Winter does not mean you have to hole up and hibernate. In fact, it’s exactly the opposite: especially in Idaho, there are several winter sports you don’t want to miss out on! Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a complete beginner, Cascade, Idaho, is the place to be this season. The landscape here is not only gorgeous but perfect for any winter sport that you can think of.
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.
Occasional rainstorms are an inevitable, albeit infrequent, part of living in the Pacific Northwest. Although it rarely rains in Cascade, Idaho, especially during July and August, it’s a good idea to have a small list of potential rainy day activities in case a storm rolls through and literally rains on your parade.
Summer’s arrival effectively allures hundreds of couples into the Mountain West’s lush forestry for adventure-based romantic getaways in Idaho. Along the southeastern shores of Lake Cascade rests a charming community with spectacular views of the Payette National Forest: Cascade, Idaho.
We’re rapidly approaching the much-anticipated summertime lake season here in Cascade Idaho, one of the best-kept secrets in the Mountain West. The Ashley Inn’s elegant Cascade Idaho lodging is less than a mile from seemingly neverending water activities.
The Ashley Inn provides guests with charming, comfortable suites only 24 miles south of Jug Mountain Ranch. There’s no better way to cap off a full day of exhilarating Idaho mountain biking than with a soothing Jacuzzi bath, homemade cookies, and fireside stories at our elegant Cascade hotel.
The Ashley Inn has toasty fireplaces, free parking, hot breakfast, and ample space for large groups. Your Idaho snowmobiling adventures don’t have to end at a one-star motel. Here are some of the reasons snowmobilers choose The Ashley Inn for their winter offroading headquarters.
The Ashley Inn is less than 35 minutes away from three incredible hot springs. For those unfamiliar with a hot spring, it is a naturally warm spring created by geothermally-heated groundwater that has risen from the Earth’s crust. There are many natural hot springs in Idaho, and we’re lucky enough to be a short drive from three of the very best.
Our particular region is a natural playground for thrillseekers, outdoor enthusiasts, and prospective relaxation specialists. Planning a getaway to our elegant inn and our active town may be challenging with dozens of things to do in Cascade Idaho. Thankfully, we’re here to simplify your upcoming excursion to The Ashley Inn.