Sun Valley had been established as the nation?s first ski resort and premiere year-round destination and the first chairlifts were being installed on Bald Mountain. Friedl Pfeifer, skiing legend and head of Sun Valley?s ski school, insisted the lifts go all the way to the top?something that had never been done before anywhere in the world. Seven decades later, this go-higher spirit continues to inspire everyone who comes to the Sun Valley/Ketchum area.
World-class restaurants. Eclectic bars. Unique shopping. Renowned festivals. A thriving arts scene. Friendly natives. And unrivaled outdoor activities for every day on the calendar.
Philadelphia might be most famously known as the birthplace of American democracy, but you’ll find it’s an ideal destination for discovery as you explore its colorful neighborhoods, learn more about its rich history and delve into its spectacular sights and attractions.
Ocean City, Maryland, the East Coast?s number one family resort. We are pleased to be your host as you enjoy our beautiful beaches, outstanding golf, world-famous Boardwalk, fantastic fishing, and excellent accommodations and fine dining.
Discover more fun here with all that Ocean City has to offer. Ocean City is a year-round resort presenting special events and activities each month. Recreational opportunities abound for all ages. Water sports, deep-sea fishing, eco-cruises, youth sports camps and more activities can be enjoyed in Ocean City. Numerous championship golf courses showcase the natural beauty of the area and offer golfers of all abilities great play throughout the year.
Even 150 years after the famous California “Gold Rush,” visitors are still discovering gold in Sacramento. In the decades since fortune hunters flocked to the region in search of the glimmering metal, Sacramento, California, has emerged into a cosmopolitan state capital that still retains its unique Gold Rush history.
Today you can find gold here without pans or mining equipment. It’s in the area’s family-friendly attractions, museums, and parks and gardens. It’s there for the taking at four-star restaurants and first-class hotels. It’s in every seat in the house for Broadway musicals and local plays.
And best of all, you can afford it! Sacramento is one of the best visitor values in California with well-priced hotel rooms and lots to do for little or no cost like free tours of the California State Capitol building or sightseeing in historic Old Sacramento.
So, what are you waiting for, make plans to visit today and, we promise, you?ll have a great time. We look forward to your visit!
From golf to gardens to the great outdoors, Galena and Jo Daviess County burst with the splendors of spring. Drive our scenic roads to a local winery for a taste and a tour. Discover the timeless beauty of historic sites and elegant mansions. Sample the sweet and savory in local shops. Browse galleries and studios to explore how local artists have captured the county?s breathtaking beauty. Unwind with luxurious treatments at a full-service spa. Choose from B&Bs, hotels, motels and resorts, and vacation rental homes for a memorable stay.
The pleasure of visiting Yakima, Washington has been one of the Northwest’s best-kept secrets. But the word is getting out about this amazing Washington wine country location. Our popularity could be the 300 days of sunshine each year. Or maybe the year-round recreational opportunities and resources like the Yakima Convention Center are what make Yakima so hard to resist. Perhaps it’s the agricultural bounty and the amazing Yakima wine of this beautiful oasis that invites a closer look.
Undoubtedly, it’s all of these, plus the close proximity to the Puget Sound and Portland areas that makes the charming Yakima Valley so irresistible.
San Diego, California’s second largest city. Where blue skies keep watch on 70 miles of beaches and a gentle Mediterranean climate begs for a day of everything and nothing. Bordered by Mexico, the Pacific Ocean, the Anza-Borrego Desert and the Laguna Mountains, San Diego county’s 4,200 square miles offer immense options for business and pleasure.
At 5,920 feet above sea level, Sun Valley takes the warmer months to new heights. Powdery slopes give way to perfect greens. High-speed quads on Baldy transport hikers and bikers to high-alpine terrain. And all that winter snow melts into summer whitewater adventures and blue-ribbon fishing. Add in all the festivals, concerts and gallery walks and you’ll see why there’s a lot to the Go Higher spirit even when winter takes a well-deserved vacation.