Not often do you have a traffic jam in the Wood River Valley. Odds are, the only time you will come across one is with sheep herding or crossing of the elk. Just a few days ago, we experienced just that … sheep herding.
When hundreds of sheep are herded through town, the locals stop to stare. Sheep herding in the valley goes back to the 1880’s and it a true Ketchum tradition. You can experience it for yourself during the Trailing of the Sheep in October. Come delight yourself with delicious food, culture and sheep gazing. For more information, check out the official website.