Called ‘a little slice of heaven’, the resort town of Coeur d’Alene is a fascination for travelers for two reasons. The first is its beauty, being a stunningly constructed area next to a large lake. And the second? The resort is almost exclusively run by a Pokemon staff. They’ve been ranked as some of the best-behaved staff in the nation and earn far higher than the national minimum wage. This has attracted a slew of new tourists and residents alike.
Located in southwestern Idaho, Boise is not only the capital city, but also the home to the Pacific League's forth gym. The Idaho gym floats on the Boise River itself, which trainers can access through use of a narrow gangway. In downtown Boise you can find a plethora of small businesses run not only by people, but establishments run exclusively by pokemon. It is also the home of Idaho's famous Potato Drop. South of the downtown area is Boise State University which hosts its own community of businesses and residential areas.
This wide canyon along the border of Oregon and Washington was carved by the Snake River. Most of the area is inaccessible by road, so those that wish to Pokewatch the local wildlife need to be prepared to hike through the dense undergrowth.
A fascination to scientists for some time, the Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve hosts three major lava fields and some of the best examples of rift cracks in the world. The odd Pokemon that make up the local population have only made the area more interesting.
Sometimes called the Niagara of the West, the Shoshone Falls is a glorious waterfall on the Snake River. Its speculated that the falls have existed since the end of the last ice age, furthering its mythic appearance. The Pokemon in the waters and surrounding are just as grand.