Ahhhhh Bogus, our family's home ski hill. We've got countless memories of teaching our toddlers to ski, skiing with cousins, and our 73 year old grandpa, learning tricks and landing flips. Bogus has etched a permanent spot in our hearts.
One of our favorite adventures is packing up the vintage RV and heading to the dunes. It's the tallest single-structured sand dune in North America and rises to 470 feet high above small lakes in the high desert south of Mountain Home.
It features geothermal pools and waterfalls of varying temperatures and is nuzzled up to the beautiful South Fork of the Payette River. Our family loves to soak there after a few days of backpacking. Soaking in Kirkham is like soaking in a dream.
There are so many things to do in McCall. You've got to experience the extremely cold but clear waters of the Payette Lake, explore the cute shops in town, get a
Lemon Pie Cone at Ice Cream Alley, and visit Brundage Mountain.
It has been described as "a city of tall spires,” “steeple rocks," and "the silent city." Today, this backcountry byway attracts rock climbers, campers, hikers, hunters, and those with the spirit of adventure.
The landscape here was created by a handful of lava flows over time. The lava here didn’t erupt out of volcanoes, but rather oozed out of fissures in the earth and occasionally spewed out of vents. The result is 618 square miles of cinder cones, lava tubes, tree molds, lava rivers, spatter cones, and lava beds as far as you can see.
Home of the world's longest main street! Just Twenty minutes from the West Entrance to Yellowstone National Park, Island Park in Idaho features a record-breaking main street and a number of natural areas to explore.