Experience Idaho’s Culinary Trails

Discover the unique terrior of Idaho as you travel along our artisan beverage and culinary trails.

Food | Art | Heritage Trails

Two Degrees Northwest Artisan Trail Guide

Plan your best day ever!

The Artisan Trail Guide is designed to enhance and support regional job creation and economic development related to the arts, locally grown and prepared foods, heritage, contemporary craft and other micro-enterprises in an eleven-county area of north-central Idaho and southeastern Washington — between 45º & 47º latitudes.

Check out the map online or download a printed map.

Garden City Artisans Pathway Map

The Garden City artisan community — artists, craft breweries, cideries, and wineries — has grown exponentially.  Since many visitors (and residents) use the greenbelt as their transportation corridor, this wayfinding program helps them “find their way” to these artisans and surrounding businesses. 

Create | Eat | Play

Panhandle Farm Cooridor

The Panhandle Farm Corridor is a collective of small farms offering agricultural products grown and raised in North Idaho. 

Every Saturday from 9-noon, May 30 – Sept 26, 2020 the Panhandle farms will be open for you to visit and purchase local farm-fresh food and products produced right in your backyard!

Ale Trails

Idaho Brewer’s Trail

Quench your thirst with an Idaho brew. Idaho breweries crisscross the state offering up a variety of hand-crafted beers and ciders just waiting to satisfy your tastebuds. Download the map and your off on a liquid arts tour!

Take a tour of a brewing facility, spend some time in a local tasting room to find your favorite, or pull up a chair to devour some delicious pub food paired with a local beer or cider.

Inland Northwest Ale Trail

The Inland Northwest is home to more thaforty six breweries. 

Each brewery crafts their beers from simple ingredients, each with their own special style and character.  

It’s time to map out your road trip!

Wine Trails

Sunnyslope Wine Trail

Wine lovers take note, the Sunnyslope Wine Trail in Caldwell, Idaho is the next must-sip wine destination you need to visit. 

Nestled in the scenic Snake River Valley AVA, the Sunnyslope Wine Trail boasts 15 wineries and vineyards, award-winning wines, and intimate tasting and dining experiences, all framed by panoramic views.

Come for the wine… stay for so much more! 

Do you know of another Idaho culinary trail? Fill out this Contact Form with more information so we can review it and add it to our list!

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