Idaho’s Gateway to Yellowstone

Summary

Yellowstone National Park

Home to a large variety of wildlife including grizzly bears, wolves, bison, and elk.

John Sack Cabin

Located at Big Springs, five miles east of Mack's Inn on Highway 20 in Island Park, Idaho. The cabin is filled with unique bark furniture crafted by Johnny Sack.

Big Springs

The large springs gushes forth large volumes of crystal clear water with large trout swimming visible from above.

Mesa Falls

Mesa Falls Scenic Byway takes you through some of southeastern Idaho's most compelling scenery.

River Rafting

Enjoy a guided whitewater rafting adventures or relax during a scenic float.

Description

Eastern Idaho offers breathe taking scenic drives through the historic scenic byways where you may visit a wildlife refuge and walk the Green belt in Idaho Falls. Yellowstone Teton Territory offers outdoor year round activities and adventures for all ages. Enjoy a rodeo, explore the wilderness on a hike, ride the trails by horseback or mountain bike. Changing of seasons offers beautiful scenery and photo opportunities of wildlife and landscape. Watch the snow fall as the lakes and rivers freeze and explore the back county on a snowmobile or cruise the trails on your cross-country skis. Idaho’s Gateways to Yellowstone becomes a winter wonderland.

Idaho
United States