In this guide, we’ll take you on a journey from the Owyhee desert’s southernmost, wildest landscapes all the way to the northern edge of the region
In this travel guide, we’ve compiled some of the best ways to adventure safely and responsibly in Southwest Idaho.
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.
Pristine waters. Casting into a cool mountain creek. Angling is the perfect way to disconnect from the everyday and reconnect with the great outdoors.
From the dramatic peaks to chilling in the streets, we’ve got eight unmissable experiences that belong on your bucket list.
Back in the 1800s, Boise was an important stop along the Oregon Trail. It was the only trade post for miles, and many died just trying to get here.
From haunted corn mazes to Boise State football games, we’ve outlined our top 10 favorite things to do in the fall in Southwest Idaho.
The most acclaimed wineries in the Northwest, the best whitewater in the country, the tallest sand dune in North America…All of it is in Southwest Idaho.
Jaialdi — a huge neighborhood block party where tens of thousands of people from around the world gather together for Basque food, sports, dancing and nonstop fun.
1. Hit the road.
2. Explore the wilderness.
3. Sleep in your home-away-from-home.