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Places to see in Idaho

American treasure land Idaho is fast emerging as premiere holiday destination. The mountains covered with trees, pristine lakes, large open landscape areas, vibrant cities are dotted all through the state. Idaho is a logger's boot shaped state. The state is ranked 14th largest state overall but smallest Rocky Mountain state. The state is popularly nicknamed as the "Gem of the Mountains".

Idaho is lodged with many diverse landscapes; these may be fast rivers, evergreen forests, steep waterfalls, canyons, plateaus, and lakes. We here give an insight on the places that are must see in Idaho.

Places to see in Idaho


Boise is a beautiful city which is the capital of Idaho. It is the largest city of the state. Boise is popular as the City of Trees. It is a perfect blend of conventional and non-traditional attractions which are enough to attract tourists. The attractions in Boise includes museums like Basque Museum, Cultural Center, Morrison-Knudsen Nature Center, Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial, Idaho Black History Museum and the World Center for Birds of Prey.

Sun Valley:

Sun Valley is the great ski resort in the nest of mountains and pastures. The healthy green valley has the best snow in the state. There is a ski school that is a quality place to learn skiing from experienced instructors.

Coeur d'Alene:

It is the city in the lap of mountains and lakes. 30 miles long Lake Coeur d'Alene, in the north of the city offers breathtaking visuals and crystal blue water for water skiing, parasailing and fishing.

Twin Falls:

Twin Falls has important institution like the College of Southern Idaho, distinctly designed Perrine Memorial Bridge etc. which are tourist attractions.

Snake River Canyon:

The large Snake River flows across the state. The canyon came into spotlight when the famous stuntman Evel Knievel attempted to jump the canyon on his rocket motorcycle.

Yellowstone National Park:

The grandiose Yellowstone National Park is spectacular place to enjoy your day. The park has colours spread all round and it is filled with hot springs, geysers, and fumaroles.

Sawtooth National Recreation Area:

It is the largest national recreation area in southern Idaho. The Sawtooth National Forest is a heaven for adventurous people; here they can go for hiking, camping and skiing. Being here is simply fun for the whole family.


Stanley is a picturesque playground surrounded by Sawtooth Mountains. It is like heaven on earth.

National Historic Park:

The park is located along riverside of Snake River. It is a calm camping option. A lot of entertaining like horseback riding, hiking and biking, makes this a must visit for sporty person and campers.

There are pheasants, quails, chakras, hawks, geese, ducks, owls and cottontail rabbits within the park for wildlife lovers.

Priest Lake:

Stunning landscape area around Priest Lake is a visitor's attraction. The unblemished surroundings make Priest Lake a premiere place to enjoy nature.

State park:

State Park is the place for the person who loves fishing, likes bird-watching, camping, hiking or swimming. Visitors climb the dunes and explore unique attractive features of the park.