Known for abundant forests and magnificent lakes, northern Idaho offers both adventure and relaxation. Experience the region’s three ski resorts, big, meandering, trout-filled rivers and hundreds of miles of biking and hiking trails. Northern Idaho is also home to the International Selkirk Loop. A unique, 280 mile long scenic route winding through Idaho, Washington and Canada, the Selkirk Loop is designated as one of only 32 All-American Road National Scenic Byways in the U.S. and is one of the Top 10 scenic drives in the Northern Rockies.
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A Couple’s Guide to a Long Weekend in Coeur d’Alene
This picturesque lakeside town offers the ultimate summer getaway for couples seeking a mixture of adventure, romance and relaxation.
The Top 5 Adventures in (and near) Wallace, Idaho
The small mining town of Wallace is cute, quirky and oozing with history and fascinating superstition.
Exploring the Wilds of Priest Lake and Idaho's Upper Panhandle
Explore a paradise of lakes, forests and mountains where the true boundary of the wilderness presses up against civilization.
10 Adventurous Things To Do In Northern Idaho
Call your friends, it’s time to get outside and experience the best of Idaho’s summer season!
Learn About Idaho’s Native Nations
The Kootenai Tribe of Idaho is located in the northern tip of Idaho a few miles south of the Canadian border along the Kootenai River. The Coeur d’Alene Tribe is located just south of Coeur d’Alene, bordering the Washington state border.