Nearly 2,000 of you took the survey this spring. We combed through and compiled each vote to verify the tally. Now, the results of our 12th annual Best of the Valley Survey are in—finally—and ready to remind you of what makes Blaine County great. Things may look a little different this year, but what doesn’t?
From dining to dentistry, groceries to the great outdoors, read on to discover the finest the Wood River Valley has to offer, as voted by the people who know it best. Wondering where to go to get a great burger, beer or plate of Mexican food? Did your doctor, vet or favorite après spot make the medals? Find out in the following pages—and don’t forget to vote in next year’s survey, which will open in early 2021 at mtexpress.com.
Congratulations to all 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.
Your guide on how to wine & dine safely outside
During pandemic, buyers look close to home
CK’s Real Food sources locally and sustainably
Matt Gorby claims 11th consecutive gold
Julie Lyons voted best physician in the valley
Yoga classes are online and outside
Best of the Valley winners taking safety measures
The Hunger Coalition voted valley’s Best Nonprofit
Our photographer, Roland Lane, asks locals, "What’s the best part about living in the Wood River Valley?"
From hiking trails to singletrack, there’s something for every speed