Idaho - Hotels
Idaho - Popular hotels
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Points of Interest
- *Craters of the Moon
- *Hell's Canyon
- *Twin Falls
Places to Go
Idaho’s landscape has many faces. Mountain peaks rule a cloudless blue sky, only to be gently reflected in a clear alpine lake. Canyons carved from free-flowing rivers and cascading waterfalls. High country deserts, rolling hills, hot springs, sand dunes. Rainbow trout beneath the surface of a meandering stream, whitetail deer lingering in a prairie of blue camas. And everywhere, water that changes with its surroundings; raging rivers, tremendous lakes, bubbling creeks and reservoirs filled with fish.
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone covers one million hectares of the Northwest plateaus of the state of Wyoming. Its' panoramas open on crystal clear lakes, basins of geysers, roaring waterfalls and canyons the color of gingerbread.
The astonishment grows as the inhabitants of this sanctuary make their entrance. Bisons, jackals, elks, coyotes, and bears roam liberally under the dumbfounded eyes of the visitors. Birds of prey, nocturnal birds or multicolored birds contribute to the magic of the moment.
The experience gathered at Yellowstone is unique. The extraordinary beauty of the site coupled with the movement of the violent landscapes leaves a feeling of traveling to the origins of the history of our planet.
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