A great option for a ski or snowboard vacationer looking to experience a critical piece of the U.S.’s skiing history, Sun Valley is home to one of the world’s first chairlifts and has enjoyed repute as a world-class ski resort since the 1930s. Celebrities from Marilyn Monroe to Ernest Hemingway took ski trips to this classic resort during its infancy and to this day, Sun Valley continues to attract dignitaries, actors, and captains of industry.
On the more economical side, Schweitzer, located in Northern Idaho near Sandpoint, is great for the traveler looking for affordable lodging and some incredibly underrated and crowd-free terrain.
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