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Idaho is one of the Rocky Mountains states of the United States of America. Idaho is a rugged state, with 10,000 - 12,500 ft (3000 - 3800m) snow-capped mountains, whitewater rivers (one running through the deepest river canyon in the U.S.), forests, high desert, and plenty of wilderness. Most of the land north of Boise is National or State Forest. The state's capital and largest city is Boise. Residents are More...
Moscow is a city in Idaho with a population of around 22,000 people, an agricultural center and the home of the University of Idaho. The surrounding area is generally referred to as the Moscow-Pullman area -- Pullman is a city in Washington, that is fairly symbiotic with Moscow, Idaho. They are 9 miles apart.Get around
Bus travel is extremely limited. Cars, like elsewhere in Idaho, are mandatory to get much done -- There are car rental services available at the Airport (Budget (509)332-3511 and Hertz(509)332-4485), and in town (Ambassador Auto, More...
Boise is the capital of Idaho as well as the largest city. Although its economic growth has its roots in the Simplot potato industry, the city is now home to many high tech industries. Notable companies such as Albertsons and Micron are headquartered here. Get in
Boise Airport is serviced by several airlines, including United, Delta, Alaska/Horizon and Southwest. Boise can be accessed by car via Interstate 84. Get around
Cars are pretty much mandatory to get around. There are buses downtown, but most destinations require your own More...