Moscow, Idaho is –
Idaho’s “Heart of the Arts” earned it’s nickname from the plethora of functions and facilities dedicated to artistic endeavors. This successful, somewhat “Bohemian” community of 20,000 enjoys an excellent combination of contemporary small town life, social and ethnic diversity, a sophisticated culture and breathtakingly beautiful surroundings complimented by a moderate, four-season climate. Home to the University of Idaho, Moscow is located in north-central Idaho’s panhandle cradled between Moscow Mountain and the rolling hills of the Palouse.
When visitors ask what there is to do in Moscow, those who know the area have trouble deciding where to begin. A recreational wonderland extends in all directions! The Palouse region is full of trout streams, gem-like lakes, beautiful rolling hills and majestic mountains. The St. Joe, Coeur d’Alene, Clearwater and Nez Perce National Forests surround Moscow on three sides, offering an abundance of hiking and camping opportunities in May through October, while excellent cross-country skiing and a variety of snow sports make winter here just as appealing. The unmatched beauty of these natural areas attract visitors from all over the nation.
We invite you to explore the beauty of the Palouse region and experience it’s rich heritage. Fish our waters, travel our backcountry, run through wide open spaces with your arms outstretched…and if Tri-State Outfitters can help make your experience the best it can be…we’re more than happy to do it.