White Arrow Ranch – Bliss Valley, Idaho – is in the middle of nowhere. It is secluded, private, quiet, comprised of 300+ acres, it is surrounded by thousands of acres of public land. On the 10-mile drive, over a paved, well-maintained, country road, with miles of sagebrush and grasses stretching to the horizon and beyond, left and right, the few signs of human activity – small farms, hay in the fields, cattle and horses by the side of the road – soon disappear in your rear-view mirror. The last 4 miles wind down into Bliss Valley, the ranch only dimly in the distance, nestled against the butte and plateaus which, miles further north, will become the Sawtooth Mountains. And you are alone with the road and your thoughts.
But then, the White Arrow Ranch compound is in the middle of everywhere.
There are major airlines flying into nearby Twin Falls, Boise, and Hailey (Sun Valley).
On the ranch land itself, there is swimming (year ‘round), hunting, shooting, bird-watching, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing and spelunking. Within easy driving distance is an almost endless variety of outdoor activities, from boating, to golf, to white water rafting, to hang-gliding, to llama pack trips, to skiing (cross-country and world class downhill), to snow boarding, to sleigh riding, to skating (year ‘round), to snowmobiling, to tennis, to touring in some of the grandest mountain settings America has to offer.