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Hammer Down River Excursions

Hammer Down River Excursions is your #1 company for guided tours of Hells Canyon and the Salmon River; whether it is the fishing trip of a lifetime, a fast-paced whitewater tour, or an evening cruise with our expertly prepared meals or a transport in or out of the Canyons. Hammer Down River Excursions will give you an experience you won’t forget. Explore Hells Canyon or the Salmon river on a Fishing excursion you’ll never forget. These guided tours combine great fishing with unmatched scenery, untamed whitewater and knowledgeable guides for the trip of a lifetime.
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Bruneau Dunes State Park

Just one short hour away from Boise, Idaho is the extraordinary Bruneau Dunes State Park. The dunes surround two small lakes, creating the perfect desert oasis. The park is home to the tallest freestanding sand dune in North America, capping out at 470 feet! (Average drive time from Boise is 1 hour)

Location: 27608 Bruneau Sand Dunes Road in Bruneau, ID
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Shoshone Falls

Twin Falls, Idaho is famous for Shoshone Falls, one of the largest waterfalls in the United States, surpassing Niagara Falls’s height at a whopping 212 feet. The falls are at their peak after the winter snowmelt from Spring to Summer. Other highlights are biking or walking the Snake River Canyon rim trail, kayaking the Snake River, strolling through the cute downtown shops, and visiting the Perrine Bridge to see if you can catch BASE jumpers taking flight. (Average drive time from Boise is 1 hr and 45 min.)

Location: 4155 Shoshone Falls Grade in Twin Falls, Idaho
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Idaho City

Take a giant leap back in time and visit the old gold mining town of Idaho City. What was once the largest city in the Northwest with over 7000 residents is now just under 500 people. While it may not have many residents, it retains its old western charm and history! A visit isn’t complete without strolling the antique shops, sipping on some sarsaparilla (homemade root beer) from the local ice cream parlor, and visiting the Boise Basin Museum to get some historical context to this old wild west town. It’s one of the easiest day drives from Boise at just one hour away and takes you on the picturesque Idaho 21, also known as the Ponderosa Pine Scenic Byway. It’s one of the most scenic drives near Boise. (Average drive time from Boise is 1 hour)

Location: Idaho City, Idaho
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McCall, Idaho is everything you want from a small resort town, unparalleled natural beauty without a lick of pretension. Vibrant and charming, it offers everything from skiing and snowboarding at Brundage Mountain Resort, white water rafting on the Payette River, abundant hiking and biking trails, and swimming at North Beach. (Average drive time from Boise is 2 hours)

Location: McCall, Idaho
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Shoshone Ice Caves

Enjoy an epic underground adventure in Shoshone's majestic ice caves! The ice caves tour is a walking tour consisting of a ¾ mile hike. Visitors will also need to descend and ascend a total of 80 stairs leading down and returning from the cave. Because of this, guests should expect to plan on spending 45 minutes to an hour on the tours. (Average drive time from Boise is 2 hours)

Location: 1561 State Hwy 75 in Shoshone, Idaho
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Sunnyslope Wine Trail

Calling all wine lovers! The Sunnyslope Wine Trail in Caldwell, Idaho is the next must-sip wine destination you need to visit and experience. Nestled in the scenic Snake River Valley, the Sunnyslope Wine Trail boasts 17+ wineries and vineyards, award-winning wines, and intimate tasting and dining experiences, all framed by exemplary panoramic views. Come for the wine and stay for so much more! From dining along the Snake River to toasting in the middle of a vineyard, the variety of wines and wineries provide a unique and smooth finish for wine lovers. Our Pacific Northwest climate is mild and perfect for year-round adventures. Sip, Sip, HOORAY!
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AgVenture Trail

The AgVenture Trail is a self-guided adventure through 12 farms, orchards, pastures and produce stands across the valley, starting in Downtown Caldwell. Each stop along the 40-mile loop has opportunities for visitors to take classes from local farmers, pick produce, dine on farm-to-fork meals, go horseback riding and more! The trail also includes six farmer’s markets and restaurants. Visitors can make it a quick day-trip or even spend a whole weekend on the trail. Come see, taste, and experience food in a whole new way as you connect yourself to the land we all share!
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Hot Springs

Whether you’re looking to soak in natural surroundings or desire to indulge in some modern luxury hot springs, you’re in for an experience like no other! Many of Idaho's most beloved and famed natural hot springs are tucked away on mountain paths or nestled alongside rivers, creating the ultimate relaxation experience with a view! For an alternative soaking experience with modern amenities, visit any of the more developed hot spring spots for an equally enjoyable soak & adventure!
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Sawtooth National Forest

This 756,000 acre national recreation area is home to more than 700 miles of trails, over 300 alpine lakes & 40 mountain peaks over 10,000 feet! Get out and explore this stunning state we love to call home-Idaho!
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