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

By Genevieve Rowles

This advisor explores the activities on provide in Idaho, similar to snowboarding, dog-sledding, mountaineering, wildflower recognizing and swimming in mountain lakes. It provides entire assurance of ski parts, with information on journey operators and explores attractions and sights in significant cities and towns.

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This is mountain country. The closer you are to the sun, the more intense the ultra violet rays. And "dazzling" understates snow glare. You may wish to pack insect repellent, especially if you'll be on a lake or in wet terrain. Idaho's state bird may be the mountain bluebird, but sometimes I'd have sworn it was the mosquito. Driving You cannot savor Idaho without a car. Interstate highways and main arteries are unavoidable at times, but do get off them whenever possible. You will gain a feel for the real Idaho and its friendly people along the byways and in the small towns.

Reaching some areas can be awkward because of that big chunk of wilderness in the center of it all. Unless you have a couple of weeks to savor more than one or two regions, you'd best Page 20 decide which section of the state suits your adventurous spirit and plan on returning for more at a later time. If you book a multi-day outfitted trip, the outfitter may arrange to meet you at the airport. Otherwise, you'll need a car. Consider renting a high-clearance 4-wheel-drive vehicle if you plan to drive in remote areas or on unimproved Forest Service roads.

For example, you might float the Boise River or kayak a portion of the Main Payette River on your own, but unless you are an experienced river runner with the required permits, you must join a guided trip to raft the Salmon River or the Snake River through Hells Canyon. This book offers valuable, even potentially life-saving, advice on what to attempt on your own, and what you will need help with. Included are listings of licensed guides and the trips that they offer. For many, Idaho is a great unknown.

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