With year round shopping, dining, lodging, and outdoor recreation, Kellogg is a great home base for your getaway. Centrally located in the Silver Valley, this community of 2,500 residents is home to Silver Mountain Resort and Silver Rapids Indoor Waterpark. With North America’s Longest Gondola, a ski area, fly fishing, ORV access, award winning lift served bike park, hiking trails, the Trail of the Coeur d’Alene’s and the South Fork of the Coeur d’Alene River, it’s easy to park your car and hit the escape button.
Wardner is a small residential mountain community located just up the road from Uptown kellogg. The Gondola goes over town and is home to the Sierra Nevada Road. The Sierra Nevada road was the road people could drive to get to what was formerly known as the Jackass Ski Bowl and Silverhorn Ski area. In 1885 the Bunker Hill and Sullivan Mine was discovered on an outcropping near the south end of Wardner by Noah Kellogg and his famous jackass. Once home to a bustling mining population, today Wardner is home to approximately 185 residents, a city hall and a non-operational museum loaded with history.