Idaho Travel Guide2022-12-09T16:17:35-07:00

Idaho Travel Guide

Idaho is epic. And as a local Idahoan, I’m excited to share this under-the-radar state with you!

For those of you new to my site, I grew up in Idaho, lived in San Francisco for 6 years, and then moved back to Idaho after traveling the world for a year.

I’m now living in Boise, but honestly, while I was gone and wasn’t living here, I ALWAYS missed the laid-back atmosphere, the people, and the ease of getting to lakes, rivers, and mountains.

Because I love Idaho so much and want everyone to get a chance to visit in their lives, I’ve created this guide to share all of my tips and guides with you!

Idaho is full of mountains

Come say hi and follow along with my adventures on Instagram and Tiktok!

Idaho Facts

  • Residents: 1.9M
  • Capital city: Boise, Idaho
  • The highest elevation: Mount Borah at 12,662 feet
  • Bordering states Oregon, Washington, Nevada, Utah, Montana, Wyoming, and a bit of Canada!
  • Idaho topography: The Bitterroot Range of the Rocky Mountains covers most of central and northern Idaho, the Snake River Plains cover most of Southern Idaho, and the Caribou Range of the Rockies is in the southeastern part of Idaho. The two largest rivers are the Snake River and the Salmon River. 
  • Known for potatoes and home to the largest potato in the world!
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