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Beautiful Bear Lake on the Idaho and Utah border offers fishing, hunting, recreation, boating, sailing, wake boarding, jet skiing, snowmobiling and snow skiing.
A Boise destination hotel on the 43rd parallel in the 43rd State of Idaho. Filled with works from local artists and superb, Idaho-sourced cuisine, we celebrate our distinct coordinates.
The Magic Valley's golf courses offer a variety of professionally conditioned playing surfaces, challenging layouts, spectacular scenery and 240 sunny days per year.
Sun Valley, Idaho may be famous for its alpine skiing, but the range of activities here is truly limitless. When waking up to clear blue skies, the question isn’t what are we going to do, but what aren’t we going to do?!
Mountains and museums. Restaurants and rivers. Festivals and fresh air. A blend of urban and outdoors -- that's Boise!
Heading north along the eastern side of the Selkirk Mountains the roadway follows the Kootenai Tribe's historic path to fishing grounds at Lake Pend Oreille.
Robert Trent Jones, Jr. designed the spectacular 18-Hole Trail Creek Championship Course - a must for the serious golfer, boasting 6,968 yards and breathtaking views all around.
Wherever you travel in Idaho you'll find spectacular scenery and abundant recreational opportunities.
7 State and National parks & reserves, a ski resort and quaint townships along the Snake River. This region is a place for the entire family to find adventure and fun.
The Coeur d'Alene Resort Golf Course is home to the world's first and only floating, movable island golf green on the shores of beautiful Lake Coeur d'Alene in Northern Idaho.
Travel to this northern Idaho city and enjoy golf, camping, biking, boating, spas, shopping, fine dining and much more!
Beginning in Shoshone, the southern leg features the Black Magic Canyon geological attraction. Then roll north to the resort towns of Hailey, Ketchum & Sun Valley.
Hwy 30 connects Bliss and Twin Falls - access to some of Southern Idaho's most visited areas. The Snake River Canyon Region is a scenic stop off the interstate.
Often referred to as the "Niagara of the West", the waters of the Snake River cascade 212 feet down over the 900 ft. wide canyon rim to the river below.
Nestled among the Rocky Mountains in the Snake River Plain, beneath the shadow of the Grand Tetons, Idaho Falls is a place worth exploring. Find out more about our great city!