Trying local beers is a great way to explore a new vacation destination. Many brewers only sell their beers within their home state or region, and some even use area-specific hops and malt that give them distinctive flavors. So, if you don’t try local pints while you’re there, you might not get another chance until you revisit the area.
As fall begins, one of the best things to do in Cascade Idaho is to go hiking. The leaves are just starting to turn, and the abundance of color enhances the beauty of nature. Luckily, some of the best hot springs and Idaho hiking trails are located nearby to The Ashley Inn, so you don’t have to go too far to experience the crisp fall air while keeping warm during your trip to Cascade Idaho.
Southern Idaho tourism booms during autumn’s peak as “leaf-peepers” flock to our quiet lake towns and mountain villages in search of the most vibrant leaves in the Pacific Northwest. If you’re planning to visit Idaho this fall, please don’t forget about our gorgeous lakefront town.