Idaho…famous for potatoes and so much more.
Northern Idaho offers the green splendor of the many mountain ranges, the cool blues of it rivers, lakes and streams and the excitement and thrill of the outdoor adventures waiting for you to discover.
Winters offer fantastic skiing and snowboarding at area resorts. Snowmobiling, snow shoeing and warming up next to a ragging fire are other activities awaiting the winter travel in Northern Idaho.
Spring, Summer and Fall in Northern Idaho offer the most amazing hiking, mountain biking and river running imaginable. Hunters and fishermen please be advised, the fish are always biting and the mountains are teaming with live game in Idaho.
Family fun abounds is Northern Idaho. Take the kids to the Crystal Gold Mine to discover how mining was done in the old days. Enjoy a day of screams and laughs at Idaho’s Silverwood Theme Park; or search for elk and moose among the trees in the Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge.
The Central and Southern Idaho regions are filled with waterfalls, rivers and Craters of the Moon. The Craters of the Moon National Monument was made from three major lava flows coming together to cover nearly half a million acres. Visitors can spend hours wandering amongst the cinder cones and lava caves found at this “science fiction” landscape.
Southern Idaho is also the gateway the Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park. Both are found just over the Idaho/Wyoming border. Year round activates are available at Idaho’s premier ski resort and village, Sun Valley, Idaho. Other attractions in South Central Idaho include the Shoshone Ice Caves located near the city of Shoshone, Idaho; the Haggerman Fossil Beds in Haggerman, Idaho; Shoshone Falls found just outside of Twin Falls Idaho and the Evil Knievel Jump Site, which was built on the edge of the Snake River Canyon.