Idaho – Stops on the Way

The Snake River east of Idaho Falls

The Snake River east of Idaho Falls, Idaho

Idaho is known for its wide open vistas, friendly communities, and the fertile soil that is home to the famous Idaho potato. The western edge of Yellowstone and the western slope of the Tetons are in Idaho. 

Pictured is the Snake River down stream from Grand Teton National Park. The area offers some of the best fishing and wildlife viewing in the state. Anglers come from throughout the country to try for a trophy trout.

Idaho Falls sunset

Fall into the Local Scene in Idaho Falls

Discover what to do in Idaho Falls with its vibrant historic downtown, a lively cultural scene and the largest regional airport near Yellowstone and Grand Teton.

Yellowstone-Eastern-Idaho

Find Adventure in Eastern Idaho

Just west of Yellowstone, Eastern Idaho is known for its wide open vistas, friendly communities, and the fertile soil that is home to the famous Idaho potato.

The iconic Chief Theater in Pocatello, Idaho.

Pocatello, Idaho is Green and Clean

Play outdoors in this Idaho gateway. See the Museum of Clean, the Idaho Museum of Natural History, or grizzlies up close at the Pocatello Zoo.