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Hiking through breathtaking mountainous scenery, cruising across enchanting lakes, exploring deep canyons, and listening to the thunderous rush of falls—this is just some of what you can expect when you visit the inspiring state of Idaho. The timeless landscape of the Northwest provides an abundance of outdoor pursuits to enjoy and stunning vistas to appreciate. Aside from all that the countryside has to offer, the vibrant cities of Idaho host scores of outstanding attractions, excellent restaurants, and unique shopping opportunities.

Hotels in Idaho


When planning to travel to Idaho, you’ll discover it has an extensive choice of lodgings available for almost every type of traveler, with the majority of hotels being 2- and 3-star. In the big cities, you’ll find accommodation ranges from modest motels to 3-star establishments. One of the best 3-star hotels in Idaho is The Riverside Hotel Boise, which boasts a swimming pool, fitness center, and a choice of restaurants. You can also find many 4-star hotels in Idaho, such as the Blackwell Hotel, which has fantastic amenities and receives some of the best hotel reviews in Idaho.

Things to see in Idaho


The state capital, Boise, is one of the top destinations for those visiting Idaho. A place of culture, it has many museums to visit, such as the Old Idaho Penitentiary (the former, and by some accounts haunted, prison). There are beautiful parks and gardens, and being at the base of the Rockies, you can expect plenty of outdoor activities. For more of the great outdoors, pay a visit to Hells Canyon. Other than surveying the incredible scenery, there’s plenty of recreation available for the intrepid traveler, whether it’s hiking through the rugged hills, taking an exhilarating ride through the rapids, or relaxing with some fishing. For some winter fun, try one of the many ski resorts found in Idaho, such as Sun Valley. With a skiable area of 2,154 acres, 121 runs, and fantastic après-ski, it has everything you could ever need for an action-packed winter vacation.

Where to stay in Idaho


Coeur d’Alene is a popular place to stay in Idaho, and it’s not hard to see why. With Idaho being known as the Gem State, Coeur d’Alene Lake might be considered the most precious gem of all, providing picturesque scenery and lots of water sports and activities. The city itself is full of great shops, superb restaurants, and lots of entertainment. Another great option is Idaho Falls. Snake River winds its way through the city, affording gorgeous scenery and providing the perfect place to enjoy a stroll. The city of Boise is another top choice. It’s packed full of exceptional attractions, including museums, microbreweries, and beautiful areas of nature.

How to get to Idaho


Catching a flight is a good way to reach Idaho. Boise Airport is the main point of entry if visiting the south, and Spokane International Airport is ideal when visiting the north. There are also several smaller airports, such as Friedman Memorial Airport, which is perfect for those visiting Sun Valley. Alternatively, there are several interstates should you choose to travel by car. In the north, Interstate 90 connects Idaho with Washington in the west and Montana in the east. In the south, Interstate 84 provides the best way to reach Idaho from Oregon in the east, or Utah in the south.

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