East Idaho Outdoors

Watch Yourself

Yellowstone isn’t a zoo, so watch yourself. Here’s what NOT to do when you visit the nation’s first national park, a park more than 4 million people visit annually.

Only in a Place Like Idaho

Living anywhere in Idaho one can frequently experience surprising and delightful encounters with wildlife.

Wildlife Drives App

What makes a trip to Yellowstone or Grand Teton National Park memorable? The answer is simple—the sights you see and the memories you create.

Get Involved!

There are so many ways to get involved in environmental and conservation efforts. You can start by joining one of these local groups.

Camping-Out

Take a weekend off or plan your summer early with these scenic camping locations throughout Eastern Idaho.

Idaho Falls Earth Day Celebration

The Idaho Falls Earth Day Celebration will continue to bring people together from our local community again this year as a virtual event.

Drop In

If you’ve never been, go. If you’ve already been, go again. Darby Canyon, just outside of Driggs, offers hikers a double whammy at the end.

Sound Waves

Road trips are all about the sights—what you see at lookouts, in the woods and on the river.

Dead Drift

Lytle Denny walks with sincere purpose, shaded from the high-elevation sun.

Yellowstone’s Back Door

More than 4 million people visit Yellowstone National Park annually. They arrive by the busload and enter through one of five entrances set up in Wyoming and Montana.

Gear N Garb

There’s a little bit of everything for everyone in this year’s gear roundup. Dig around in this grab bag of garb.

Take the Tenk

Fly rods have three parts: rod, line, reel. Tenkara rods have two parts: rod and line. No reel.

2021 Middle Ground

Can you name this place? Compete for your chance to win East Idaho Outdoor prizes,

Looking Ahead: April 2021 Sneak Peek

Wondering what’s coming next month? The theme of Idaho Falls Magazine’s April issue is East Idaho Outdoors!

More Shared Use Pathways Coming Soon to Idaho Falls!

The City of Idaho Falls is pleased to announce that phases 1 and 2 of the Idaho Canal Trail project will begin this spring.

Road Trip of the Month: Scouting Historical Markers

Have you noticed the simple brown signs off our state's highways with yellow writing and a greenish silhouette of Idaho?

Playing in the Park

Idaho Falls offers over a dozen parks and outdoor facilities for you to use whenever you want some sunshine and exercise.

Wild Swan Chase

When he went to work early the morning of Nov. 11, little did KC Crump realize that in a matter of hours he would be working up a sweat chasing a wild, potentially injured tundra swan through the sagebrush.

Waterfalls of Southern Idaho

One of the best things about Southern Idaho is the abundant amounts of nature that surrounds the area.