Floating the lazy, (mostly) flat river stretches in Southwest Idaho offers a chill alternative to whitewater rafting. Spend half a day with friends or the family blissfully adrift without a care in the world.
Beginners Guide to Idaho
Live Every Day Like It's A Weekend.
Few places are still as wild and free as the mountains of Southwest Idaho. Hike. Bike. Boat. Camp. Or just enjoy the fresh air. It's all here.
Go With the Flow in Southwest Idaho.
Lakes and rivers mean good times and lasting memories. In the summer it's boating, rafting, fishing. In the winter, cross-country skiing and even ice-fishing. Four seasons of fun.
Find wildflowers and wilder adventures.
Here, you can spend the morning fishing, the afternoon kayaking, and the evening sipping a little something around the campfire or around a white tablecloth.
A city that makes it hard to just sit.
There's a reason so many national publications, bloggers, and Instagrammers are talking up Boise: there's lots to talk up. Good eats. Great nightlife. And biking, hiking and hanging out with friendly locals make it hard to keep quiet about.
Foothills fun: hiking, biking, birding.
Out here, just steps away from Boise's urban center, you'll find nearly 200 miles of trails. Find a scenic vista, thrilling downhill or hidden oasis to make your own.
Peace & quiet, yes. Boredom, no.
Explore crags and caves. Fish for blue-ribbons browns and 'bows. Or try you hand at sand surfing. It's here, in Southwest Idaho's desert region.
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