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FALL ADVENTURES IN KETCHUM

As the leaves begin to pop with color, we have a hard time staying indoors. Crisp air. Empty trails. Leaf peeping opportunities galore. Ready? Pack an extra layer and your camera and we’ll see you up at Proctor Mountain.

Limelight Hotel Ketchum Fly Fishing adventure
Limelight Hotel Ketchum Fly Fishing adventure

Fly Fishing Adventures

When Limelight Hotel Guests book a Fly Fishing Adventure with Silver Creek Outfitters, they receive a $50 gift certificate to the Silver Creek Outfitters Store. Guests should use the promo code LIMELIGHT when booking their adventure on the Silver Creek Outfitters website. The promotion is valid for Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday bookings and guests will be verified by the hotel. Guest will receive the $50 gift card at the start of their fly fishing adventure.
Fall hiking near Ketchum, Limelight Hotel Ketchum
Fall hiking near Ketchum, Limelight Hotel Ketchum

Top 5 Fall Hikes

For prime leaf peeping, you really can’t go wrong with the Proctor Mountain Loop. Along with large swaths of Aspen, it also offers great Ketchum views. Chocolate Gulch Trail is another great loop awash in color. Often overlooked, but not without its share of outstanding photo ops, the Fox Creek Trail is not to be missed. Hit Adam’s Gulch for a classic, rugged Sun Valley trail that’s popular with locals each fall. And finally, for a pulled back perspective on the foliage covering the Valley floor, try the White Clouds loop.
Fall drives near Ketchum, Limelight Hotel Ketchum
Fall drives near Ketchum, Limelight Hotel Ketchum

Top 3 Fall Drives

Although closed each winter, head out past Sun Valley Road before the snow falls and Trail Creek Road will deliver stunning leaf peeping opportunities in every direction. Drive North on Highway 75 toward Galena and Stanley for amazing views of the White Cloud and Sawtooth mountains with bursts of color anywhere that you look. Another great option for taking in the colors of fall is on Warm Springs Road as you go past the lifts, through Board Ranch and beyond.