8 Places in Idaho Every Photographer Should Visit

Snap a few shots of Idaho's best scenery.

Idaho is home to an endless supply of wilderness and if you’re a photographer, it will be the greatest subject you’ve ever had. Because Idaho (somehow?!) still remains under the radar for most folks, you won’t be shooting the same old scenery that everyone else is and you may even have the best lookouts to yourself. Whether you plan to hike in with your photography gear or you’re just looking for a good spot to pull over and snag a few shots on your phone, Idaho has something for every photographer.

1. Explore Shoshone Falls


Photo: Sarah Sheehy

2. Hike to Devil’s Bedstead West


Photo: Dusty Klein

3. Hike “R” Mountain


Photo: Josh Packer

4. Photograph the Sawtooth Mountains


Photo: Dusty Klein

5. Camp at Fall Creek Falls


Photo: Eric Bennett

6. Explore the South Fork of the Boise River


Photo: Dusty Klein

7. Photograph the Perrine Bridge and Perrine Coulee Falls


Photo: Josh Packer

8. Photograph the Camas Lilies on the Camas Prairie


Photo: Sarah Sheehy

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Cover photo: Dusty Klein

Published: October 25, 2016

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