximately 5 blocks from our overnight camp at Atkinson Park.  Maps with directions will be in you packet along with you parking pass. The Wood River Bike Path, adjacent to the parking lot will take you back to camp.

Long Term Parking $35 for cars, $70 for RV.