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Hiking in Idaho
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Hiking in Idaho
Hiking in Idaho is so vast. You could virtually hike a different trail every day throughout the state and possibly not cover them all in your lifetime.
If you weren’t a hiker before you moved to Idaho, the picturesque backdrop of the pine-forested mountains to the protruding black cliffs out of the high desert plains and the thousands of trails throughout the state might convince you. With so many family-friendly hikes that are easily accessible from just about anywhere you live, introducing your family to hiking is fun and easy to do.
The varied terrain of hiking trails across Idaho challenges the most experienced outdoorsman or accommodates the most novice. Whether a multi-day backpack trip or a stroll along a scenic lake, there are hundreds of trails to choose from. They are maintained by the Forest Service, State Parks Department, City Parks, or community groups. Out in the wilderness, most of the trails are sustained by nature itself.
From short, flat trails to rigorous climbs, hiking in Idaho will make an adventurous day outdoors.
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Idaho has the widest variety of big game hunting in the west and some of the world’s best elk hunting. The general season tag also called an over-the-counter tag, allows hunting for deer, elk, black bear, mountain lion, and wolf.