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Idaho is a landlocked state located in the north west of the United States and is bordered to the north by the Canadian province of British Columbia. It is also bordered by 6 US states, those of Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming. The state capital and largest populated city is Boise.

The climate of Idaho is very much influenced by the Pacific Ocean with the north, receiving a lot more rain than the southern part of the state, which is far warmer. The average temperatures for Boise in January are 21f/ -6c and for July 90f/ 32c. Rainfall is in the 40-50 inch range per annum and wait for it, it has been recorded that 500+ inches of snow have fallen in the north of Idaho,

Scuba diving in Idaho is mainly done in lakes and reservoirs. Just 20 minutes from Boise there is the Lucky Peak Reservoir in the Boise Valley, which provides diving opportunities. Dierkes Lake is also popular as the water is warm due to underground springs with 20 foot visibility.

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