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A day in Twin Falls would likely start with crossing one of the most iconic bridges in the greater Northwest, the Perrine Bridge. Boasting incredible views over the Snake River and the Snake River Canyon, the bridge offers overlooks ideal for pulling over and taking out the camera. Find pathways ideal for exploration with interpretive signage with additional information on the area and a little about the history that helped make this city great. The Perrine Bridge is famous among outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy base jumping and revel in witnessing the incredible feats accomplished while conquering the vast open air. When passing by or traveling along the bridge, many may effortlessly witnesses this fun-filled accomplishment and display while simply…

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In the Bitterroot Mountains and the county seat of Shoshone County, Idaho, Wallace, Idaho, was initially established as a mining community in the Idaho Panhandle. Set up in 1884, Wallace sits snugly between the South Fork of the pristine waters of Coeur d'Alene River alongside what is now (Interstate 90). The town's population soared to high's nearing 4,000 in 1940 and settled to around 784 residents nearly a hundred years later.

Traveling to the area from the neighboring state of Montana (along Interstate 90), travelers might take notice of the significant presence of homes dotted across the Bitterroot mountainside. These extraordinary mountain homes and its surroundings experience four distinct seasons, including a dazzling snowy winter.…

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Nestled in the heart of the beautiful Magic Valley, Hagerman is a southern gem built around flourishing aquaculture. The presence of geothermal water that flows through the town makes it an ideal location to practice this kind of unique farming. With millions of fish spawning from this area every year, Hagerman stands as one of the world's largest trout producers, accounting for roughly 70% of U.S. domestic trout production in Idaho alone. The mild weather and abundance of open water year-round make the valley an optimal stopping point for migrating waterfowl as well as an excellent destination for a variety of water sports. Discover all that this area has to offer, from gushing waterfalls, prehistoric fossil beds, pristine hot springs to beautiful…

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Immerse yourself in Idaho's deeply-rooted history and diverse culture on display at various top-rated museums scattered throughout the state. Explore everything from historical museums to facilities dedicated to the strange and unusual. Take a day to check out some of the eclectic collections and informative exhibits showcasing the different puzzle pieces that makeup Idaho's history. Below are a few popular museum destinations bound to spark curiosity and leave guests inspired after a day well spent learning about the Gem State.

Museum of Idaho

Idaho Falls

The Museum of Idaho takes visitors back in time to reveal the origins of Idaho's cultural and natural history. Host to a nationally recognized rotating array of traveling exhibits, the…

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Idaho is full of miles of uncultivated land and incredible scenic routes that make their way throughout the beautiful backcountry of the state. An adventure's paradise, Idaho is home to at least 34+/- marked scenic byways that tour the natural landscapes and lead to popular destinations. Discover rugged mountains, millions of acres of wilderness, towering peaks, and crystal blue alpine lakes and rivers to explore at your own pace. Whether you enjoy an immersive wilderness experience or capturing Idaho's unspoiled beauty from afar, the scenery is sure to exceed expectations!

Northern Idaho

Idaho's natural beauty and unique geological features set it apart from any other state. To the north, you can find an incredible selection of alpine summits…

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So, you’ve finally done it, you’ve bought your dream home -- complete with all the trappings and features that you’ve ever dreamed of. You’ve gone through the rigmarole to buy or build the home and now, with it finally full of your boxes and luggage, you start to unpack though soon that is over and everything has its place. This then brings you to the next challenge of coming into your dream home, decorating. Decorating can be quite a chore. Pictures, figurines, paintings, and other such decorations can be expensive, especially if you are buying them all in one fell swoop. Not to mention it can be a bit nerve-wracking to bring things home over and over again to see how they fit overall. But eventually, you will have it complete and it will be…

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An often-overlooked city only about 45 minutes from Boise is the historic Idaho City. It is beautiful, filled with rich history, and has so much to offer. It is a great place to escape from your troubles from the week, and it is located within the mountains and through the trees. Experience the history and beauty of this small town through tours, museums, dining experiences, old-time photoshops, and more. Whatever it is you end up participating in over in Idaho City, it is sure to be fun.

Idaho City offers you the experience to step back in time. Have you ever wanted to know more about America’s Wild West, particularly how Idaho was involved in America’s frontier and gold rush? Well, this is the place to go.

History

Back in 1862, Idaho City…

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Idaho has been one of the quieter states, often being confused with Iowa and Ohio, and more on the radar of outdoor enthusiasts who have long enjoyed Idaho’s geographical treasures, than the standard American. But the gem state is being recognized more and more often for its livability. With jobs coming to the state every year, towns all over the state of Idaho are seeing an increase in population, cultural, and employment opportunities.

Idaho's three largest and fastest-growing cities are Boise, Nampa, and Meridian. Boise is the capital city of Idaho, and it has seen a revitalization in the past several years, due in part, to the many opportunities residents of this area enjoy. Downtown Boise itself has become a bustling center for activities…

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The list of reasons people move to Boise is seemingly endless, though, there are a few common themes that seem to make the mark for the top ten reasons people move to this wonderfully scenic location. What makes Boise, Idaho one of the top mid-sized cities to live in? Boise is one of the last great western cities left and is set by the beautiful foothills of the Rocky Mountains, drowning in a sea of luscious trees. Boise is filled with character and history, and being one of the only secluded metropolitans in the country, it's developed its own unique culture and vibrancy you won't find anywhere else. With one of the most livable urban city cultures set upon a rural backdrop that provides countless recreational opportunities for everyone, Boise is…

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As many things draw our attention to one destination or another, there is undoubtedly one apparent reason for making Idaho home for many. That is the natural beauty found in the surrounding areas. In fact, anyone who might be considering a move to Idaho may come to find that living in Idaho creates an opportunity for checking out four of America's most incredible national parks. Who knows! You may be considering making a move, and one of these parks may end up being your favorite way to spend time. Idaho is home to countless stunning landscapes, and the national parks are no exception. Discover seemingly endless terrain packed with fascinating landforms, critters, and creatures, as well as room to roam ideal for the avid explorer. 

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