Darby Wind Caves

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Description: This is hands down one of my favorite hikes/caves that I’ve ever done. The hike to the cave is a about 5.2 miles round trip. The first time I did this hike, we greatly underestimated the distance and amount of … Continued

Float the Warm Slough

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People wait all year long for the weather to warm up enough to be able to float down the river. The Warm Slough is one of the best places to do that, as the water isn’t freezing, and it’s a … Continued

R Mountain

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Description: Even if you feel like Rexburg has absolutely nothing to do, you’ve at least heard of “R” Mountain. Menan Butte, commonly known as R Mountain among students and locals, can just a few miles west of town and is … Continued

Blacktail Park

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So, to be completely honest, I was a little disappointed with Ririe Reservoir when we went. It was fun, and it was a good place to cool off, but there weren’t any sandy beaches or really anything to “do” there, … Continued

Demolition Derby

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One of the main attractions during the Spring semesters are the demolition derbies. The hard part about that is that they aren’t very well advertised, as far as the dates go. You kind of just have to keep an eye … Continued

Sawtell Peak

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This was kind of a difficult activity to categorize, because I suppose it could be a hike if you wish, although it’s more of just a “drive-and-see” kind of a thing. We drove up into Island Park this weekend to … Continued

Yellowstone National Park – In one day

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I’d be lying if I said that I wasn’t a little bit embarrassed living so close to Yellowstone for so long, and having not made the trip sooner. I’ve lived in Idaho for almost three years, and only recently made the effort … Continued

Museum of Rexburg: Home of the Teton Flood Exhibit

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The Museum of Rexburg opened in 1981 in the basement of the Rexburg Tabernacle. The main exhibit was the pictures and artifacts of the Teton Flood but it also includes items of historical interest to Rexburg and the Upper Snake River … Continued

Green Belt Idaho Falls

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Description: The scenic Idaho Falls greenbelt, found in downtown Idaho Falls, is a great place to spend your afternoons. Enjoy the weather, feeding the ducks or getting some exercise on the 3 mile pathway around the breathtaking Snake River. Pack … Continued

Ririe Reservoir

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With the sun really starting to heat up here in Rexburg (and by “really heat up,” I mean 70 degrees), we decided to spend the first REAL weekend here up at Ririe Reservoir. I had never been before, but it’s … Continued

Tautphaus Zoo

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Right off the bat, I’m just going to say that if you’re expecting something like the San Diego Zoo, you’re going to be wildly disappointed. However, the Tautphaus Park Zoo in Idaho Falls was SO much fun. We went on … Continued

17 Mile Cave

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Description: Seventeen Mile Cave is a lava tube located just that (17 miles), west of Idaho Falls. The cave itself is not seventeen miles long (thank goodness!). It’s probably more like 1/4 mile or 1/6 of a mile long. When … Continued

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