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Peace Valley, East Rim, Idaho, USA
Idaho

Peace Valley is a beautiful wooded canyon in west-central Idaho, USA.  This image was taken mid-canyon, east rim on a small rock outcropping.  The area is very popular for camping, hiking and ATV riding.  The valley hosts a commercial hot springs named Silver Creek Plunge which is always a delightful place to visit and swim/soak in the natural hot water.  There are many free and open camp sites thoughtout the valley as well as first-class Forest Service and private camp sites for a small fee.  Crystal-clear Silver and Peace Creeks run through the valley year-round.

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