By Genevieve Rowles
This advisor explores the activities on supply in Idaho, comparable to snowboarding, dog-sledding, mountaineering, wildflower recognizing and swimming in mountain lakes. It provides accomplished insurance of ski components, with info on travel operators and explores attractions and sights in significant cities and towns.
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Some say the hiking and skiing are better on the Idaho side than on the heavily hyped Wyoming side. And you can count on more solitude. Potato fields blanket the area around Idaho Falls; sheep graze to the north. A pocket of undulating hills in the southeast corner of the state provides a study in contrasts: neat Mormon agricultural towns, funky Lava Hot Springs, Bear Lake with its windsurfers and waterskiers, Fort Hall Indian Reservation's tax-free shops. West of I-15, the topography echoes the high deserts and rocky outcroppings of Utah and Nevada.
Lodgings and eateries of special interest and/or historical value are included in this book on the premise that they belong under the ''adventure" heading. Others, especially bed and breakfast inns and some chain motels, are listed for your convenience. The area contacts given under each region can be used as sources for complete accommodation and dining options. There is no way you can take in all of Idaho in one gulp. Even if you narrow your trip to a single adventure, say backpacking, informed choices are vital.
An example is tiny Almo, gateway to the City of Rocks, also known as rock climbers' heaven. Idaho's bed and breakfast inns range from a couple of spiffed-up spare bedrooms in someone's home to luxury digs. Breakfasts vary from continental to downhome hearty to Western gourmet (an oxymoron, perhaps). Idaho boasts few luxury resorts. Most accommodations are B&Bs, motels /hotels built within the last decade, or rustic cabins. A few historic hotels are stand-outs. Prices vary widely. High season lodgings can be pricey in popular Coeur d'Alene and trendy Ketchum/Sun Valley.
Adventure Guide to Idaho (Hunter Travel Guides) by Genevieve Rowles