From hiking to waterfalls, swinging in a hammock under snow-laden trees, and trekking to hidden hot springs – these Idaho adventures are the memories that will last a lifetime. Here are twelve epic Idaho photos that will redefine how you vacation.

1. Goldbug Hot Springs, by @rennert_travel

Two girls in a hot spring
Goldbug Hot Springs. Photo by @rennert_travel via Instagram

2. Moyie River, by @mikeygribbin

A river in a forest
Moyie River, near Bonners Ferry. Photo by @mikeygribbin via Instagram

3. Teton Valley, by @erichealy12

Teton Mountains at sunset
Teton Valley, Near Driggs. Photo by @erichealy12 via Instagram

4. Seven Devils Mountains, by @rjammi

A woman floating in a mountain lake.
Seven Devils Mountains, Near Riggins. Photo by @rjammi via Instagram.

5. Coeur d’Alene, by @hikester_

An elk standing in a forest
Wildlife Viewing, Near Coeur d’Alene. Photo by @hikester_ via Instagram.

6. Upper Redfish Lake, by @johnjwebster

A man standing near a mountain lake
Upper Redfish Lake, Near Stanley. Photo by @johnjwebster via Instagram

7. Driggs, by @trapadams

An elk looking over a mound of snow.
Wildlife Viewing, Near Driggs. Photo by @trapadams via Instagram

8. Pine Flats Hot Springs, by @therollingvan

A person sitting in a hot springs near a river.
Pine Flats Hot Springs, Near Lowman. Photo by @therollingvan via Instagram.

9. Elephant’s Perch, by @kylevandever

A man diving into a mountain lake.
Elephant’s Perch, Near Stanley. Photo by @kylevandever via Instagram.

10. Fall Creek Falls, by @brayden_weeks

A waterfall flowing into a river.
Fall Creek Falls, Swan Valley. Photo by @brayden_weeks via Instagram.

11. Silver Mountain, by @civilmatador

A man in a hammock in the snow.
Silver Mountain, Near Kellogg. Photo by @civilmatador via Instagram.

12. Shoshone Falls, by @davidallanjoyce

A man hiking near a waterfall.
Shoshone Falls, Twin Falls. Photo by @davidallanjoyce via Instagram.

Be sure to tag your favorite Idaho adventures using the hashtag #VisitIdaho and start to #PlanForVacation in Idaho this year.

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Published on January 3, 2019