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Idaho Timeshare

Outdoor enthusiasts adore every moment spent in stunning, scenic Idaho. From shimmering rivers, to dark blue glistening glacier fed lakes, to the mountains, state parks, back country byways, attractions like Shoshone Falls, and Craters of the Moon National Monument, there is something to spark every interest with an Idaho timeshare.

Active pursuits include skiing, snowshoeing, tubing and snowmobiling in winter, fishing, whitewater rafting, boating and sailing in spring and summer, and photographing brilliant fall colors in places like Sawtooth National Recreation Area in the fall. An Idaho timeshare.... Read More

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lets you enjoy this spectacular place full of picturesque natural scenery any time of year, whenever you're ready.

Best Places to Visit for Pulse-Pounding Scenery and Adventure

Hell's Canyon River Gorge, the deepest gorge in North America, begs to be explored. The area is perfect for whitewater rafting, horseback trails, hiking and mountain biking. The 25-mile Boise River Greenbelt Trail takes you through Boise, linking all of the riverside parks. Everybody will love Shoshone Falls, also called "Niagara Falls of the West". These brilliant waterfalls are created by the force coming from the Snake River. The best time to view the waterfalls is between April and July, when they're at their peak flowing capacity.

An Idaho timeshare also lets you explore places like Lake Coeur d'Alene. This sparkling blue lake surrounded by mountains is often photographed. It's famous for its stunning natural beauty. You can spend your day boating, fishing for lake trout, or sailing. For swimming, you won't find a prettier lake than Dierks Lake, next to Shoshone Falls.

A True Four-Season Destination

In the winter time, Idaho timeshare owners can take advantage of Idaho's Bald Mountain, Dollar Mountain and over 2,000 acres of ski land at Sun Valley. Adventures include downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, tubing, heli-skiing, and snowshoeing. In summer, you'll want to go hiking and mountain biking in places like Sawtooth National Recreation Area. To see waterfalls at their peak, the ideal time is spring through mid-summer.

During shoulder seasons of late fall and early spring, everyone enjoys visiting places like Boise for all of its shops, restaurants, arts and cultural attractions. You can also spend an interesting day at the Old Idaho Penitentiary State Historic Site to see the prison cells, solitary confinement areas, and the gallows, which are said to be haunted.

Star Viewing at Its Finest

Idaho is well-known for having some of the darkest skies anywhere in the country, making it perfect for star gazers to enjoy spotting star formations and constellations. A day trip to Yellowstone National Park attracts visitors and residents of Idaho to see fascinating wildlife, natural geysers, springs and canyons. Lifetime memories are made in Idaho. An Idaho timeshare provides your perfect way to enjoy every moment.