The Southwest Idaho Travel Association (SWITA) is in search of photos and videos featuring the landscapes, activities, and people of our region.
Stretching from the city of Eagle to the north to Lucky Peak Reservoir in the south, the Boise front foothills — or simply “the Foothills” — serve as a backdrop for Boise and the surrounding areas.
What about the things that are off the beaten path — the stuff that tourists never see? With over 15,000 square miles to explore, there’s more to Southwest Idaho than meets the eye. And we’ve got the rundown on how to experience it all like a local.
When the urge to shut off your phone, pack up the car, and search for big skies becomes unbearable, Southwest Idaho will be waiting. There’s a haunting beauty to be discovered here.
Sure, Southwest Idaho is known as a haven for skiers and a magnet for snowmobilers, but that’s just the tip of the Idaho iceberg!
Boost your marketing budget with the help of the new SWITA member co-op advertising program.
Southwest Idaho has some of the most varied terrain on the planet. You name it, we’ve got it.
People all over the world visit the Sawtooth National Forest. As amazing as the Sawtooths are, it turns out that the journey to the Sawtooths is as much fun as the destination.
Some of the best eats in Idaho are tucked away off the beaten path. Time to make this day trip unforgettable.
Famous crags and hidden gems — Southwest Idaho has everything a climber could want and more. We’ll give you the lowdown so you can climb high.