The results of the 11th annual Best of the Valley survey are in! Wondering where to go to get a great burger, pizza, beer or plate of Mexican food? Was your doctor, physical therapist or veterinarian a medal winner again?
Click on the title above to discover the best that the Wood River Valley has to offer, from the most-loved dining and shopping spots to the best entertainment, recreation and professional services.
The Best of the Valley survey is conducted online each spring by the Idaho Mountain Express newspaper, for the Sun Valley Guide magazine. This year, more than 2,000 people voted in the survey. Results of the polling are monitored and verified to ensure that no ballot stuffing occurs.
Don’t forget to vote in next year’s survey, which will open in early 2020 at mtexpress.com.
Congratulations to all of the winners!!
To read the stories in this year's Best of the Valley, click the links below. Or, click on the magazine above to enjoy the complete publication.
Northern tracks are at the heart of a world-class system.
Wood River’s Jesse Neet voted valley’s top teacher.
The valley’s Best Hikes are a quick jaunt from town.
Locals tout safety, natural beauty and strong sense of community.
Chase Josey, Rebecca Rusch and Muffy Davis excel in outdoor sports.
Trails and friendly community brought them here.
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