Did you know that Idaho is home to one of the few year-round outdoor ice rinks in the country? That’s right. It’s the Sun Valley Outdoor Ice Rink. But that’s not the only ice rink in Idaho — there are 13 other ice rinks and ice-skating adventures in Idaho that are totally worth checking out.

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The awesome thing about this list is that it’s for anyone at any skill-level. Are you an expert? You’re going to love checking out these rinks. Are you a beginner? Out of shape? I can totally relate. These Idaho rinks are still really fun to check out — and it makes for perfect day or weekend adventures for the family.

Visit Idaho said, “Lace up your skates and glide onto Idaho’s ice rinks. Get up close and personal with nature on a rink in Stanley surrounded by mountains. In Sun Valley, ice skate year-round with the whole family or work your way across the ice while enjoying views of Payette Lake in McCall. No matter your skill level, there’s plenty of Idaho ice to enjoy.”

There are some awesome facts about these Idaho ice-skating rinks, too. For example, the Caldwell skating rink (Indian Creek Plaza) can sometimes take more than 3 weeks to construct, and the LC Ice Arena in Lewiston is home to LATE NIGHT ice-skating on Fridays and Saturdays during the entire winter season.

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13 Amazing Ice-Skating Adventures in Idaho Worth Trying

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