offers an ideal refuge for adventure-seekers and outdoor enthusiasts.
Alongside numerous cultural and historic attractions,
there are more than 35 million acres of public land (70 percent of the
state’s territory) for skiers, fishermen,
hunters, campers, hikers, mountain bikers and rock climbers
to enjoy. Raft the famous
Salmon River (coined the River of No Return) ski Sun
Valley, climb the City of Rocks or cast for more than
40 species of game fish at Henry’s Fork.
REST YOUR HEAD
Sun Valley Lodge The Sun Valley Lodge is undergoing a complete makeover and is set to reopen June 2015. The transformation includes 94 new guest rooms, a state-of-the-art fitness center and yoga studio, new restaurants, lounges and more.
DINING IN IDAHO
Restaurant Reviews Statewide From contemporary cuisine in Boise's Red Feather Lounge to casual pub fare and après-ski cocktails at Ketchum’s Whiskey Jacques, you’ll find a variety of restaurants to appease your appetite after a day of touring, hiking or skiing.
The Cove Spa at Shore Lodge After answering the call of the wild and enjoying the idyllic mountain wilderness of McCall, Idaho, respond to the inner cry for relaxation with luxurious, organic treatments. It's all part of the The Cove Spa at Shore Lodge's calming, holistic and individualistic approach to reviving your mind and restoring your body.
TOP 10 WILD WEST RANCHES Red Horse Mountain Ranch Enjoying the great outdoors is the philosophy of this Idaho ranch with plenty of activities offered for your pleasure. Guests are given their own horse and saddle for a week and can explore the grounds solo or on a guided tour. Have fun riding, fishing, hiking, kayaking and more.
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