Idaho adventure travel should be near the top of your list. It’s surprising status of being relatively undiscovered is great for us who like to experience the wild when in wilderness. On your adventure, you could encounter a wide variety of wildlife including mule deer, elk and moose to grizzly bears, mountain lions and even wolves. It’s famous rivers are popular destinations for outdoor enthusiasts, but they’re protected, meaning that permits for anglers and rafters are hard to come by.
Lots of Public Land
Idaho doesn’t have many national parks when compared to other states in the Western US, but nearly 70% of the state’s land is managed by the federal government for public use. So if you love the outdoors, you should add Idaho to your list of places to explore.With so much to explore, it’s no wonder Boise is always on the list of top cities for people who love the outdoors and have an active lifestyle.