Idaho Information Guide

The state of Idaho is bordered by six states: Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Wyoming, Montana, and Utah. It is well known for its rocky mountains, rolling hills, steep canyons, and snow-capped mountains. With less than 1.3 million residents, it has an area of 83,000 square miles. Mining plays a big role in Idaho, as well as copper, silver, and tungsten. Idaho grows 1/3 of the nation's potatoes, and earned the nickname the "Spud State" because of this.

The Museum of Idaho is a great place to visit. The headquarters for Coldwater Creek, a woman's clothing retailer, is in Idaho. It is also home of Micron Technology Inc., and Hewlett-Packard. The Yellowstone National Park is another great place to visit. Tourism has become very important to Idaho's economy. Visitors can enjoy swimming, golfing, and skiing in the Sun Valley Resort.

The Boise International Airport is one of several major airports in Idaho. The Spokane International Airport serves the northern part of Idaho. Rail travel is another convenient way for residents of Idaho to travel. When it comes to shopping, dining, and entertainment visitors can go to the Grand Teton Mall where they can shop at department stores such as Macys, Dillard's, and Sears. Check out our business directory for more information.

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