As you now know, there is little available in the farming areas (other than walks along the irrigation Canals) Drop by the Forest service offices for trail maps... The Tetons (From the Idaho Side out of Driggs) provide spectacular trails... enjoy...carracar
and or ...come to the sun valley area. many trails there. more than you can imagine.
You may also want to consider the Mackay and Copper Basin area. There are many, many hiking opportunities, camping and mountain biking as well as amazing alpine lakes and fly fishing. You could also check out the Wildhorse Falls area which is between Mackay and Sun Valley off Trail Creek Road. Beautiful scenery and a short drive over the pass to Ketchum for great dining options. Mackay is only about 90 miles from Idaho Falls and home to the Lost River Mountain Range which boasts six of Idaho's highest peaks including Mt Borah, the state's highest. Just south of Mackay is a nice hike to Lower Cedar Creek Falls - a place where water literally comes rushing out of the mountain side - it is awesome to see and a doable hike for a 10 year old. A trip to Pass Creek will bring you to some hot springs which are home to tropical fish. I could go on and on. SE Idaho is full of great outdoor options for you.
Just returned from Ketchum and the rails to trails bike path there is very nice. You can also take the lift up the mountain and bike down. Hoping to do that soon.
we just came back from the national mountain bike race at the mountain...fun in the sun, and some great riding , to boot!!!
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