Idaho is known for it's casual, outdoorsy lifestyle. It draws retirees in with it's laid-back settings and natural beauty. There's skiing and hiking in Sun Valley, fly fishing and trout fishing, and tons of white water rafting in the state's numerous rivers. Idaho offers easy access to Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park for hiking and sight seeing.
Idaho also features plenty of cultural attractions and entertainment. The state capital, Boise, has orchestra, ballet and opera, in addition to numerous art museums and street art.
Though the state has a colder climate than most, it is nice to enjoy the piles of snow in the wintery months with a cup of hot cocoa.
For the outdoorsy retiree, Idaho is not one to overlook.