Map Idaho

Map Idaho

Geographical location

Idaho is bordered by Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Montana, Wyoming, and the Canadian province of British Columbia, and the Idaho – BC border extends 77 kilometers (48 miles). The landscape has rugged soil and some of the largest areas left alone in the United States. This state belongs to the Rocky Mountains and has great views and lots of resources. It features towering snow-capped mountains, rapids, tranquil lakes, and deep canyons. The water of the Snake River flows through Hells Gorge, it is deeper than the Grand Canyon. Shoshone Falls descends rugged cliffs from above Niagara Falls.

Its northeast is Montana and to the east is Wyoming. Nevada and Utah are in the south while Washington and Oregon are in the west. North of Idaho is the Canadian province of British Columbia. Since Idaho is a Rocky Mountain state, its landscape is essentially rugged.

Travel

Tourist Destinations in Idaho Sun Valley Resort is well known for ski enthusiasts, while Sawtooth National Recreation Area is famous for its hiking and horseback riding trails and opportunities that The resort brings in the fields of skiing and cross-country skiing. Hell canyon is a popular tourist destination and is the deepest canyon in North America. Alternatively, you can also take a trip to the Shoshone Indian Ice Cave, Old Idaho State Historic Site, Coeur d'Alene Lake and other great attractions.

Traffic

Transportation at Idaho Boise Airport and Spokane International Airport are two important airports in Idaho. Some of the prominent rail services passing through the state are the Burlington Northern Santa Fe, Union Pacific Railroad, Canadian Pacific Railway and Amtrak's Empire Builder. Some of the most important interstate highways are US Route 95, I-84, I-86 and I-15.

Education

Education in Idaho Idaho University, established in the Moscow city of Idaho in 1889, is the state's oldest university. Some other famous universities in the state are Boise State University and Idaho State University. The interesting facts about Idaho Idaho are sometimes referred to as the 'Potato State'. After English, Spanish is the second most widely used language in the state. Idaho is the 7th most densely populated state in the United States.

 

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Idaho Geography
Idaho Geography

General Features of Idaho Geography Idaho is located in Northwestern region of United States. It is bordered by Washington and Oregon to the west, Nevada and Utah to the south, Canadian province of British Columbia to the north, and Wyoming and Montana to the east. It has the most rugged terrain in the country, with around 80 recognized mountain ranges. Geographically, the state can be divided into three regions : Rocky Mountains : The Rocky Mountain region extends from the Idaho Panhandle and along the Wyoming border. Home to the deepest gorge in North America, Hells Canyon, the topography of this region is characterized by steep gorges, deep canyons and swift streams and rivers. The Continental Divided runs through the state in the Bitterroots Mountain Ranges. The highest mountain in the state, the Borah Peak, is located in the Lost River Range which extends 70 miles. Columbian Plateau : The Columbia Plateau enters the state at the base of the Idaho Panhandle, and follows the Snake River across southern Idaho. The Snake River Plain extends over a strip of land 20-40 miles on both sides of the Snake River. Potato and sugar beets are grown on this plain. Basin and Range Region : Basin and Range Region is in the southeastern region of the state. In the mountainous section of this region, the topography is characterized by deep valleys and grassy plateaus. Climate of Idaho The climate of Idaho is greatly influenced by Pacific weather patterns and is diverse. During winters the humidity and precipitation are at the highest. The climate of this region is diverse, with maritime influence being lowest in the southeastern region of the state. Southeastern region has wet summers and dry winters. It is cooler than the west and drier than the north. Tornadoes are very rare and the average annual rainfall varies from region to region. Mountains Idaho has more than 75 mountain ranges, with fifty mountain peaks having an elevation of 10,000 feet above sea level. Some of the mountains in this region are Clearwater Mountains, Seven Devils Mountains, Sawtooth Mountains, Black Pine Mountains, and Bald Mountains. Rivers Major rivers in Idaho are Snake River, the Clearwater River, the Clark Fork/Pend Oreille River, and the Salmon River. Lakes Lake Cascade is situated on the North Fork of the Payette River. It is the fourth largest lake in the state. Other important lakes are Hayden Lake, Lake Coeur d'Alene, Bear Lake, Stanley Lake, and Warm Lake. Last Update on: July 28th, 2017

Cities in Idaho
Cities in Idaho
Nicknamed the 'Gem State', Idaho is the 14th largest state in the US. There are 44 counties in Idaho. Located in southwestern Idaho, Boise is the state capital and the largest city in the state. The Boise Art Museum, Discovery Center of Idaho, Idaho Historical Museum, Idaho Aquarium, Capitol Building, and Ann Morrison Park are points of interest in the city. Nampa, about 20 miles west of downtown Boise, is the second largest city and it hosts the famous Snake River Stampede Rodeo in July every year. Meridian, in the Treasure Valley, offers roadside attractions. The city of Twin Falls is the biggest in the Magic Valley which is famous for recreational opportunities. Idaho Falls, in the Snake River Valley, is only a few miles away from world's first nuclear plant, Experimental Breeder Reactor No. 1. The Port of Lewiston, at the confluence of the Snake River and the Clearwater River, is the farthest inland port on from the West Coast of the US. Other major cities in Idaho are: Pocatello, Caldwell, Coeur d'Alene, and Rexburg. Getting In and Around Boise Airport (BOI) is the primary airport in the state. Sandpoint station is the state's only operating Amtrak station served by the Empire Builder train. Interstate highway I-84, I-86, I-15 and I-90 traverse the state.
Boise Map
Boise Map
Airports: Boise Air Terminal Gowen Field Airport Tourist attractions :  Edwards Boise Imax Boise Spectrum Nampa Recreation Center Bois Horse Racing Park Doubletree Club Boise Boise Train Depot Idaho Steelheads Hockey Club Belgravia Building Boise Little Theater Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial Idaho Black History Museum Boise is the capital of Idaho, the U.S state. The abundant green trees at the site, gave the city the name Boise which means "wooded". It is also known as 'City of Trees'. It was incorporated as a city in 1864. It then became the capital of Idaho in 1865 replacing Lewiston. It is the county seat of Ada County and the principal city of the Boise metropolitan area, the Treasure Valley. The city is also the largest city in the state. Hotels : Boise hotels are the favorite lounge of the tourists visiting the city. The facilities available in these hotels including swimming pools give a home away from home feeling to its customers. Hilton Garden Inn Boise Spectrum, Inn America A Budget Motel, Residence Inn Boise, Courtyard Boise, Harrison Plaza Suite Hotel, Red Lion Hotel Boise Downtowner, AmeriTel Inn - Boise Towne Square, Red Lion ParkCenter Suites, Statehouse Inn, Shilo Inn, Oxford Suites Boise and Shilo Inn Boise Riverside are some of the best hotels in the city. Some other very good hotels in Boise are: Doubletree Hotel Boise-Riverside Best Western Airport Motor Inn Best Western Northwest Lodge Best Western Vista Inn Budget Host Inn Cambria Suites Comfort Inn Airport Comfort Suites Airport Restaurants: Angell's Bar & Grill Berryhill & Company Gamekeeper Restaurant & Lounge Bardenay Kulture Klatsch Highlands Brew Pub Ram Restaurant and Big Horn Brewer Flying M Espresso Places to Visit :  The city offers a number of recreational facilities to its people. A walk through Ann Morrison Park, Platt Gardens and Botanical Gardens is a respite to those who prefer a break from their hectic work schedules. Hiking and biking in the foothills, winter activities, including cross-country and downhill skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing hosted by the Bogus Basin Mountain Resort provides a wonderful experience. The World Center for Birds of Prey, weaponry museum and Boise National Forest are the other attractions of the city. The Corinthian style capitol building and St Michael's Episcopal Cathedral with rare Tiffany glass windows are examples of architectures in the city. Last Update on: July 27th, 2017
Idaho Airports Map
Idaho Airports Map
About Airports in Idaho There are 119 public use airports in Idaho. The prominent airports in Idaho are in Boise, Twin Falls and in Gooding. Idaho Airports are well maintained and strive to reach world-standards. Airports in Idaho Tourists and locals alike tour the Gem State of Idaho. The airports in Idaho cater to a number of people everyday. The only international airport of Idaho state is Boise Airport. Boise Airport is served by five major airlines and three commuter lines. Other airports in Idaho are located in Twin Falls and Gooding. Locations in the Map Major Airport Locations Coeur d'Alene, Lewiston, McCall, Salmon, Challis, Boise, Gooding, Dubois, Idaho Falls, Pocatello, Twin Falls, Burley, Malad City.
Map Idaho
Map Idaho

Geographical location

Idaho is bordered by Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Montana, Wyoming, and the Canadian province of British Columbia, and the Idaho – BC border extends 77 kilometers (48 miles). The landscape has rugged soil and some of the largest areas left alone in the United States. This state belongs to the Rocky Mountains and has great views and lots of resources. It features towering snow-capped mountains, rapids, tranquil lakes, and deep canyons. The water of the Snake River flows through Hells Gorge, it is deeper than the Grand Canyon. Shoshone Falls descends rugged cliffs from above Niagara Falls.

Its northeast is Montana and to the east is Wyoming. Nevada and Utah are in the south while Washington and Oregon are in the west. North of Idaho is the Canadian province of British Columbia. Since Idaho is a Rocky Mountain state, its landscape is essentially rugged.

Travel

Tourist Destinations in Idaho Sun Valley Resort is well known for ski enthusiasts, while Sawtooth National Recreation Area is famous for its hiking and horseback riding trails and opportunities that The resort brings in the fields of skiing and cross-country skiing. Hell canyon is a popular tourist destination and is the deepest canyon in North America. Alternatively, you can also take a trip to the Shoshone Indian Ice Cave, Old Idaho State Historic Site, Coeur d'Alene Lake and other great attractions.

Traffic

Transportation at Idaho Boise Airport and Spokane International Airport are two important airports in Idaho. Some of the prominent rail services passing through the state are the Burlington Northern Santa Fe, Union Pacific Railroad, Canadian Pacific Railway and Amtrak's Empire Builder. Some of the most important interstate highways are US Route 95, I-84, I-86 and I-15.

Education

Education in Idaho Idaho University, established in the Moscow city of Idaho in 1889, is the state's oldest university. Some other famous universities in the state are Boise State University and Idaho State University. The interesting facts about Idaho Idaho are sometimes referred to as the 'Potato State'. After English, Spanish is the second most widely used language in the state. Idaho is the 7th most densely populated state in the United States.

 

Coeur d'alene Map
Coeur d'alene Map
Coeur d'Alene is a city in the U.S state of Idaho. The name Coeur d'Alene means "heart of the awl" which means "sharp-hearted" or "shrewd." It is the principal city of the Coeur d'Alene. It is also the county seat and the largest city of Kootenai County and the principal city of the Coeur d'Alene. Coeur d'Alene is the largest city in the Idaho Panhandle. Transportation: Coeur d'Alene Airport that handles all airlines serves the city. The city can also be accessed by train and bus. Inter city bus service helps people to travel from one city to another. Cars, taxis and cabs are the common form of transport facility available in the city. Hotels: Coeur d'Alene hotels offer commendable service to its customers. The friendly staff takes special care of their guests and provides everything catering to their needs. Mouth-watering dishes and comfy rooms are their specialties. The staff also makes sure that their customers are satisfied with their service. Flamingo Motel, Ameritel Inn , Resort City Inn, Coeur d'Alene Resort, Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites, Shilo Inn , Budget Saver Motel, La Quinta Inn, Appleway, Fairfield Inn, Super 8, Best Value Inn, silver Lake Motel, Best Western Inn, Rodeway Inn and Days Inn are the famous hotels in the city. Places of Attraction: The city has many fascinating places that are worth to visit. Magnificent mountain scenery in Coeur d'Alene National Forest really enthralls the visitors. Tubbs Hill Nature Trails, Coeur d'Alene City Park and Independence Point and North Idaho Centennial Trail are other recreational centers in the city. Museum of North Idaho and Cataldo Mission built in 19th century-a historic monument are the important sites in Coeur d'Alene. Saint Joe River and lakes in and around the city add to its beauty. Last Update on: July 27th, 2017
Idaho County Map
Idaho County Map

Idaho, the 43rd state of the United States, is a big state in the northwestern part of the country. The capital of this landlocked state is Boise, which is also the biggest city of the state. The state is made up of 44 counties, which function as its administrative divisions. About Idaho County Map Since 1919, Idaho is home to 44 counties and their areas vary from 8,502 to 410 square miles (22,020 to 1,062 sq km). All these counties are governed by their respective county seats. An Idaho County Map shows all the counties in the state along with the bordering states, which are Nevada, Wyoming, Utah, Oregon, Montana, and Washington. Given below are some of the important counties in the state along with their population and other major details: Source: factfinder.census.gov All the 44 counties in Idaho symbolize a powerful podium of governance at regional levels. Details about the situation of the counties are available from the Idaho state map as well.

Places to Visit in Idaho
Places to Visit in Idaho
Bear Lake State Park Bear Lake State Park is a state park located along the shore of Bear Lake, Idaho. It is managed by Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation and was founded in 1969. There is a separate Bear Lake in Utah. The park in Idaho comprises two separate units, the north and the east unit. The north unit is used in the daytime only, while the east unit provides day use and overnight camping and electrical hook-ups. Each unit has a beach that extends over a mile in length and is a popular tourist destination. The Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge is situated near the north unit. Grays Lake National Wildlife Refuge Grays Lake National Wildlife Refuge is located in a mountain valley near Soda Springs, Idaho. It has the largest hardstem bulrush marsh in North America. It provides breeding habitat for more than 200 species and covers an area of 20,125.80 acres. The land surrounding the refuge is mostly wet meadows and grasslands. The place is home to a large nesting population of greater sandhill cranes and is a popular birding destination. Hells Canyon National Recreation Area Hells Canyon National Recreation Area is located on the borders of Idaho and Oregon. It was established in 1975 to preserve the historic and archaeological values of the Hells Canyon area and the area of the Snake River. It covers an area of 652,488 acres, out of which approximately 215,000 acres is designated as the Hells Canyon Wilderness. The majority of the area lies in eastern Wallowa County. Craters of the Moon National Monument Craters of the Moon National Monument is located in the Snake River Plain in central Idaho. It is a national monument and national preserve, and covers an area of 464,304 acres. The monument was established on May 2, 1924 and was designated as Craters of the Moon National Preserve in August 2002. This area's features are three major lava fields and a large area of sagebrush steppe grasslands. It is managed by National Park Service and BLM.
Idaho State Map
Idaho State Map
Where is Idaho Located?
Where is Idaho Located?
About the Loctaion of Idaho Idaho encompasses total area of 216,431 square kilometer which includes 213,447 square kilometer of total land area and 2,984 square kilometer of total inland water area. Idaho is surrounded by British Columbia of Canada on its northern border, by Montana on its northeastern border, by Wyoming on its eastern border, by Nevada and Utah on its southern border and by Washington and Oregon on its western border. Idaho is 491 kilometer long on the east-west direction and 771 kilometer long on the north-south direction.
Idaho Road Map
Idaho Road Map
Twin Falls Map, Idaho
Twin Falls Map, Idaho
Airports: Twin Falls is a city in the U.S state of Idaho. Founded in 1904 as a planned community, the city was named after a nearby waterfall on the Snake River. The city became the seat of the newly formed Twin Falls County in 1907. It developed into a major regional economic center and later by 1960, it became one of the largest city in the state. Twin Falls is now the county seat and largest city of Twin Falls County. It is also regarded as the largest city of Idaho's Magic Valley region and the seventh largest in the state. Hotels: The hotels in Twin Falls offer all modern amenities to its guests. The mouth-watering dishes served in addition to this wins the heart of the tourists. Shilo Inn Suites, Holiday Inn Express, AmeriTel Inn, Hampton Inn, Super 8, Comfort Inn, Red Lion Hotel Canyon Springs, Best Western Weston Inn, Best Western Apollo Motor Inn and Motel 6 are the famous hotels in the city. Restaurants: some of the well known restaurants are: Gerties Brick Oven Cookery Tomatos Italian Grill Chili's Grill and Bar Johnny Carino's Outback Steakhouse Montana Steak House Creekside Steak House Climate: The climate of Twin Falls is primarily influenced by the Pacific Ocean.It mainly receives its precipitation from the moisture-laden wind that blows in from the ocean during the summer. But as such twin Falls, located on top of an arid plateau, receives very infrequent and scanty rainfall. The summers in Twin Falls are usually hot and dry while the winters are cold. There is also occasional snowfall in winter. Places of Attraction: A walk along the 486 feet long Perrine Bridge over the Snake River Gorge gives a spectacular view of the canyon. 'Niagara of the West', Shoshone Falls and Sawtooth National Forest reveal the natural beauty of the city.