Idaho attracts adventure seekers, outdoor enthusiasts and those looking escape the everyday with its rugged ranges and rushing rivers. The splendor of Idaho’s landscape includes remarkable diversity– high mountain peaks, alpine lakes, lush forests and even desert sand dunes. With a population of under one and a half million, there’s plenty of room for everyone. Nearly 70 percent of Idaho is public lands, so if you enjoy scenic day trips, camping in the backcountry, fly fishing or whitewater rafting, Idaho is perfect for those who want to get outside and play. Gorgeous lakes, dense forests and wildlife abound near the areas of Coeur d’Alene, Sandpoint and the Silver Valley. You’ll find forested mountain peaks near McCall and Cascade, and high desert plains, sunny valleys and quiet rivers surrounding Boise. This diverse state offers Rocky Mountain skiing and also encompasses a portion of the incredible Yellowstone National Park.
Idaho is surprisingly large, covering two time zones and extending all the way from Canada to Nevada. The panhandle region is known for its verdant green hillsides, timbered mountains and crystal clear lakes. Renowned Coeur d’Alene is nestled against the Bitterroot Mountains, recently named an "All–American City," the city has a population of over 38,000 people and is an international resort, ski and vacation real estate hotspot.
Central Idaho is covered with jagged Rocky Mountain peaks which surround McCall, one of Idaho’s most popular resort towns on the shores of Payette Lake, near Brundage Mountain and Ponderosa State Park. Riverfront and mountain–view property is available in a wide variety of settings throughout the region.
The Sun Valley resort is one of the top ski and summer resort towns in the country, attracting visitors from around the world to its fabulous skiing and sophisticated atmosphere. On the road to Yellowstone National Park, Idaho Falls is a popular destination. Set along the Snake River, one of the grand rivers of the west, this city is an ideal spot for outdoor activities and adventures.
You’ll get away from it all yet still feel at right at home in Idaho.
The unique golf course design at Galena Ridge is a proven reason to buy. Set among the hillsides overlooking the Silver Valley, the Galena Ridge Golf Course is rugged and wild featuring dramatic elevation changes, sweeping views, and fairways tucked among stands of aspen and fir. This course will define the quintessential mountain golf course experience. The 18-hole championship course at Galena Ridge will be challenging and offer the kind of game you can only find in the unique terrain surrounding the Silver Valley.° ° °Send Me Free Information About Silver Mountain Resort Read More about this Silver Mountain Idaho Golf Community