A Small Town in Idaho That “Comes Alive” During the Winter Season
We’re all about beautiful and adventurous small towns here in Idaho, but what town is the most “alive” during the winter season, especially when there’s snow?
We found a recent article from Only in Your State claiming to know which town this is for Idaho, and here’s what they had to say...
“The weather that winter brings can keep you cooped up indoors. But this time of year is actually a wonderful time to travel. There are many destinations throughout Idaho that come alive in the winter such as Sandpoint. This small town is where you can find outdoor opportunities galore, tasty places to eat, and family-friendly indoor destinations to warm you up. Sandpoint, Idaho is one winter destination that you don’t want to miss.”
According to their article, Sandpoint’s “backcountry” is another thing that really sets this small town apart from others, as it receives an average of 300 inches of snow each year, and for those who enjoy winter sports... this is an outdoor-lover’s paradise.
Snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling etc. If you can name a snow sport, it thrives in Sandpoint.
And not only are there thousands of acres and hundreds of trails to for these winter sport enthusiasts to explore, but there’s also a lot of amazing indoor things to do, too. So, it’s also a perfect small town for people who would rather stay inside and eat and relax — lots of great restaurants and places for relaxing retreats.