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Idaho travel vacations are fun to plan:  here are some great destinations and trip ideas.

Summer outdoor enthusiasts will find over 3000 miles of whitewater rivers, more than any other state, as well as great hiking, fishing, horseback riding, and hunting.

Winter lovers will enjoy skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, sleighriding, skating and more.

Unique to Idaho are Hell’s Canyon, the Sawtooth Mountains-including Mt. Borah, Idaho’s highest peak, and Magic Valley.

You can soak in Native American culture of the Shoshone and Bannock tribes, the Nez Perce, and learn about Sakakawea (spelled Sacagawea by LewIdaho is truly the land of adventure. 

is and Clark) a woman of the Lemhi-Shoshoni tribe who interpreted for the Lewis and Clark expedition, both while at the end of her pregnancy and with a new born infant in tow.

The Lewis and Clark Expedition crossed the Continental Divide at Lemhi Pass on August 12, 1805, at the current border of Idaho and Montana.

Idaho’s largest city, Boise with a population over 189,000 is also the capital.  Fun things to do include rodeos, marathons, bike racing, skiing, snow boarding and attending baseball games, horse races, hockey, basketball, the Boise Philharmonic Orchestra, Opera Idaho and Ballet Idaho, and the Basque Center.

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