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Idaho offers a 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 all that Idaho has to offer. Raft the famous Salmon River, coined the River of No Return, ski Sun Valley, climb the City of Rocks or fish for more than 40 species of game fish at Henry’s Fork.

Dining in Idaho
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. Search our database or check out our list of the Hot 10 restaurants in Idaho.
Red Feather Lounge in Boise

Bar H Bar Ranch
Hands on means just that at this working ranch, where no more than six guests at a time saddle quarter horses, brand cattle and ride parts of the old Oregon Trail. Prepare to rope little dogies rather than answer emails on 9,000 acres at the edge of the Caribou Cache National Forest.

Also, see Red Horse Mountain Ranch on our Top 10 Wild West Ranches list

The WaterBlue Spa at Shore Lodge
WaterBlue 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 these luxurious, organic treatments. It's all part of the WaterBlue Spa at Shore Lodge's calming, holistic and individualistic approach to reviving your mind and restoring your body.

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(Updated: 10/09/13 CT)

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