Situated in the foothills of the world famous Rocky Mountains national park, the American state of Idaho is surrounded by phenomenal natural scenery and ample opportunities for hiking, trekking and generally exploring the great outdoors and these wonderful gifts of mother nature.
Idaho is a hiking enthusiast's paradise. Of course, traversing through the Rocky Mountains is a popular draw of heading to this part of the USA, however there are plenty of other alternative national parks to hike and explore. The Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve, as the name suggests, looks like something out of this world. Travelers can hike and clamber over solidified lava rocks around this dormant volcano amid scenery that looks like they are on Mars. The Oregon Trail is a route that leads through Idaho, among several other states on its route East to West across the US. It is an old 18th century wagon trader route and an interesting place to walk, cycle or drive across for a journey back in time.
Boise and other large cities make good places to base yourself in Idaho for a wider exploration of the state.
Idaho is best visited in the Summer months when temperatures are warmer.
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