You've heard of the 7 natural wonders of the world? How about the 7 natural wonders of Idaho?

The following are the 7 natural wonders of the World, not to be confused with the ancient wonders of the world or the updated modern wonders of the world that were chosen back in 2007 by online voting.

Grand Canyon
The Great Barrier Reef
The Harbor at Rio de Janeiro
Mt. Everest
Northern Lights
Paricutin Volcano
Victoria Falls

I've never seen or visited any of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World, but I have seen some of Idaho's 7 Natural Wonders.

Thanks to living in Idaho so can you...as long as you know what to look for and Only in your state has made it easy.

I've been to a few of these natural Idaho wonders, like Lake Pend Oreille.  Lake Pend Oreille is the largest lake in Idaho and at over 1,100 feet deep in some parts and it's also the 5th deepest lake in the United States.

I've also been to Craters of the Moon. Craters of the Moon stretches over 600 square miles and is,still active today deep below the surface. Eruptions typically occur every 2,000 years, and Craters of the Moon hasn't seen an eruption in well over that length of time...which pretty much means it could happen any day now, so you might want to check your daily volcano report before you go.  OK maybe not any day, but possibly in the very near future.

How many of Idaho's 7 wonders have you visited?  What other areas or features should be added to the Idaho Wonders list?  I personally think Shoshone Falls should be on the list and definitely Hell's Canyon should be near the top, but that's just me...what about you?

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