This morning It dawned on me that there are some really "Idaho" things that I haven't done. It seems silly but for whatever reason I've never done these things and this summer that's about to change. If you're looking for some fun outdoor activities to embark on this summer you have to consider doing at least one of the 3 things on my  Idaho Summer Bucket List activities. My list consist of visiting the riding the Bous roller coaster, floating the Boise river but the one I think is a MUST do for everyone is the Zip Idaho Zipline tour.

I love speed, I'm also kind of afraid of heights and that's a perfect recipe for adrenaline. Even if you're not a thrill seeker but you love nature and views ziplining checks a few boxes and will be a blast. I bring it up now because Zip Idaho is now taking reservations for their 2021 season which starts on May 7th. Click here to book now. If you need a little more info here are some things you should know from the ZipIdaho site.

"Once again we are offering our Summer Special price of $39.99. We have an amazing three Zipline tour of over 4500 feet of zip lines. You will start on the Turkey 2000, a 2030 foot long zip line that will have you reaching speeds of up to 55mph! After the Turkey 2000, it's right onto Hang'em High, our 1000-foot-long tandem Zipline that will have you and a friend hanging 120 feet above the valley floor. Then, the race is on as you hook onto Double Barrel, a 1500-foot-long tandem line that will definitely get your blood pumping.

Participants must weigh between 70-250 pounds.

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