There are a lot of amazing places to travel to from Boise, in and around Idaho. We've covered some of the best places in Idaho already, but what is the best state to go to outside of Idaho?

We're going to talk about one of the highest recommended states to travel to from Boise, and it isn't very far away, so if you're seeking an unforgettable getaway this Summer... you should definitely have your sights set on this place.


Just a short journey away, this magnificent state offers a plethora of reasons to explore its natural wonders, especially in the month of July.

Photo by Andrew Pons on Unsplash
Photo by Andrew Pons on Unsplash

First and foremost, the state has two iconic national parks — Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park. Both are renowned for their beautiful mountains, crystal-clear waters, and outdoor adventures like hiking, camping, kayaking, canoeing, paddle-boarding, or even just taking scenic drives etc. More uniquely, Yellowstone is notorious for its gushing geysers and vibrant hot springs.

What sets Wyoming apart from other similar destinations?

In our opinion, the deep-rooted Western heritage vibes that really come alive in Wyoming's charming towns.

Photo by Glenna Haug on Unsplash
Photo by Glenna Haug on Unsplash

For example, Jackson Hole, located near Grand Teton National Park, has a thriving western-style culture, and even the buildings and architecture make you feel like you're in a different time. There are art galleries, unique shops, and delectable dining options.

So, Boise locals, venture beyond our city's borders this summer and uncover the wonders of Wyoming! From the awe-inspiring national parks to the adrenaline-pumping outdoor activities and the rich Western heritage, you're guaranteed to have an unforgettable experience that will leave you with memories to cherish for a lifetime.

Keep reading for the best mountain towns in Wyoming and things you didn't know about Yellowstone! 👇

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After catastrophic flooding damaged portions of Yellowstone National Park in June of 2022, major reconstruction was necessary to make the park passable again. The following are photos of the improvement projects at Old Gardiner Road and the Northeast Entrance Road. All photos are courtesy of the National Park Service, photographer Jacob W. Frank.

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