Adventure Guide to Idaho (Hunter Travel Guides) by Genevieve Rowles

By Genevieve Rowles

This advisor explores the activities on provide in Idaho, comparable to snowboarding, dog-sledding, climbing, wildflower recognizing and swimming in mountain lakes. It offers complete insurance of ski parts, with info on journey operators and explores points of interest and sights in significant cities and towns.

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This book lists both guided and self-generated trips. On Water Whitewater Rafting, Kayaking, Canoeing, Jet Boat & Lake Excursions, Sailing, Fishing & Diving With few exceptions, if you can do it on water, you can do it in Idaho. It may seem a stretch for a land-locked state to make that claim, but it's a fact. Idaho has 3,100 river miles, more than any other state. These rivers, and the canyons through which they course, are legendary. Some have been designated Wild and Scenic Rivers. Many test the mettle and skills of rafters and kayakers.

Rivers, too. Not roistering rivers like the Snake plunging through Hells Canyon, but lazy canoe-friendly rivers. This is silver and logging country, home to crusty miners and fun-loving descendants of Finnish loggers. Idaho is too big, too varied, to digest in a single foray. Add the you can't-get-there-from-here situation caused by the wilderness areas, and it's best to savor it in bites. Choose your bite for the adventures that appeal, according to the people and/or history that spark your curiosity, and for scenery that sends your spirit soaring.

Idaho 55, the Payette River Scenic Byway, heads north from Boise through McCall, ending at the US 95 junction in New Meadows. Central Idaho's Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness and the Selway Bitterroot Wilderness sit in the center of the state, hugging the eastern border and thus blocking north-south travel within Idaho. From time to time, Panhandle residents get into a snit over what they perceive as their ''step-child" relationship with the rest of the state, fulminating about secession movements that never go anywhere.

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