September 2010
Monthly Archives

Take in Fall’s Foliage from the Hiawatha Trail

Fall is in full swing, so load up the family and bikes and spend the weekend exploring the Hiawatha Trail. Once a railroad track, this historic trail has 15 miles of easy to moderate terrain that ciclysts of all ages and levels will enjoy.  Bikers will cross through tunnels and over trestle bridges, and take in scenic […]

Glamour and Camping? Go Glamping!

Campers are trading hot dogs for haute cuisine in an emerging trend called glamping. A balance between glamour and camping, these excursions let glampers experience the great outdoors along with the finer things in life. Three elements distinguish glamping from old-school camping: 1.)    Cuisine: On its luxury river trips, Idaho Rafting Outfitters Far and Away […]

Ever Been Ziplining?

A zip line is a cable traverse strung above the ground. Zipline companies let thrill-seekers strap securely onto the cables and then soar through the air at speeds up to 40 miles per hour, flying over the treetops and catching a unique view of Idaho’s scenery. The only thing propelling riders is momentum, so the tours are […]

Fall is prime time for fly fishing on Idaho’s blue-ribbon trout streams

In mid-September, Idaho’s trout get restless and hungry as the fall spawning season kicks in during the perfect days of Indian summer, making it a great time fly fish in places like Silver Creek, Hemingway’s favorite haunt near Sun Valley, or perhaps the Middle Fork of the Salmon River near Stanley and the Coeur d’Alene […]