Category: Travel Guides

  • Stand Up Paddle Boarding

    There’s no other way to say it: stand up paddle boarding, also known as SUP, is hot.

  • Smiths Ferry

    An hour north of Boise, the canyon widens and the river relaxes. Sandbar islands host ducks, geese, and eagles. Cabins peak through the forest canopy, smoke curling up from their chimneys.

  • Hotel McCall

    What if you want the comfort and privacy of a hotel room, but the authenticity of room sharing? Locally-owned Hotel McCall, founded in 1897, is the answer. It is designed and managed in a way that invites exploration and an authentic experience of McCall.

  • Jughandle Mountain

    Hiking in the cool, pine-scented mountain air and sunshine has a certain magic that refreshes the soul, and Jughandle Mountain is just the place to find that rejuvenation.

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    HWY 55 Guide

    Embark on the quintessential Idaho adventure road trip along Hwy 55 — a fun drive you shouldn’t pass up!

  • Brundage Mountain Biking

    Whether you’re into thrillin’ or chillin’, Brundage has a mountain bike adventure that fits.

  • Whitewater Guide

    Famous whitewater for big time adventure, and big time fun! No experience needed to create a completely unforgettable experience.

  • Music Guide

    Indie rock, bluegrass, country… Southwest Idaho music festivals have it all, often in unforgettable settings.

  • Golf Guide

    Whether it’s narrow mountain fairways or expansive desert greens, Southwest Idaho’s golf courses have a setting — and challenge — for anyone.

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