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Explore map of Idaho, Located in the northwestern United States, Idaho (ID) is bordered by Washington and Oregon on the west and Montana and Wyoming on the east. It shares its border with Canada in the north and Nevada and Utah in the south. It is the 14th most extensive, the 39th most populous, and the seventh least densely populated of the fifty states of USA.
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: This detailed map of Idaho shows the bordering states of Washington, Oregon, Montana, Wyoming, Nevada, and Utah. It also depicts the international border with Canada. Besides showing state and international boundaries, the Idaho state map also depicts state highways, US Federal highways, and interstate highways. Airports, railway network, national parks, lakes and rivers flowing through the 14th largest state in the United States are depicted along with the capital city of Boise. Other important cities such as Lewiston, Caldwell, and Idaho Falls are shown on the map. It also highlights popular tourists attractions such as Hells Canyon Idaho, Egyptian Theatre, and Silverwood Theme Park.

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Idaho is a state located in the northwestern region of the United States. It is the 14th largest in terms of land area, and was the 43rd state to be admitted to the Union. It is often referred to as "Gem State," as almost every kind of gemstone can be found in the region. Its other nickname is "Potato State," as it also grows tremendous amounts of the crop.

Idaho has a rich historic heritage of inhabitants living in the area tens of thousands of years ago. American Indian tribes dominated the land, with the Nez Perce and Coeur d'Alene in the north and the Bannock people in the south.

The state was part of the Louisiana Territory purchase from France in 1803. The Lewis and Clark expedition soon arrived in the region of Idaho on August 12, 1805 but a settlement was never formed. It was because of Wilson Price Hunt and his expedition group that the first American settlement was created, after traversing the Snake River in 1811 and 1812. At the time, about 8,000 native Americans lived in the region.

Fur trading was soon established, along with the formation of several Forts in 1834. The Oregon Trail migration began in 1843, and the first town of the region was established in 1860, which was the town of Franklin.

Between 1860-1863, gold and silver mining towns were put up, which were Pierce, Idaho City, and Silver City. The region became an official US territory in 1863.

The region achieved statehood on July 3, 1890.

Idaho is a mountainous region and borders 6 states. Canada's British Columbia borders to the north, Montana to the northeast, Wyoming to the east, Washington and Oregon to the West, and Nevada and Utah to the south.

The state's landscape is rugged with abundant natural resources and scenic areas. It also has some of the country's largest unspoiled natural areas. From snow-capped mountain ranges, to vast lakes, river rapids, to steep canyons - Idaho's geography is vast and varied.

The Snake River runs through Idaho's Hells Canyon, which is the deepest gorge in the country. The highest point is the Borah Peak - at 12,662 feet.

Idaho offers a wide range of outdoor recreational activities and natural attractions. The best places for mountain biking, hiking, skiing, and flyfishing can be found in the areas of Stanley, Sun Valley, and Ketchum. For hot springs, camping, and snowboarding, Island Park, Idaho Falls, and Lava Hot Springs are the most popular.

Skiing in Idaho is a popular recreational activity - with over 20,000 acres in snow-covered mountains available in the state. The most popular areas are Lookout Pass, Bogus Basin, and Tamarack. The state is also a whitewater paradise with incredible rapids in Middle Fork of the Salmon and the Main Payette in Boise.

Other popular tourist sites are the Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve, and the Silverwood Theme Park, which is the largest in the northwest.

There are thousands of public, private, and charter schools in Idaho. The University of Idaho in Moscow is the oldest in the state, which was established in 1889. This university is also one of the best value public schools in the country, with a leading research facility. Other notable universities include Boise State University and Idaho State University in Pocatello.


Map of Cities in Idaho

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Caldwell city MapCoeur d'Alene city MapPost Falls city Map
Rexburg city MapMoscow city MapEagle city Map
Kuna city MapMountain Home city MapChubbuck city Map

Map of Idaho Counties

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Bear Lake county MapBenewah county MapBingham county Map
Blaine county MapBoise county MapBonner county Map
Bonneville county MapBoundary county MapButte county Map

Last Updated : August 22, 2016

Flag of Idaho
The official flag of Idaho has a seal of the State on the blue color background. Below the Seal, there is a red and gold band that has "State of Idaho" written on it in gold letters.
Official Name Idaho
Area83,570 sq mi (216,632 km2)
Population1,634,464 (2014 est)
Largest CityBoise
Official LanguagesEnglish
Time ZoneUTC-8, UTC 07:00
GovernorC. L. Butch Otter
Lt. GovernorBrad Little
U.S. SenatorMike Crapo, Jim Risch
AbbreviationID, ID, US-ID
Joined the UnionJuly 3, 1890 (43rd)
NicknameGem State
Highest PointBorah Peak
Lowest PointConfluence of Snake River and Clearwater River
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