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With the state of Idaho being a year round playground you probably will be asking yourself, “Where do I begin?”. With world-class activities during all four seasons, this is the type of problem all travelers enjoy having.
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There are a variety of ways to locate activities to suit your needs. Information on each of our seven regions provides a few highlights to help you get to know all that Idaho has to offer.
Athol | Bayview | Carreywood | Clark Fork | Coeur d’Alene | Hayden | Kingston | Mullan | Post Falls | Rathdrum | Sagely | Sandpoint | St. Maries
This northern panhandle area of Idaho is one big playground. Long summer days, dense forests, and home to the two largest lakes in Idaho. Lake Coeur d’Alene and Lake Pend Oreille, provide the stunning backdrop to activities and adventure year round. World-class golf, and bicycle trails abound. Take a self-guided tour and drive the scenic Selkirk Loop. Be amazed at the beauty of Priest Lake, a hidden treasure. Tour the gold, silver and quartz mines located throughout the Silver Valley. This beautiful area of our state provides four, truly different Seasons, so visit us any time of the year.
Coeur d’Alene | Sandpoint | Silverwood Theme Park
Ironman Triathlon | Hiawatha Bike Trail
Lahaska | Cottonwood | Kamiah | Kookier | Moscow | Pierce | Potlatch | White Bird
This area of our state is known for ancient white pine groves, the Clearwater Canyon, Hells Canyon with it’s famous white water rafting, and the fertile prairies and farmlands of the Palouse. The beauty and accessibility to the rushing rivers of this region is something you will not want to miss. From college towns to Indian Reservations; National forests to Wilderness areas; it is all right here for you to enjoy.
Moscow | Lewiston | Lewis & Clark Trail
Hells Gate | Palouse Plains
Boise | Caldwell | Cascade | Emmett | Garden Valley | King Hill | Mesa | New Meadows | Wiser
This region houses 10 of the states’ largest cities and is home to a number of fine wineries and vineyards. The Snake River intersects the region providing abundant fishing, and whitewater thrills. The high desert of the southern area gives explorers and hikers a close, and yet a remote area for exploration. You will find numerous produce festivals and farmers markets due to the abundance of cherries, apples, pears, and peaches. A great place to discover your own unique piece of Idaho.
Great Wine | Boise | Museums | Fiddler’s Festival | Snake River Stampede
Albion | Burley | Eden | Gooding | Jerome | Shoshone | Twin Falls
This magic valley was created by the wonders of the Snake River. It grows the bulk of the states’ produce and provides a large quantity of the states’ dairies. Various reservoirs and lakes provide crystal clear waterfalls, fly-fishing, and wind surfing. You will also find an abundance of rock-climbing adventures in this region. Make this area of our state the starting point for your unique explorations.
Twin Falls | Burley | Hagerman Valley
Balanced Rock | Fossil Beds | Ice Caves
American Falls | Inkom | Lava Hot Springs | Malad City | Pocatello | Preston
The famed Wyoming “Teton” mountain range rings this region. Some of the oldest settlements in the state can be found here. You will see many long A-frame potato sheds, as this part of the state is known as the number one potato producing area. Check out Idaho’s state parks: “Massacre Rocks,” and “Castle Rocks.” There is also a National Reserve: “City of the Rocks,” and Idaho’s own National Monument: “Crater’s Of The Moon.” For the winter sports enthusiast, visit “Pebble Creek.” Hiking and mountain biking are all part of this remarkable region.
Pocotello | Lava Hot Springs | Lava Beds | Geysers | Hot Springs
Idaho Falls | Island Park | Rexburg | Rigby | Ririe | St. Anthony | Swan Valley | Victor
This is the western gateway to two of America’s most beautiful national parks: Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons and the popular route to the town of Jackson Hole. You will find the St. Anthony Sand Dunes are among the highest in the United States. Idaho Falls boasts of their Aquatic Center. Jefferson County has the Farnsworth TV & Pioneer Museum. Heise Hot Springs in Ririe offers 105 degree mineral hot baths. Don’t miss traveling along the popular loop tour of the Teton Scenic By-way and adjacent Mesa Falls Scenic By-way.
Idaho Falls | Rexburg | Yellowstone | Waterfalls | Tetons
Challis | Clayton | Fairfield | Hailey | Ketchum | Mackay | Northfork | Salmon | Stanley | Sun Valley
This region is without a doubt, the high country of Idaho. Famous for the World Class Skiing of “Sun Valley”, fishing in “Red Fish Lake,” the “Sawtooth National Recreation Area,” mountain biking in “The Sawtooth Wilderness Area” and the Salmon River’s rafting! Back packing, sleigh rides, horseback riding, mountain climbing, Alpine skiing and white water thrill rides abound. Then, take time to relax in the Hot Springs and soothe those tired muscles. If you’re looking for outdoor adventure in the wilderness, this is the area to visit!
Sun Valley | Ketchum | Sawtooth Mountains
Famous Ice Skating Show | River of No Return