Ready for Adventure?
6 Ways to Get Outside in Idaho
Idaho’s epic whitewater, thrilling trails and ziplines through the treetops are here when you’re ready for an adrenaline rush. Whether you’re seeking adventure or just looking to unwind, Idaho’s great outdoors are a reminder that being outside soothes the soul.
Ride through astonishing landscapes on road routes and mountain bike trails.
HIKING AND HORSEBACK RIDING
More than 19,000 miles of trails offer easy to moderate hikes and options for horseback riding.
Float and play on 3,100 miles of recreational rivers and 2,000 named lakes.
On a boat or on a bank, cast a line in our lakes and rivers to create epic fish stories.
Head deep into the backcountry to explore on ATVs and dirt bikes.
Stay the night in the great outdoors to add another day of adventure to the itinerary.
Keep yourself and others safe and our public lands clean and accessible by taking these steps to Recreate Responsibly.
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Road bikers and mountain bikers find adventures of a lifetime on Idaho’s extensive network of trails.+ View Places to Bike
Hike to a waterfall, hike up a mountain, hike through a secret valley...throughout Idaho, find trails that lead to natural wonders.+ View Places to Hike
With scenic lakes and some of the best whitewater rivers in the country, Idaho’s water sports go from mild to wild.+ View Places to Paddle
From blue-ribbon trout streams and mighty rivers to deep lakes and reservoirs, fishing in Idaho is as diverse as it gets.+ View Places to Fish
For a trip you will remember forever, hop on ATVs and dirt bikes to journey deep into the wilderness.+ View Places to ATV
With 60% of Idaho designated as public land, outdoor adventurers will find plenty of places to sleep under the stars.+ View Places To Camp
Saddle up with experienced guides for pack trips and trail rides at ranches across the state.+ View Places for Horseback Riding