CHALLIS — The Lombard Trail, a trail dedicated to Idaho Parks & Recreation board member Ernest Lombard, is an ATV trail that connects the Land of the Yankee Fork State Park headquarters in Challis to the mining ghost town of Bayhorse.

CHALLIS — The Lombard Trail, a trail dedicated to Idaho Parks & Recreation board member Ernest Lombard, is an ATV trail that connects the Land of the Yankee Fork State Park headquarters in Challis to the mining ghost town of Bayhorse.

30 Awesome Things To Do In Boise

30 Awesome Things To Do In Boise

Boise, Idaho is known for more than just its potatoes. Here are 30 reasons that will encourage you to get packing and make Boise your new home.

Wells Fargo Building in Bayhorse, Idaho-Ghost Town--Legends of America

Wells Fargo Building in Bayhorse, Idaho-Ghost Town--Legends of America

Located in scenic central Idaho, the town of Custer started out in 1879 as the little sister to bigger Bonanza City (also a ghost town), two miles north. Where gold glimmered yesterday, it often means intriguing gold rush ghost towns are found today. Custer is a prime example. Read more about the gold mining ghost town of Custer, Idaho at http://www.goldrushtradingpost.com/custer__idaho

Located in scenic central Idaho, the town of Custer started out in 1879 as the little sister to bigger Bonanza City (also a ghost town), two miles north. Where gold glimmered yesterday, it often means intriguing gold rush ghost towns are found today. Custer is a prime example. Read more about the gold mining ghost town of Custer, Idaho at http://www.goldrushtradingpost.com/custer__idaho

Burgdorf - Burgdorf was not a mining camp. Rather, it was a “Resort” where people came to enjoy the benefits of its natural hot springs. Fritz and Jeanette Burgdorf were a hospitable and it was Fritz who first saw the advantages of the springs. He secured a deed to the property in 1870, built a hotel and way station. The hotel served as a social gathering place for parties and celebrations during the holidays.

Burgdorf - Burgdorf was not a mining camp. Rather, it was a “Resort” where people came to enjoy the benefits of its natural hot springs. Fritz and Jeanette Burgdorf were a hospitable and it was Fritz who first saw the advantages of the springs. He secured a deed to the property in 1870, built a hotel and way station. The hotel served as a social gathering place for parties and celebrations during the holidays.

Muir Woods, Mill Valley, CA - also very Spooky. By Darvin Atkeson @ Darvin Atkeson.com Repinned via William Jennings

Muir Woods, Mill Valley, CA - also very Spooky. By Darvin Atkeson @ Darvin Atkeson.com Repinned via William Jennings

Abandoned Idaho: 10 Historic Locations in the Gem State

Abandoned Idaho: 10 Historic Places in the Gem State - Urban Ghosts

Abandoned Idaho: 10 Historic Locations in the Gem State

Beavercreek ATV trail, Idaho Utah border, North of Honeyville

Beavercreek ATV trail, Idaho Utah border, North of Honeyville

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