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Idaho is a Northwestern, Mountain West state. Idaho is bordered on the west by Washington and Oregon, on the south by Nevada and Utah, and by Wyoming and Montana to the east. Idaho covers over 83 thousand square miles and has a population of just over 1.5 million people. Idaho's economy is relatively diverse but agriculture is a significant component of economic activity with potatoes being the best known. Tourism is also a significant component of the Idaho economy with outdoor attractions being the principal impetus behind economic activity.
 

Hotels in Idaho:

Blackfoot
Boise
Bonners Ferry
Burley
Caldwell
Coeur D' Alene
Driggs
Hailey
Hayden
Idaho Falls
Island Park


Jerome
Ketchum
Lewiston
McCall
Meridian
Montpelier
Moscow
Mountain Home
Nampa


Orofino
Pocatello
Post Falls
Rexburg
Riggins
Saint Anthony
Sandpoint
Twin Falls
Wallace
Nampa IdahoIdaho has a number of well known attractions such as the Targhee National Forest, the Sawtooth National Forest, Boise National Forest, Challis National Forest, Nez Perce National Forest, Clearwater National Forest and Saint Joe National Forest in the Idaho panhandle. This suggests that most of Idaho is covered in forests and why logging is one of its principal industries. But is also shows that much of Idaho is owned by the US Government.

Idaho has part of Yellowstone National Park within its borders. In fact lodging for a trip to Yellowstone tends to be cheaper in Idaho than in Wyoming. This is important to keep in mind when looking for hotel rooms.
  
Idaho also has a robust ski industry with places like Sun Valley. Idaho has 18 ski resorts and over 50 cross-country ski trails. Snowmobiling is popular in places such as Island Park and around Twin Falls among many other places. Idaho is a great place to visit any time of year.

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