Road Trip Planning 2010 – Idaho

Gretchen Neuman
VinoVerve Editor

Even though I am actually on my trip, I am still planning. After all, I still need to get through Idaho.

Now, for the purposes of my trip, my quest through Idaho will be quite short as I will be scooting across the panhandle on my way into Washington. There are two wineries in the area that I will hopefully be able to stop at:

Pend d’Oreille Winery
Coeur dAlene Cellars

As far as other things to do, well there are beautiful lakes in Coeur D’Alene and Pend D’Oreille. Also there is a gold mine museum in Kellogg. Ultimately, most of the things to do and see in Idaho are further south. Even the Snake River Canyon that was jumped by Evel Knievel in my youth (pronouned yoot) is further south. Sigh. Next time!

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  2. Amy says:

    True enough about our beautiful North Idaho lakes, but I must differ with your comment that most of the things to see and do in Idaho are further south. North Idaho is a treasure and, no offense to our friends to the south, much prettier! As a CA transplant via a 6 year detour in Seattle, my husband and I discover new things to do and see every day it seems. I’m glad you’re making it to Sandpoint. For some things to do and great eats check out the June issue of Country Living magazine for a great write up on the area. I live closer to Coeur d’Alene which is another amazing place. Make sure you get to the downtown area and if you want to try one of the best burgers ever, hit Hudsons. Have a fun trip!

    • admin says:

      @Amy, Amy, I have to admit after driving through Northern Idaho, I stand corrected! Not only is it beautiful, but I found all sorts of sights along the way which I will be posting in the coming days. I wish I had found listings while I was planning the trip, but I was really excited to find them! Thanks for you comments.