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.
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.
From the moment I step in the snowcat, I know the meal I am about to have will be special. How many dinners start with a twilight ride up the face of a mountain?
When people say Boise State University’s blue football field is the school’s trademark, it’s not just a metaphor.
[text] Caldwell is a town in transition, from a small frontier settlement to a burgeoning bedroom community that just so happens to produce some of Idaho’s best food and wine. It’s known for world-class destination wineries and a world-class rodeo. But it’s also home to rural backroads, a revitalized downtown core, and so much more….
Meridian is one of the fastest-growing cities in the US. With theme parks, shopping plazas and a growing culinary scene, this town has grown to be a lot more than what it used to be.
With 400+ bands and 50+ venues, Treefort still remains a festival that’s “cool, but doesn’t know it’s cool.”
For three magical days each summer — usually over Labor Day weekend — Boise skies fill with fanciful balloons.