This region is without a doubt, the high country of Idaho. Famous for the World Class Skiing of “Sun Valley”, fishing in “Red Fish Lake,” the “Sawtooth National Recreation Area,” mountain biking in “The Sawtooth Wilderness Area” and the Salmon River’s rafting!
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Idaho Falls boasts of their Aquatic Center. Jefferson County has the Farnsworth TV & Pioneer Museum. Heise Hot Springs in Ririe offers 105 degree mineral hot baths. Don’t miss traveling along the popular loop tour of the Teton Scenic By-way and adjacent Mesa Falls Scenic By-way.
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World-class golf, and bicycle trails abound. Take a self-guided tour and drive the scenic Selkirk Loop. Be amazed at the beauty of Priest Lake, a hidden treasure. Tour the gold, silver and quartz mines located throughout the Silver Valley. This beautiful area of our state provides four, truly different Seasons, so visit us any time of the year.
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The beauty and accessibility to the rushing rivers of this region is something you will not want to miss. From college towns to Indian Reservations; National forests to Wilderness areas; it is all right here for you to enjoy
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This magic valley was created by the wonders of the Snake River. It grows the bulk of the states’ produce and provides a large quantity of the states’ dairies. Various reservoirs and lakes provide crystal clear waterfalls, fly-fishing, and wind surfing.
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Visit this National Reserve: “City of the Rocks,” and Idaho’s own National Monument: “Crater’s Of The Moon.” For the winter sports enthusiast, visit “Pebble Creek.” Hiking and mountain biking are all part of this remarkable region.
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You will find numerous produce festivals and farmers markets due to the abundance of cherries, apples, pears, and peaches. A great place to discover your own unique piece of Idaho. Click through the images below: