Before I moved to Idaho when someone mentioned Idaho I thought of this…
I was vaguely aware Idaho had more to offer than acres of potato fields, but even coming from the state next door (Montana) I didn’t really know what to expect.
Now, having lived in the West Central Mountains of Idaho for 10 years I know better. I am quite familiar with the tree-covered mountains, rushing rivers and beautiful valleys that make this state a recreationalist’s paradise. Consider this: 63 percent of the state’s land is public lands, and Idaho is the seventh least populated state. Nature abounds, but crowds do not!
Chances are you don’t have Idaho on the top of your vacation destinations list, but I’m telling you it’s no small potatoes! Not convinced? Check out this video from our 2019 Montana-Idaho-Washington Biking Adventure and consider joining us in 2020!