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Idaho Travel Guide

When to visit Idaho

Idaho's diverse geography ranges from mountain regions to plains, and climate and activities vary accordingly. The most popular time to visit is during the summer when fishing and outdoor recreational activities are at their peak. The winter is the least popular time for all visitors except skiers and snow sports enthusiasts. Fall is a good time to travel through the state, as the weather is mild and there are fewer visitors. read more

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