Fall for Idaho

When the weather begins to cool, the foliage turns vibrant shades of gold and orange, the bugs are at bay, and the trails are less populated, fall is upon Idaho. The changing of seasons never deters Idaho explorers, so grab a jacket, like-minded adventurers and enjoy a change of pace. Experience new adventures every step of the way.

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Adventure Awaits

There are wish lists, to-do lists, and bucket lists. And now, you can start your “take it all in” list. Begin planning with these fall trip ideas.

IDAHO FALL EXPERIENCES BY ROAD, FOOT, AND WATER

It’s not about where you’re going or where you’ve been. It’s how you get there and who goes along for the ride. Here are Idaho fall experiences by road, foot, and water that you won’t want to pass up. From hiking to biking and vineyard tours to historical sites, there’s an experience for everyone to enjoy this fall.

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A LONG WEEKEND IN SUN VALLEY AND STANLEY

A three-day road trip to Sun Valley and Stanley is the perfect autumn getaway. Channel your inner weekend warrior, pack your bags, and get ready for a jam-packed long weekend.

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The Winery: Coiled Wines |⁠
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"Romantic is one of the major words that comes to mind to describe Coiled Wines owner and winemaker Leslie Preston’s journey into the craft. Leslie grew up in Boise, Idaho and traveled to France as an exchange student when she was 16 where she was introduced to food and drink as an expression of culture. Between her undergraduate efforts and working on a Ph.D. in French literature (with a focus on 16th-century love poetry) she made many trips back to France and eventually realized she could turn wine into a career.⁠
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I had the opportunity to speak with Leslie to learn about her non-traditional path to winemaking, what makes her fiercely passionate about the industry, and her most favorite grape of them all."⁠
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Ready to travel again? We have some tips for your Ready to travel again? We have some tips for your next Idaho vacation.⁠
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Before You Travel⁠
Check with your destination for any travel restrictions or limitations that might be in place. Ask about open lodging, restaurants, and amenities – such as grocery stores or gas stations – in the area.⁠
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Review resources to help you Recreate Responsibly on Idaho’s public lands. Contact them to inquire about weather, access, available services, and amenities (water, restroom facilities, etc.) at your preferred location.⁠
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Confirm lodging/camping arrangements before travel. Properties may limit the number of rooms available to account for physical distancing and might not be able to accommodate walk-ins.⁠
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Determine the best way to purchase attraction passes or reserve activities. Buying online or prepaying by phone might be preferred to avoid person to person contact at the location.⁠
Be aware that the number of visitors allowed into attractions could be reduced or require a reserved entrance time.⁠
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Ask about cancellation and refund policies at businesses you plan to visit.⁠
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Consider outings on a weekday to avoid crowds. Have a Plan B location/activity in mind in case of crowding.⁠
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Contact any businesses or attractions you plan to visit to confirm procedures in place for health safety and physical distancing (face coverings, temperature checks, food service, etc.).⁠
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Consider bringing some food, drinks and personal items to preserve supplies and limit exposure in communities. Some stores may not be open.⁠
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Pack cloth face coverings for everyone in your party. Face coverings are required in some businesses and encouraged where physical distancing is not possible.⁠
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Public restrooms in parks, rest areas or gas stations may not be open. Plan for the inevitable and take advantage of restrooms when available, especially when traveling with young kids.⁠
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