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Idaho Geography Statistics of

  • Land Area:
    (land) 82,747 sq miles
    (water) 823 sq miles
    (TOTAL) 83,570 sq miles
  • Land Area: (all states)
  • Horizontal Width: 307 miles
  • Vertical Length: 484 miles

    Note: Maximum lengths and widths are point-to-point, straight-line measurements from a Mercator map projection, and will vary some using other map projections
  • Bordering States: (6) Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, Oregon and Washington
  • Counties: (44) Map
  • County (largest by population) Ada, 300,904
  • Geographic Center: approximately 11 miles to the south of Challis, in Custer County
  • Highest Point: Borah Peak, 12,663 ft.
  • Lowest Point: Snake River, near Lewiston (710 ft.)
  • Latitude and Longitude
  • Mean Elevation: (average) 4.994 ft.
  • Relative Location

See Also

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Idaho Cities, Counties & Area Codes

City County Area Code
Boise Ada 208
Council Adams 208
Pocatello Bannock 208
Montpelier Bear Lake 208
Saint Maries Benewah 208
Blackfoot Bingham 208
Hailey Blaine 208
Garden Valley Boise 208
Sandpoint Bonner 208
Idaho Falls Bonneville 208
Bonners Ferry Boundary 208
Arco Butte 208
Fairfield Camas 208
Nampa Canyon 208
Soda Springs Caribou 208
Burley Cassia 208
Dubois Clark 208
Orofino Clearwater 208
Challis Custer 208
Mountain Home Elmore 208
Preston Franklin 208
Saint Anthony Fremont 208
Emmett Gem 208
Gooding Gooding 208
Grangeville Idaho 208
Rigby Jefferson 208
Jerome Jerome 208
Coeur d Alene Kootenai 208
Moscow Latah 208
Salmon Lemhi 208
Kamiah Lewis 208
Shoshone Lincoln 208
Rexburg Madison 208
Rupert Minidoka 208
Lewiston Nez Perce 208
Malad City Oneida 208
Homedale Owyhee 208
Payette Payette 208
American Falls Power 208
Kellogg Shoshone 208
Victor Teton 208
Twin Falls Twin Falls 208
McCall Valley 208
Weiser Washington 208

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