The 1947 Idaho Legislature set the framework for todays system of educational governance in Idaho. Among the 30 educational measures enacted during the session was the official establishment of a State Department of Education.
In addition to being the home of Idaho's Capitol, it is a region blessed with spectacular mountain vistas, forests that are rich with wildlife, and pristine mountain lakes. Visit our website to see what you can do in beautiful southern Idaho.
Welcome to the Official Idaho Travel and Tourism Guide!
Idaho's #1 vacation planner with maps, lodging and hotel reservations, Boise,
Coeur d'Alene and Sun Valley destinations, and affordable travel packages.
Cascade Raft and Kayak has been offering white water rafting trips since 1985 bringing families together one splash at a time. With a variety of whitewater rafting trips from an mellow half day float to a full day of whitewater thrills
Brundage Mountain has been in the outdoor recreation business for nearly 40 years and operates with recognized pride and professionalism from all over America and around the world.
We offer an assortment of high-quality trips with the perfect mix of family fun-filled excitement and relaxation for all generations and ambitions. One minute you're crashing through a Class II, III, or IV rapid and the next you're calmly floating the placid pools and pulling over at sandy beaches to check out the local history of the Salmon River.
NW GolfMaps is in its 16th year of providing information about our great Northwest Public Golf Courses. This site is a continual 'work in progress' as we add public golf courses in various regions all over the Northwest.
Sun Valley is the very definition of the American winter vacation, being the nations first destination ski resort. Discover for yourself why Sun Valley attracts such an interesting mix of Hollywood movie stars and Olympic champions.
The Craters of the Moon lava field covers 618 square miles and is the largest young basaltic lava field in the conterminous United States. The park contains more than 25 volcanic cones including outstanding examples of spatter cones.
Part of Idahos Big Wild, the Clearwater National Forest covers 1.8 million acres from the jagged peaks of the Bitterroot Mountains in the east to the river canyons and the rolling hills of the Palouse Prairie in the west.
Whether you're a seasoned fisherman or this is your first time, our experience will net you a volume of fish. From whitewater fishing adventures to a peaceful day of drifting the Clearwater, our guides are experienced professionals who are committed to offering quality a service
Idaho Fish and Game's mission is to protect, preserve, perpetuate and manage Idaho's wildlife resources.
A 1938 voter initiative created the Idaho Fish and Game Commission structure that governs the agency today. Meet the commissioners who set fish and wildlife management policy and the Directors Office responsible for management to carry out the policy.
The agency is split into seven regions and one sub-region coordinated from the headquarters office in Boise.
Learn about the agency's history, mission and view our guiding document The Compass. Also see our annual reports.
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"The Valley of the Thousand Springs" is one of those rare natural rest stops that has been serving travelers for hundreds, perhaps thousands of years. The mild, almost snowless winters, hot springs and natural fisheries provided by the clear flow of springs at a constant 58 degrees made the valley a favorite Indian wintering area.
Welcome to the Mountain Home web page. We are a work in progress, with added hot links and community sites being added every day. Our goal is to provide the maximum information to you, at your convenience.