One of the largest and most magnificent NRAs in the U.S.Located in Idaho’s North Central Region.
Enjoy riding on one of Idaho’s 19,000 miles of great bike trails, including the US’s most scenic trail, the “Route of the Hiawatha,” in North Idaho.
Take a tasting tour through Idaho Snake River Valley AVA wineries and vineyards, which consistently craft award-winning wines.
Set up camp in Eastern Idaho-the less crowded next-door-neighbor to Yellowstone and Teton National Parks.
From mild to wild, Idaho has over 3,300 whitewater river miles - more than any other state in the lower 48.
Interested in historic sites, wildlife sightings, and breathtaking sights? Idaho’s 30 scenic, historic and back-country byways make any road trip a “wow” experience.
Welcome to Idaho — one of America’s most rural, heavily forested and scenically diverse states;
a place that’s unhurried, unspoiled and unassuming. Idaho has 7 adventure filled travel regions offering great camping, fun things to do and friendly helpful people.
Click below for detailed map and a link to each region’s official travel information website.
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