Tourists visiting Kellogg can look forward to many attractions. Kellogg is home to the World’s Longest Gondola, Idaho’s oldest standing building, and the Staff House Museum.
In Kellogg, winter means downhill skiing, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. Silver Mountain boasts some of the West’s premier terrain along with a family tubing park featuring 2,200 vertical feet of skiing across some 1,500 acres of terrain.
The City of Kellogg and local volunteers feature The Christmas Lighting Festival with caroling, old fashioned sleigh rides, a parade, a wide variety of crafts and foods and a spectacular fireworks show.
The Trail of the Coeur d’ Alenes has become a destination for visitors from around the U.S. and Canada. The 73 miles of paved path travels through the Silver Valley giving riders and walkers a view of the area scenery and wildlife unavailable from I-90. The Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes remains groomed for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing all winter long.
For the more adventuresome, hiking trails and a vast network of mountain bike trails criss-crossing the area’s breathtaking peaks and valleys. During the summer season, (May through September) tourists can journey through one of the many distinct museums that the area offers.
The Staff House Museum is the Shoshone County Mining and Smelting Museum offering tours, history and mineral exhibits.
Shoshone County, also has a variety of adventures such as camping, hunting, fishing, floating the river on a beautiful summer day and berries of all types in the fall.