Folks in inland states like Montana and Idaho often look for “something different” when they go on vacation. Whidbey Island has beach and fishing activities, numerous parks, wonderful scenery, rich history, and unique lodging. It’s all within a day’s drive for all but those living in eastern Montana.
Iceland is known for its natural beauty and has plenty of space to absorb curious travelers. Now is the good time to plan an Iceland vacation, with Icelandair allowing a free stopover for up to seven nights for flights across the Atlantic Ocean.
The Duck Valley Reservation is home to the Western Shoshone and Northern Paiute Tribes. The reservation is unique in that it splits in half between Idaho and Nevada. The walkway leading to tribal headquarters is on the state line, the 42nd parallel.
By HOLLY ENDERSBY While the big-name cellars flourish in Washington, Idaho, and Oregon, finding smaller wineries producing great wine at reasonable prices is still
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice commemorates the lives of thousands of African Americans who were lynched during the era of racial terrorism in the U.S.
By DIANNA TROYER Walking through Lower Antelope Canyon is like Alice slipping down a magical rabbit hole and finding a wonderland. The popular slot
Idaho Falls is emerging as a cultural capital in its own right, anchored by a formidable institution, the Museum of Idaho.
If you’re going to be in the vicinity of Lewiston, Idaho, and have interest in Native history, the Nez Perce National Historical Park Visitor Center should be on your “to do” list.
January and February days are dark, and spring seems a long way off. Solution to the deep winter doldrums? Why festivals, of course! By HOLLY ENDERSBY
Mark your calendars for next fall’s Catch the Crush weekend in the Yakima Valley. This year, 43 wineries participated in the event.