While adventure-seekers and outdoor enthusiasts flock to experience Idaho’s mountain country, there are plenty of ways to experience the best of Idaho without the adrenaline rush. From the northern tip of the state to the southeastern corner, there are opportunities for pampering and relaxing both indoors and out.

If hitting the links is your way to relax, take your pick of nearly 100 golf courses in Idaho including the Coeur d’Alene Resort Golf course with its infamous floating green, or the Headwaters Course at Teton Springs Lodge and Spa, situated in the shadow of the Teton Mountains.

In the search for a lavish escape, look no farther than Sun Valley in central Idaho. The country’s first destination ski resort, this year-round mountain paradise is the true definition of an escape to luxury. Indulge in the charm and elegance of the historic ski town and it is easy to see why Sun Valley is a frequent destination for celebrities and Olympic champions.

Headed north for a getaway? Located in the rugged Selkirk Mountains, Schweitzer Mountain Resort boasts 2,900 acres of renowned tree skiing and is well known for its astonishing views of Lake Pend Oreille below. The resort is also popular in the summer, with fun festivals, mountain biking, horseback riding and incredible huckleberry picking!

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