Destination: Idaho

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Marked by jagged peaks stretching northwest from the Rocky Mountain Ranges, prairie plains of deep green, and rushing, wild rivers, Idaho is surely a land of contrast and beauty. This is the fifth least densely populated state in the U.S., which means that with 84,000 square miles of pristine landscape, the horizon is as infinite as it is tranquil. There is so much to see and do here, from the culture and busy nightlife of capital city Boise, to the famous whitewater rafting of its eponymous Boise River cutting a swathe through mountain passes. With everything from tree houses to yurts to cabins and a whole lot more in between, there has never been a better time to discover destination Idaho.