Idaho Hotels

Idaho is a great vacation spot for those who appreciate natural beauty, history and adventure. The state's varied landscape is full of high mountains, crystal-clear lakes, waterfalls, deserts, hot springs and canyons. With so much natural beauty, outdoor enthusiasts are bound to fall in love with Idaho, where there are endless opportunities to raft, hike, fish and relax in natural hot springs.

Idaho has a rich culture that is full of Native American history, Oregon Trail lore and outdoor theaters. The Idaho Repertory Theatre in Moscow is one of the longest-running professional summer theaters in the Northwest. Other fascinating attractions include the Lewis and Clark National Historic trail and the Sacajawea memorial. The Lemhi Pass is the most important site along the historic trail--it was there where Lewis and Clark's dreams of a Northwest passage came to an end, and their journey across the Rocky Mountains began.

If you are looking for well-groomed slopes for your winter getaway, Idaho has approximately 16 resorts offering a total of 16,000 acres of fresh powder. With plenty of ski opportunities for all experience levels, everyone in your party will be able to enjoy a challenging ski trip. If skiing isn't your forte, take a snowmobile out on Idaho's 7,200 miles of trails or spend the afternoon at a winter carnival.

No matter what time of year you visit Idaho, there are plenty of activities to keep everyone entertained. At Hotels-Rates.com, we have the most comprehensive hotel database with plenty of detailed information on each Idaho hotel. From amenities to nearby attractions, you'll have all the information you'll need to make an informed decision regarding your hotel accommodations.



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