Take a drive north of Ketchum to the Sawtooth National Recreation Area (tel. 208/727-5013; www.fs.fed.us/r4/sawtooth) to view spectacular jagged peaks. The headquarters is located 8 miles north of Ketchum on Hwy. 75.

Southeast of Ketchum you will find the Craters of the Moon National Monument, a relatively recent (only 2,000 years old) lava bed. This eerie landscape will make you feel as if you've landed on the moon. There is a visitor center off Hwy. 20/26/93 (tel. 208/527-3257), which has maps of the area.

Closer to Ketchum you can visit Ernest Hemingway's grave in the Ketchum Cemetery on Route 75 North at 10th Street East, or the Ernest Hemingway Memorial alongside Trail Creek just north of Sun Valley Lodge. Check out the Heritage and Ski Museum in Ketchum to see artifacts from Idaho's ski history (tel. 208/726-8118). For a history of Sun Valley and its famous visitors, check out the Sun Valley Lodge lobby to see dozens of photos dating from the 1930s picturing visitors from the Shah of Iran to Lucille Ball.

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