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Add magnificent mountains, raging rivers and rich farmland and you have Idaho. From the depths of Hell’s Canyon in the North, to the healing natural thermal springs of Lava Hot Springs in the South – there’s lots of adventure in-between for Idaho travelers.
With spring comes clear roads from Southeastern Idaho to Yellowstone National Park. Charming gateway towns like Driggs are perfect for a day trip to the park. Boise, Idaho’s capital and largest city is flanked by the amazing Sawtooth Mountains and the Morley Nelson National Conservation Area to the south offers one of the world’s largest concentrations of birds of prey. Idaho is also home to Sun Valley, called America’s first ski resort, and the well-heeled town of Ketchum nearby. As spring warmth greens the landscape the area is ideal for hiking and biking.
Spring brings peak runoff to Northern lakes and rivers, Lake Couer d’Alene, Snake River and Salmon River among them – Idaho is an outdoor enthusiasts paradise. If you must - visit the Idaho Potato Museum in Blackfoot in honor of Idaho’s most famous product.