10 Best Places To Visit In Idaho


Idaho's capital city offers a vibrant urban experience with a rich cultural scene, including museums, galleries, and excellent dining options. Don't miss the Boise River Greenbelt for outdoor recreation.



A premier destination for outdoor enthusiasts, Sun Valley is renowned for its world-class skiing in winter and fantastic hiking, biking, and fishing opportunities in the summer.


Sun Valley: 

Nestled beside a beautiful lake, Coeur d'Alene boasts stunning natural scenery, a charming downtown area, and recreational activities such as boating, golfing, and exploring nearby national forests.


Coeur d'Alene: 

A paradise for nature lovers, this area features jagged mountain peaks, pristine lakes, and numerous trails for hiking, camping, fishing, and wildlife viewing.


Sawtooth National Recreation Area: 

Often called the "Niagara of the West," Shoshone Falls is a spectacular natural wonder located on the Snake River, offering breathtaking views and picnic areas.


Shoshone Falls: 

Deeper than the Grand Canyon, Hell's Canyon is a dramatic landscape carved by the Snake River, perfect for thrilling adventures like whitewater rafting, jet boating, and hiking.


Hell's Canyon: 

Explore a unique volcanic landscape filled with cinder cones, lava tubes, and vast lava fields, providing an otherworldly experience unlike any other.


Craters of the Moon National Monument: 

Situated along the Snake River, Idaho Falls offers scenic river walks, a charming downtown area, and attractions like the Idaho Falls Zoo and the Museum of Idaho.


Idaho Falls: 

Fun for the whole family, Silverwood is the largest theme park in the Pacific Northwest, featuring thrilling rides, water slides, and entertainment options.


Silverwood Theme Park: 

This picturesque lake is perfect for boating, fishing, and water sports, with its crystal-clear waters surrounded by lush forests and scenic landscapes.


Lake Coeur d'Alene: 

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