(Idaho vs Utah) Which State Has the Coolest Underrated City?
There are so many incredible places to visit in both Idaho and Utah, but which cities are the most “underrated," and still totally worth visiting?
There’s a recent article from Road & Track that says, “While there are always the usual suspects when it comes to planning the destinations of your trip, this year, we’d encourage you to go a bit beyond the beaten path, and perhaps explore some states and towns that you might otherwise fly—or drive—right over.”
They created a list of the most underrated cities in America that you should add to your “must-visit” list.
What Idaho city made the list?
Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
Here’s what Road & Track had to say about Coeur d’Alene...
“Not only is the name of this Idaho city beautiful, so too are the lake vistas. Known best for the plethora of water sports to be enjoyed on the lake from which the city derives its name, this city also has a large resort with the state’s best-rated golf course. There’s also the Canfield Mountain Natural Area to be explored, and a national forest to boot.”
What Utah city made the list?
Park City, Utah
Here’s what Road & Track had to say about Park City...
“During the winter, skiers, and snow lovers flock to Park City for its famous slopes. But it’s not just the winter that should draw visitors to this beautiful city. With a bustling Main Street that has an anti-chain-store rule that results in a wide range of awesome, local, boutique restaurants, stores, and the like, Park City is the place to spend any season.”
Which one would you rather go to?
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