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Rivers & Trails
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Recreation on the River & Greenbelt
Idaho has over 107,650 miles of river – you read that correctly, OVER 107,000 miles! It is no surprise to learn then that Idaho has the most river miles of any other state in the country. 891 miles of river are designated as Wild and Scenic, protecting the rivers from future development. The variety of these rivers is as different as the terrain throughout the state.
From tranquil slow-flowing to heart-thumping white water; dense tree-lined banks to sheer rocky canyons; through the middle of bustling cities to the secluded middle of the state – there is every type of river water imaginable in the great state of Idaho.
Paved multi-use paths or trails accompany several of these waterways. These trails, routes, and greenbelts make commuting to parks and playgrounds, shopping and dining, and work and home safe, fun, and enjoyable. The more remote touring trails offer breathtaking scenery along rivers and lakes, through quaint small towns and incredible wildlife encounters.
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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.