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New Idaho Bed & Breakfast Map Shows Lodging Along Idaho Bike Routes

Who doesn’t enjoy the comforts of a nice soft bed and delicious home cooked breakfast? Did you know you could enjoy these comforts while biking through Idaho? You can, and it is easier than ever. The Idaho Bed & Breakfast Association (IBBA) has created a map that shows the state’s most popular bike routes and […]

#18 Summers – June Vacation Ideas

by Laurie McConnell, Idaho Tourism Staff The kids grow up so fast, and before you know it, they’ve moved on to college and careers. We really have just 18 summers to make those family memories. This idea hit home with me. I immediately started thinking about the few remaining summers I have with my boys […]

American Craft Beer Week Roadtrip to Fine Ales and Epic Recreation

You’ll begin your Mountain Craft Beer Trail tour in Boise—Idaho’s capital city. Urban comforts rest seamlessly against hundreds of miles of single track mountain bike and hiking trails in the Boise Foothills—the Treasure Valley’s buffer from the Rocky Mountains. Bisected by the peaceful waters of the Boise River, the Treasure Valley is the perfect starting […]

Mountain Bike Route Features Idaho’s Hot Springs

by Adventure Cycling Association What could be better than a relaxing soak in a hot spring after a mountain bike ride through spectacular scenery? If the combination sounds interesting, the Adventure Cycling Association’s new Idaho Hot Springs Mountain Bike Route might be just the experience you’re looking for. Its new two-map set guides cyclists through […]

Wow, Fat Bikes Rock!

by Steve Stuebner, Stueby’s Outdoor Journal blog You’ve probably noticed that Fat Bikes are becoming all the rage as a unique and robust human-powered vehicle for winter and summer recreation. I decided to rent an XL Salsa Mukluk 3 from Meridian Cycle last weekend, and I met up with a bunch of guys from McCall […]

Extend Fall Outdoor Activities in Idaho’s Low-Elevation Destinations

Posted by Andrew Mentzer Many recreationists retire their outdoor gear to storage at the first sign of cooler temperatures, despite the fact that the Gem State plays host to one of the most amenable fall seasons in the Northwest. This unfortunate reality is easily curbed—even for fair-weather sportsmen/women—with a visit to one of a myriad […]

Fall colors are popping throughout the mountains of Idaho; take a drive on our lovely scenic byways.

Reposted with permission from Steve Stuebner, Stueby’s Outdoor Journal The fall colors are just beginning to happen in the Treasure Valley. But in the mountains, the aspen trees are turning yellow and orange, the tamarack needles are turning yellow, the shrubs are turning orange and red, and this weekend would be a perfect time to […]

15 hours, 26 minutes and 20 seconds. What will you do on the first day of Summer?

Seeking adrenaline-pumping activities for the first day of summer?   On June 21st, we challenge you to Idaho’s Top 10. Jetboat on the Snake River in Hell’s Canyon, the deepest river gorge in North America.   2.    Scale 12,662-foot Mt. Borah, Idaho’s tallest peak. 3.  Own an air trike?  Go sky cruising in Sandpoint (voted  the […]

It’s ‘Great Outdoors’ in Idaho State Parks!

June is Great Outdoors Month, highlighting the benefits of the active, fun outdoors and our magnificent shared resources of forests, parks, refuges and other public lands and waters.  Idaho State Parks bring everything together, offering easy, affordable access to recreation and lodging so families can get out and explore the great outdoors. Here are just of […]

Top 10 Family Outings!

Whether you’re heading out for the July 4th holiday or looking ahead to the family vacation, here are some popular activities from around the Idaho. Northern Silverwood Theme Park, minutes north of Coeur d’Alene in Athol, is the Pacific Northwest’s largest theme park. Experience earth-shaking roller coasters, dazzling entertainment, Victorian charm and the fun-filled Boulder […]