Lewiston Vacation Packages & Travel Deals
Few events in the history of human civilization are as profound as gold rushes. New settlements are formed and more than gold, only the crests and troughs of human nature seem evident as long as long as the heat is full on. One such consequence to the mad rush for the coveted yellow metal in America culminated in the founding of a city called Lewiston in Idaho (the US) in 1861 AD. Fast forward to 2016, and you’ll find Lewiston as a prominent centre for ammunition manufacturing and a prominent tourist destination. As an unassuming visitor, you wouldn’t find anything amiss as far as tourist attractions are concerned. The city has beautifully used its one hundred fifty years old history and contrasting natural landscape of rivers and canyons to put forward a range of architectural and cultural attractions that would wow you in next to no time.
Places of Interest in Lewiston
Hells Canyon is a 10-mile wide canyon located along the border of eastern Oregon, eastern Washington and western Idaho in the United States. Visitors with an excess of adrenaline rush would find this place worth a special mention because of its excellent fishing, jet boat tours, hunting, hiking, camping and whitewater sports features in the Snake River. This river also sustains a rich and diversified aquatic and wildlife. Since the climate here ranges between 5 and 32 degree Celsius all the year round, Hells Canyon welcomes you to come here whenever you feel like.
Hells Canyon Recreational Area
Hells Canyon National Recreation Area is a United States National Recreation Area located on the borders of the U.S. states of Oregon and Idaho. It has the reputation of being one of the best places on earth for those pursuing hiking, camping, rafting and/or boating. Hells Canyon is North America's deepest river gorge and has a dramatic landscape in terms of attitude, terrains, and vegetation. To a hiker, this usually translates into a poem in some obscure language and he can derive any good meaning from it.
Hells Gate State Park
Hells Gate State Park is a lush green state park in Idaho, USA. It is situated at the entrance of Hells Canyon which was carved by Snake River and is known to be the deepest canyon in North America. This is an amazing place for hiking, fishing and horseback riding, even in winters. A jet boat trip into the canyon with a camera would come highly recommended here.