Idaho's world famous hot springs are located in Lava Hot Springs.
Anderson Dam is known for its blue-ribbon fly-fishing.
Hell's Canyon is the deepest gorge in America.
Blackfoot is home of the Eastern Idaho State Fair.
Birds of Prey Wildlife Area is home to the world's most dense population of nesting eagles, hawks, and falcons.
In Idaho law forbids a citizen to give another citizen a box of candy that weighs more than 50 pounds.
Elk River is the home of the Idaho Champion Western Red Cedar Tree, the largest tree in the state. Estimated to be over 3000 years old this giant is more than 18 feet in diameter and stands 177 feet tall.
Idaho ghost towns include Silver City, Yankee Fork, Gold Dredge, and the Sierra Silver Mine.
Seven Devils' Peaks, one of the highest mountain ranges in Idaho, Includes Heaven's Gate Lookout, where sightseers can look into four states.
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