5 Awesome Fall Adventures in Idaho

It's not hard to find peace and quiet in Idaho, but it's even easier in the fall.

Whether you're planning an extended fall road trip or you're an Idaho local looking for an adventure this weekend, now is a great time to explore the outdoors in Idaho. Camping, photography, hot springs...everything in Idaho is better in the fall. The autumn foliage makes for amazing photos and the cooler temps (even the occasional dusting of snow) make for fewer crowds in all of our favorite adventure spots. Even Boise is more fun in the fall! Check out a few of our favorite fall adventures around the state and hurry to make your plans to explore Idaho before the seasons change again! 

1. Scenic Autumn Drive around Palisades Reservoir

Photo: Josh Packer

2. Camp at the Coyote Yurts

Photo: Dusty Klein

3. Hike to Marshall Ridge

Photo: Madison Sankovitz

4. Photograph the Sawtooth Mountains

Photo: Dusty Klein

5. Soak in Kirkham Hot Springs

Photo: Dusty Klein

Cover photo: Madison Sankovitz

Published: October 9, 2018

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