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Bannock County was established in 1893 and was named after the Native American tribe. The county seat is Pocatello. Winter Snow brings ski enthusiasts out of the woodwork in the Pocatello area. There are five groomed Cross Country Ski Trails and Pebble Creek Ski Area just minutes away. Bannock County grooms over 250 miles of snowmobile trails in Bannock, Power and Caribou counties. The two main areas are Scout Mountain-Mink Creek area and the Inman-Pebble-Toponce area.
Ross Park in Pocatello, is home to the Pocatello Zoo, dedicated to the preservation and understanding of native North American animals. The animals are displayed throughout 18 acres of natural one-of-a-kind landscapes.
From specialty shops to fine international cuisine, Old Town Pocatello is a magnet for people looking for a unique, historic experience. The Historic Walking Tour features buildings listed on the National Historic Registry with the dates like 1892 and 1903, whose architecture is as beautiful today as when first built.
The Portneuf Greenway has nature filled trails at either end of the community and islands of green for ordinary pedestrians in the Historic Old Town area. It includes 13+ miles of walking and biking paths along the river in town.
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If you are visiting Idaho for the first time it can take years to explore this mountainous state. We recommend three areas you might find interesting:
Bear Lake County which contains Bear Lake, a large scenic lake often called "Caribbean of the Rockies" for its intense turquoise blue water;
Lemhi County family oriented adventures, from fishing, hiking, backpacking, horseback riding, camping, to white water rafting, and kayaking;
Adams County with gateways to the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness and, to the west is the Hell's Canyon National Recreation Area, the deepest river gorge in North America.
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