Written by guest blogger Steve Stuebner Everyone knows about renting the Idaho City Park n’ Ski Area yurts in the winter, but not so much in the summer. To give folks an incentive, the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation has dropped the price of yurt rentals by $30 for weekends and week days, meaning […]
The state of Idaho is widely regarded as one the nation’s best-kept skiing secrets. But an even greater secret is that the same resorts that offer premier alpine and Nordic skiing are also home to world-class mountain bike terrain for riders of every skill level. From remote mountain single tracks to desert back roads, Idaho […]
Produced by guest vlogger Jennifer Isenhart. One of the great beneﬁts of working for a production company that specializes in high deﬁnition outdoor and recreation footage is when a beautiful spring day rolls around,you can grab a camera and your mountain bike and go do some “work.” Last week, our Director of Photography, Tom Hadzor […]
Written by guest blogger Lisa D. Jenkins. I like to ride my bicycle. It’s a shiny, bright blue and cream colored retro-style beach cruiser with a bell on the handlebars. It matches me. My bike and I are happy on the Lewiston Levee and the Clarkston Greenbelt bike paths, both on the banks of the […]
Written by Danielle Gruden Lately the abundance of rain has over-taken my ability to participate in outdoor splendor. Living in Idaho and being trapped inside is like being put in a cage; staring out to the pristine wonderment that awaits to be turned into a day’s adventure. Cabin fever becomes a life threatening situation. Alas, […]
Family vacations should be inexpensive and extra-adventurous. In Idaho, a “family vacation” means a no-stress, low-cost adventure that parents and kids of all ages will never forget. Before planning your family’s trip to the Gem State, consider incorporating a few of our top-10 family-friendly adventures into your itinerary. Fun times will follow.