How to Get to Idaho

With the many the many transportation options to choose from including air, ground and train service the possiblities are endless.  Just pick a path and go for it!

Air

It’s a quick trip from Spokane to Silver Mountain Resort.  And a hop-skip-and-a-jump from Boise to Brundage.  With Spokane International Airport and Boise Airport perfectly positioned in the midst of 18 world-class ski resorts, you’ll spend less time in the terminal and more time on the trail when you choose to ski in Idaho. And with non-stop flights available from Seattle, Portland, Oakland, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Chicago, Phoenix, Denver, and Minneapolis, getting here is a breeze.  It’s that easy.  It’s that simple.


Drive

There are two major interstate highways that run through Idaho:  I-84 in the south and I-90 in the north, along with multiple state highways that will get you to the ski areas around the state.
Idaho Transportation Department Map


511 Service

Idaho has a service available for travelers. 511 Service offers information on road conditions, road construction updates and weather. As you are traveling to or through Idaho, you can dial 511 and be connected with this service or online at www.511.idaho.gov.


Bus


Train

Serves North Idaho to points west through Washington and points East through Montana.
Click here to book your train ticket today! 

Sandpoint, ID (SPT)
450 Railroad Avenue
Former Northern Pacific Station
Sandpoint, ID 83864


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