And then we visited, and I fell in love. What?? How did we not know any of this? Traveling in Idaho surprised us in so many ways!
Did you know that Yellowstone National Park is also in Idaho? And just a short drive from the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming is the Teton Valley in Idaho. It’s the Idaho side of this magnificent Grand Teton Mountain Range.
Having just over 60% of an entire state federally protected is a BIG deal and one of the reasons Idaho is so pristine and full of outdoor adventure.
The impressive and lunar-like Craters of the Moon National Monument is a fantastic place to learn this tale and see it firsthand.
Idaho has hundreds of natural hot springs – more than any other state – thanks to the natural fault line running underneath it.
A scenic byway is a road that exhibits one of more six qualities – scenic, natural historic, recreational, archeological, or cultural – that contributes to a unique travel experience.