Yellow Pine is one of those off-the-beaten-path destinations that charms you. There’s the great outdoors, of course — it’s situated east of McCall in Idaho’s West Central Mountains — but there’s also events, history, and a charming downtown.
Each summer, the Yellow Pine Music and Harmonica Festival fills the town with musicians and fans eager to take in small-town mountain life along with the tunes.
Available amenities: Grocery store.
Whether you’re gliding through pockets of pristine powder, snowshoeing through frozen forests, or curling up in a cozy lodge, these three mountains deliver the ultimate winter adventure.
Ride through 500+ miles of deserts, forests, and total wilderness. From the Payette National Forest to the Owyhee wilderness, Southwest Idaho has one of the largest OHV (off-highway vehicle) trail networks in the Northwest.