Heli-skiing, Class IV rapids, tandem BASE jumping…Idaho can get your heart racing!

Surrounded by gleaming peaks, Idaho’s 18 ski areas are packed with black diamond trails, many with access to spectacular backcountry skiing. Heli-ski and cat-ski trips offer even greater access to this powder wonderland.

When the trails are dry, cyclists head for the mountains for leg-burning rides and breathtaking scenery. With too many trails to count, there’s always a new challenge around the bend. But don’t let a little snow get in the way. Hop on a snowbike or explore hundreds of snowmobile trails that offer wilderness views unreachable by car.

King of whitewater, Idaho boasts more miles of whitewater river miles than any state in the lower 48. Outfitted rafting and kayaking trips, whitewater parks, and some gnarly competitive river events showcase this liquid asset.

Idaho is year-round destination. And BASE jumpers are happy to know that the Perrine Bridge is the only place in the country where BASE jumping is allowed year-round without a permit.

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