Visit Idaho

The state of Idaho lies in the north-west region of the the United States of America. Idaho has borders with six U.S. states ( Washington, Oregon, Montana, Wyoming, Utah and Nevada) and a short one with the Canadian province of British Columbia.

Idaho is a Rocky Mountain State with large unspoiled areas of natural beauty, it’s landscape includes snow-capped mountains, canyons, huge lakes and rapids and rugged cliffs. The Snake River gushes through Hells Canyon which is the deepest gorge in the U.S. and the waters of the Shoshone Falls plunge from a greater height than that of Niagra Falls.

Idaho’s major rivers include the Snake River, the Clearwater River, the Salmon River and the Pend Orielle River. Idaho’s highest point is Borah Peak (3,859 m). The Sawtooth Range is often considered Idaho’s most famous mountain range. Other mountain ranges in Idaho include the Bitterroot Range, the White Cloud Mountains, the Lost River Range, the Clearwater Mountains, and the Salmon River Mountains.

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Places of Interest in Idaho

Idaho is a Rocky Mountain State with large unspoiled areas of natural beauty, it’s landscape includes snow-capped mountains, canyons, huge lakes and rapids and rugged cliffs. The Snake River gushes through Hells Canyon which is the deepest gorge in the U.S. and the waters of the Shoshone Falls plunge from a greater height than that of Niagra Falls.

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Outdoor Activities in Idaho

Idaho is 83,574 square-miles of outdoor recreation heaven, yet its population is slightly less than 1.4 million.

Known for its whitewater rivers, Idaho has licensed and bonded professional outfitters to take you on the ride of your life on the famous Middle Fork of the Salmon River or a more serene float on the Upper Main Salmon. Enjoy a mellow afternoon ride through downtown on the Boise River or head north to the Payette River for a more exciting run. You can jet boat over the rapids through Hells Canyon from either Hells Canyon Dam on the southern end or Lewiston to the north.

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Cities in Idaho

Idaho is a state with a small-town, friendly nature. The population of its largest community, Boise, is just over 205,000 and the next largest, Nampa has a population of more than 81,500 people. Meridian follows with over 75,000 residents and Pocatello’s population stands at 54,000. Idaho communities are rooted in nature, most of them with a history tied to agriculture, ranching, mining or timber. As some of these resource-based communities experienced economic hard times, many turned to tourism.  Read More

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