• Where to Float in SW Idaho

    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.

  • Greenbelt Wine Ride

    When most people think of Idaho Wines these days, they think of the Sunny Slope region, a rural enclave about 35 minutes west of Boise that’s home to some of the area’s most established wineries.

  • Cascade Raft & Kayak

    Cascade Raft & Kayak has been in the business of fun for three decades. All of it interwoven with the Long family who, for three generations now, has learned every ripple and meander of the Payette River.

  • 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.

  • Nampa’s Warhawk Air Museum

    The Warhawk Air Museum takes visitors of all ages on a personal journey through flight.

  • Treefort Puppet-Tree

    In an aging warehouse about a mile west of where Treefort Music Fest will be held in Boise, ID, a giant peacock takes shape.

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