What is Idaho
Idaho is a Pacific Northwest state and a Rocky Mountain State. It is bordered entirely by Canada to the north and bordered by six other states in the other directions.
While Idaho is the 14th largest state, it is the 13th least populous.
Idaho has two different time zones, however, rather than being split east and west like states such as Tennessee or Florida, it is divided north and south along the panhandle.
The United States Forest Service owns roughly 38% of Idaho’s land, which is the highest proportion of land held by the Forest Service in any other state.
Idaho is very well known for its potato crop and yields one-third of the nation’s potatoes.
Idaho’s capital is Boise. This city is the most populous city within Idaho.
Reasons to Visit Idaho
For people looking for a rafting experience, Idaho has the world-famous Middle Fork of the Salmon River where you can take a weeklong trip rafting down it.
The Shoshone Falls are higher than Niagara, plunging 212 feet into the Snake River, which is excellent for thrill seekers and people wanting to take in some awesome beauty.
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