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Idaho isn't just wheat and potatoes. Even some of the main agricultural centers, like Ashton, are a short drive from lush parkland, waterfalls, and rapid-filled rivers.  
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Skiing in Sun Valley amidst the scenic 217,000 acres of Sawtooth Wilderness.  
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Priest Lake offers all the activities of a resort (boating, water skiing, hiking, swimming), but with one exception to most vacation spots: no crowds.  
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Climbers in Idaho's City of Rocks National Reserve have access to over 700 climbing routes on the 300- and 600-foot spires.  
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Bruneau Dunes State Park includes the largest single structured sand dune in North America—at its base, it rises 470 feet above the surrounding lakes.  
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The Salmon River's legendary Middle Fork has challenged paddlers since Lewis and Clark dubbed it 'Impassable Canyon.'  
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Boise is one of only two metropolitan areas in the 14th largest state, so there's plenty of room to roam.  
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