Sun Valley road bike tour

Explore majestic, beautiful Southern Idaho, all the way from cowboy country outside of Boise to the outdoor mecca of Sun Valley. Gorgeous Sun Valley: birthplace of the ski lift, beloved by Clark Cable, Marilyn Monroe and Warren Miller, not to mention Ernest Hemingway. The Sawtooth Mountains: home over 50 peaks over 10.000 feet and over 300 mountain lakes. Ride a wide arc through this remote wilderness of expansive views and snow-dusted peaks following wild rivers and mountain grades. Golf, hike, river raft, shop – you can even go fly-fishing or wine tasting. Most of all, breath in the clear mountain air and savor the surroundings.


  • Sun Valley
  • Sawtooth Mountains
  • Ponderosa Pine Scenic Byway
  • A boat ride across Redfish Lake


TypeRoad bike, hybrid bike, E-bike
Duration6 days
Daily distance 45 – 65mi
Total distance202 mi / 325 km
Group sizeMaximum 13
States or countryIdaho
Airport startBoise airport
Airport finishBoise airport

Starting from $ 3,020.00

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