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OUTDOOR TRAVEL — Two hostels have opened in Idaho this season, including one in the Silver Valley that's convenient to the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes. Hostels are ideal for bicycle tourists.
Closed for years, Kellogg's historic McKinley Inn is back open, resurrected as a hostel. Guests can find a bed for as little as $25 a night. The building has been spruced up to offer hostel-style bunk beds in shared rooms and private rooms, turning the historic landmark, complete with some original 1920s-era mementos, into a thrifty place to spend the night.
In the heart of downtown Boise, Idahostel is centrally located near many fun and interesting sites and activities in the city. It is a clean, safe, and quiet facility within walking distance of restaurants, shops, attractions and services in downtown.