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November 2014.  “The Sun Valley area of Idaho is beautiful in the fall. With the leaves turning and perfect temperatures, it’s a great time for a getaway to this destination. As if the fall beauty wasn’t enough to warrant a visit, the towns of Ketchum and Hailey also hold a festival every October that lets visitors eat unique dishes prepared by top chefs for free, learn about the history and culture of the area, watch champions perform at the top of their game and witness an event they will probably never see the likes of anywhere else.

In an area that has become an international travel destination, the Trailing of the Sheep Festival ( was created to commemorate the history of sheepherding and the major role it once played in the economy of the area. It has developed into five days full of dining, festivals, events and a unique parade offering something for every type of traveler. Here are some of the highlights….” Read full article here.

This media coverage was a result of Hailey Chamber support for the 2014 Trailing of the Sheep Festival press trip organized by CW Communications. 

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