Of all the airports that I have been to, Boise ranks up there on the list of unorganized ones!
The ticket personnel at most of the gates were not very helpful, but security was easy and simple.
There also were not alot choices of airlines to choose from:
Southwest, United, America West, Alaska were the main ones.
Directions from Twin Falls:
Go North on Highway 93, which turns into Highway 75 in Shoshone. The turn for Redfish Lake is 5 miles South of Stanley on the right-hand side.
Directions from Sun Valley/Ketchum:
Go North on Highway 75 for 60 miles. Watch for Redfish Lake signs. You will turn left to get to the lake. If you reach the town of Stanley, you have gone too far.
Directions from Boise:
Drive North on Highway 21 through Lowman to Stanley. Follow Highway 75 south, and the turn for Redfish Lake is 5 miles South of Stanley on the right-hand side.
There is an airstrip in Stanley 7 miles away. Redfish Lake Lodge offers free guest transportation to and from the airstrip.
Traveling to Idaho would be best in a vehicle or a plane.
You definately have to have a car. There is no transportation system or many taxi's. That's where I'm from. If you go to Boise, they may have some sort of transportation.
Apparently, the only way to get to Post Falls is to fly to the Spokane, WA airport and drive. It's not easy getting a flight to Spokane, either. I had a choice of arriving around noon or at 3:25 a.m. I chose the noon arrival.
You best get a car and drive. There's lots of miles to cover, and lots of things to turn off the highway to see.
I believe the best way to travel to and from Idaho is definitely by car. There is so much scenery around here, you would miss most of it if you were traveling any other way, besides a motorcycle.
You need a car. If you visit Coeur d'Alene, you can walk around downtown and by the lake, but there's alot more to see than just Lake Coeur d'Alene. There are many lakes, rivers and hiking areas around North Idaho.
Air is your best bet and then rent a car in Boise. Or get a horse and ride baby ride!!
You gotta have wheels here. There is no subway or metro system with the exception of bus service in Boise. We have lots of mountains and very few roads so it is easy to find your way around. Renting a car is inexpensive and highly reccommended. We do have horses to ride when the road gets to narrow.
Go by car or fly and rent a vechicle.
Recreation Vehicle. There are places in Idaho which accomadations are few and not of the best quality, with a RV you can stop when and where you would like.
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