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Idaho: State of Wonder

Lewis and Clark described what would become Idaho as “a sea of mountains”. And these mountains were the part of their journey that tested them most. In fact, the early snows of 1805 in the Bitterroot Range nearly defeated the Corps of Discovery.

Yet mountains steeped with snow, raging rivers and gaping canyons are all part of the rugged terrain of Idaho. And it is precisely this state’s challenging landscape that attracts todays new age of explorers.

Idaho is a paradise for the adventurous. They are drawn by a magnificence and diversity found in few other places. The spirit of this state is woven from topography and history, grandeur and exploration.

Idaho is a land of imagination where you can leave the crowds behind and find yourself in a state of natural wonder.