June 25, 2024
Sanelo offers this fantastic guide on living in Idaho.

Living in Idaho is a uniquely rewarding experience with benefits, advantages, and perks. It can be challenging to distinguish between trends and regional uniqueness in the Rockies State. But there are some key reasons people easily fall in love with Idaho’s landscape and culture. Sanelo offers this fantastic guide on living in Idaho.

 

Here are some of the Top Reasons to Live in Idaho.

 

The Rocky Mountains – Idaho’s mountains and rivers provide abundant outdoor activities and experiences. Many people live in Idaho simply because its mountains make it a perfect place to enjoy the outdoors. Idaho’s mountain ranges are filled with lakes, waterfalls, rivers, and streams with myriad recreational opportunities. From hiking, skiing, or snowboarding down a mountain nearby to camping or fishing in one of over 683 thousand acres of National Forest land, there is plenty to do when you call Idaho home.

 

Winter Sports – Idaho may be a smaller state than others, but it makes up for size with the sheer number of winter recreation opportunities. Idaho boasts over 1100 miles of snowmobile trails and over 300 miles of cross-country ski trails. As a skier myself, I can tell you that skiing in the backcountry or the streets surrounding Sun Valley is one of life’s greatest pleasures. In addition to skiing, Idaho has numerous mountain biking trails, snowshoeing paths, dog sledding tours, ice climbing areas, and several Nordic ski centers. Some popular locations are Sun Valley Resort and, Trail Creek Outfitters Coeur d’Alene, Ice Park.

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Restaurants – Idaho’s food scene is a melting pot of cultures and cuisines. From pan-Asian fusion to traditional American fare, there’s always something new to introduce yourself to. Check out a few great restaurants near your vacation rental home in Idaho, like June’s in Boise, The Pantry in Ketchum , Iron Horse Restaurant in Moscow, or Parker’s Public House in Coeur d’Alene.

 

Small Town Life – The nation has small towns everywhere, but few remain as small and old as those found in Idaho. Many cities have a downtown shopping district with specialty shops and boutiques. Many cities also boast an abundance of art galleries and craft stores. As we all learned in grade school geography, Idaho is the least populated state in the union. Residents have been known to be friendly and courteous but also less likely to cause a scene in public than others.

 

The variety of residences available to rent in Idaho ranges from contemporary homes and apartments near Boise, Coeur d’Alene, and Ketchum, to more traditional ranch style neighborhoods and mountain cabins. There are city centers with restaurants, shopping centers with movie theaters or bowling alleys, as well as small towns that have the distinction of being able to boast their ski resorts.