This week, Joe Lammers visits a Hollywood favourite, Sun Valley, Idaho. Opened in 1936 by the Union Pacific Railroad, Sun Valley is America\’s first destination resort. The resort became an instant success, visited by European nobility and Hollywood royalty. Bright, sunny days with comfortable temperatures combined with long, wide-open groomed runs, powder bowls, incredible scenery and Western hospitality will make a visit to Sun Valley second to none.
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