Ernest Hemingway first visited Sun Valley in 1939 and moved to Idaho permanently in 1960. Hemingway was often spotted in town at the Sawtooth Club, when he wasn't writing, hunting, or fly-fishing.
Soar over a state with much more to offer than just potatoes! This state contains millions of acres of untamed land, great ancient spines of stone, and the deepest canyon in America. Idaho's past is as rich as its volcanic soil and this tour over the Gem State reveals unique visual treasures. From Hemingway's haven to Hell's Canyon, and from the world's first atomic city to the birth of the potato boom, discover the beauty and history of Idaho.
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