Cities in the Mountain Region
Summer in McCall
Think about the ultimate summer you wanted to have as a kid: afternoons out on the lake, giant ice cream cones, long bike rides and hikes through the woods.
You’re never too old to experience the best summer ever. In McCall, Idaho, you can find all these adventures — and more.Learn More
Set along the gorgeous (and enormous!) Lake Cascade, this small mountain is big on charm and adventure. Spend the weekend fishing, mountain biking, boating off-roading, or just doing nothing at all. And when you’re done, come back to town for a great meal or a movie.Learn More
Tucked in against the Payette River exists the southwest Idaho paradise of Garden Valley. The short 45 min drive north of Idaho’s capital city takes you away from the concrete jungle and welcomes you with astonishing views along the river and access to mountains, hot springs, and wildlife.Learn More
Things to Do in Tamarack
At Tamarack, a 4-season mountain resort located between Cascade and Donnelly, every season brings new adventures to experience — and we’ve put together the ultimate guide to make the most of it.Learn More
A 4-Day Winter Visit to McCall
Welcome to McCall, Southwest Idaho’s winter wonderland. Here, the adventures don’t stop when winter hits, so we’ve put together a 4-day visit full of skiing, snowmobiling, hot springs and more.
Idaho whitewater isn’t just for thrill seekers – it’s for everyone, no matter their ages.
HWY 55 Guide
Hwy 55 — the essential Idaho road trip that takes you from sandy desert to green mountain views.
Summer Weekend Guide to McCall
You’re never too old to experience the best summer ever. In McCall, Idaho, you can find all these adventures — and more.
11 Fishing Holes in Southwest Idaho
All you can hear is the sound of the river, the wind and the birds as you cast a line into the clear water.
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.