25 Beautiful Photos Of The Best Views In Idaho

Idaho has never looked so good.

By: Visit Idaho
June 8, 2016

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Idaho is home to some of the most incredible landscapes in the country and summer is a great time to get outside and take it all in. Whether you want to hike or mountain bike the trails or cruise the open road on one of Idaho many gorgeous scenic drives, the views of Idaho's incredible natural attractions go on for days. To get you stoked for a summer of adventure in Idaho, check out these 25 photos of the best views in the state.


Hike & Soak in Goldbug Hot Springs | Photo: Ross Perkins


Hike & Soak in Goldbug Hot Springs | Photo: Ross Perkins


Hike & Soak in Goldbug Hot Springs | Photo: Ross Perkins


Explore Shoshone Falls | Photo: Sarah Sheehy


Hike to Devil's Bedstead West | Photo: Dusty Klein


Hike to Devil's Bedstead West | Photo: Dusty Klein


Hike to Devil's Bedstead West | Photo: Dusty Klein


Photograph the Perrine Bridge and Perrine Coulee Falls | Photo: Josh Packer


Photograph the Perrine Bridge and Perrine Coulee Falls | Photo: Josh Packer


Photograph the Sawtooth Mountains | Photo: Dusty Klein


Hike Mineral Ridge | Photo: Rose Freeman


Explore the South Fork of the Boise River | Photo: Dusty Klein


Explore the South Fork of the Boise River | Photo: Dusty Klein


Explore the South Fork of the Boise River | Photo: Dusty Klein


Hike "R" Mountain | Photo: Josh Packer


Hike "R" Mountain | Photo: Josh Packer


Hike to Thompson Peak | Photo: Dusty Klein


Hike the Rim of Bruneau Canyon Photo: Sarah Sheehy


Hike to Johstone Pass | Photo: Sarah Sheehy


Photograph Upper and Lower Mesa Falls | Photo: Josh Packer


Backpack to Alice Lake | Photo: Dusty Klein


Hike Redfish Lake to Alpine Lake | Photo: Dusty Klein


Scramble up Decker Peak | Photo: Madison Sankovitz


Camp at Redfish Lake | Photo: Matt O'Connor


Climb Mount Borah | Photo: Chris Bruin

Cover photo: Ross Perkins

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Please respect the places you find on The Outbound.

Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures. Be aware of local regulations and don't damage these amazing places for the sake of a photograph.