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In a ‘City Tour pivot,’ group will head to Ketchum-Sun Valley

The City Tour will occur later this week, with a new destination.

Shortly after canceling an outing to Boulder, Colo., as that community recovers from devastating floods, the City Tour organizers scheduled a trip to the Ketchum, Idaho, area for later this week. Myles Rademan, the City Tour organizer, said the trip will run from Wednesday until Saturday. City Tours normally run from a Wednesday to a Sunday.

The group will make stops in Ketchum, the mountain resort of Sun Valley and the nearby community of Hailey. The City Tour will also visit Ogden. Rademan said the last time the City Tour visited the Ketchum-Sun Valley area was six or seven years ago.

Rademan said upward of 85 people planned to travel to Boulder on the City Tour. The group headed to Idaho will likely number approximately 50, he said.

"This is what I call a City Tour pivot," Rademan said.

He said people who were booked to travel to Boulder and who will not participate on the Idaho trip will be refunded. The upcoming trip involves one fewer day than the one planned to Colorado, leaving open the possibility of a partial refund, he said.

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