The Southern Idaho region boasts a beautiful four-season climate! Summer months average 88° F with lows around 50° F, while winter months range from 37° F in the day to 21° F at night. The area receives about 11 in. of snow and 9 in. of rain annually with dry and clear air. In the most unique area of Idaho, our region was formed by fire, wind, and water. Thanks to the Bonneville Flood 15,000 years ago, the region enjoys the amazing Snake River Canyon cutting into hundreds of feet of volcanic rock! The mighty Snake River and its magnificent canyon etches the boundaries of Southern Idaho communities where many attractions, including 212-ft. Shoshone Falls, can be seen!
Many Southern Idaho cities are in an area known as the "Magic Valley" after canals carried water from the Snake River to the desert soil to create productive farmland. Southern Idaho cities have long been agricultural centers with vast number of employers involved in food production, food processing, food science, and support-related services. The magnificent Snake River Canyon cuts into hundreds of feet of volcanic rock as a result of the ancient Bonneville Flood that occurred over 15,000 years ago!
Everything you crave can be found in Southern Idaho! The region offers resources for all businesses alike including workforce training and education while also offering a five star lifestyle complete with a wide range of outdoor activities and scenery of the area.