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Idaho Off the Beaten Path: A Guide to Unique Places (Off the Beaten Path Idaho)
Synopses & Reviews
Tired of the same old tourist traps? Take the road less traveled and discover the hidden attractions, unique finds, and unusual locales other guidebooks just dont offer. Off the Beaten Path® features the things youd want to see—if only you knew about them! From the best in local dining to quirky museums, small-town festivals, and awesome nature escapes, this guide will have you saying again and again, I didnt know that!”
Whether youre a visitor or a local looking for something different, Idaho Off the Beaten Path will show you the Gem State you never knew existed. Drive the rugged Lolo Motorway and capture the spirit of Lewis and Clark, dig for star garnets at the Emerald Creek Garnet Area west of Clarkia, or celebrate Fossil Days in Hagerman with a weekend full of small-town, family fun. So if youve been there, done that” one too many times, get off the main road and venture Off the Beaten Path.
From a monastery that sits high on a hill above a prairie to fossil beds in a valley to a magnificent canyon, the Gem State has unexpected things waiting to be discovered.
Dedicated to travelers with a taste for the unique, these easy-to-use, state-by-state guides will help readers discover the hidden places that most tourists miss — shining the spotlight squarely on the offbeat. If it is funky, funny, little known, or out of the way, it will probably be found in Off the Beaten Path RM.
The Off the Beaten Path RM series covers every state in the United States plus Washington, D.C., the Maritime Provinces, British Columbia, Quebec, and Puerto Rico and select cities such as Boston and Chicago.
Uncover the most obscure attractions in Idaho. Stop at Vintage Guitars in Post Falls to find a collection of 300 instruments, including one once played by Elvis Presley and check out the world's largest Potato chip (25 by 14 inches) at Idaho's World Potato Exposition in Blackfoot (from May through September).
About the Author
Boise, Idaho resident Julie Fanselow is among the state's most widely published writers. She has written travel guides for APA/Insight, Falcon Press, Lonely Planet, and Macmillan, is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors, and contributes to magazines including Parenting and Entertainment Weekly.
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