August 2010
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Seeing Heaven in Hell’s Canyon

The following entry is from guest blogger and Idaho adventure-seeker, Bradley Norton: The van took us confidently from the last peak down into the Canyon toward Pittsburgh Landing. Kelly, our tour guide, was driving. Because she had lived for years on a ranch above the small village of White Bird, she had become a particular […]

Forget the Ocean. Bungee Surfing lets Wave-seekers Ride Idaho’s Rivers

Sure, Idaho is landlocked. But that hasn’t stopped some creative entrepreneurs in the state from inventing a method of riding waves. Or in the case of bungee surfing, rapids. Bungee surfing allows sports enthusiasts to “ride the river.” The activity involves a bungee cord that extends to 200 ft. and is attached to the front […]

Visit Idaho’s Weekend Roundup

The weekend’s almost here! Here’s just a hint of what’s happening throughout the state so you can start planning and get your mind right for a fantastic first weekend of August! 1. Boise Beer Fest: It’s going to be a scorcher of a weekend, so you might as well roll or stroll on down to […]

Yellowpine Harmonica Festival

Make plans to head to Yellowpine August 6-8 for the legendary Yellowpine Harmonica Festival! With a population of approximately 35, this little “town” is tucked on the edge of the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness, the largest federally protected wilderness area in the lower 48 states. The concert festivities begin Friday afternoon with […]