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Idaho's got a secret that it's eager to share: not only does this Rocky Mountains state scream prodigious powder, it's got more adventure options than you can sink your skis into. Check out one adventurer's 12-day trek to find YOUR OWN PRIVATE IDAHO.  
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With nearly as many resorts as Colorado and a third of its population, Idaho's the answer for those seeking to escape the crowds. Read reviews of Idaho's best ski resorts here.  
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The 2.1-million-acre Sawtooth National Forest offers some of the most panoramic fishing, hiking, and BACKCOUNTRY SKIING options in the U.S. In fact, Ernest Hemingway was so captivated by its beauty that he asked to be buried here.  
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The 1,056-mile-long Snake River irrigates 3.8 million acres of land and generates over ten million megawatt hours of electrical power. While politicians call it 'the lifeblood of southern Idaho,' adventure-seekers call it the MULTI-SPORT MECCA.  
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Explorers within the Seven Devils Mountain Range named its individual peaks according to their ominous appearance. With names such as The Ogre, the Goblin, Devils Throne, and Twin Imps, this rugged terrain provides some of the most popular HIKING AND CLIMBING routes in Idaho.  
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Idaho's 16 ski areas run the gamut from glitzy and glamorous to mom-and-pop-style slopes. SCHWEITZER MOUNTAIN RESORT offers a 2,400-foot vertical and the only six-person high-speed lift in the state, while others make up for their modesty with shorter lift lines and chill family vibe.  
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Idaho has the privilege of claiming the two deepest canyons in the nation: 8,043-foot-deep Hells Canyon and the SALMON RIVER GORGE, over 6,000 feet deep, known for its playful—but not death-defying—rapids.  
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HELLS CANYON NATIONAL RECREATION AREA contains a gorge 2,000 feet deeper than the Grand Canyon, three Wild and Scenic rivers, and 900 miles of hiking, horseback-riding, and mountain-biking trails.  
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